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High in the halls of the kings who are gone
Jenny would dance with her ghosts
The ones she had lost
and the ones she had found
And the ones who had loved her the most
The ones who'd been gone for so very long
She couldn't remember their names
They spun her around on the damp old stones
Spun away all her sorrow and pain
And she never wanted to leave
Never wanted to leave
“I got married when I was 17, to someone who was 24. My husband & I didn’t get along from day one — So I knew I had to look after myself.
I started a small business & earned enough. My husband was an auto driver, but he wouldn’t earn. He’d just extort money, bring men home & drank till late at night. And he’d threaten to kill me if I came in his way. Once when we were arguing, he slashed my face with a knife. I was in a horrible state. But my mom didn’t let me come home, because my sisters wouldn’t be able to marry otherwise.
A few months later, I gave birth to a baby girl. Once, when the baby was crying, he got so annoyed — he put her in a garbage bag & was going to throw her away. He stopped when I said I’ll call the cops.
After my second daughter was born, he became worse. One night, he told me, ‘You have so much attitude because you earn, one day I’ll make sure you’re in a state where you’re ashamed to step out’. I went to my mom, asking her to save me. But she told me to go back home.
So with nowhere to go — I went back to him. That night, while I was sleeping, he threw acid on my face. I woke up feeling like I was on fire, my skin was melting. The neighbours took me to the hospital. But the damage was done.
I spent 4 months in the hospital, nobody from my family helped me. But that’s when Acid Survivors Saahas Foundation found me & funded my treatment.
I filed a complaint & my husband went to jail, but each day I’d feel like killing myself. My daughters didn’t want to come to me, people refused to talk to me or even give me a place to stay -- only because of how I looked. When I was discharged from the hospital, the NGO helped put my kids in a boarding school— because I couldn’t afford to keep them.
My husband & my family both did what they wanted to do - ruin my life & have nothing to do with me. But one thing they haven’t been able to do, is break my morale. I can’t step out without wearing a scarf, I’m not getting a job or a place to stay, I’m fighting this battle alone. But this isn’t the end. I always wanted to make it big & I’m still going to do that—only now, I’ll always have my scars reminding me… not to give up."
“Champ came into my life 2 years back, when I saw a facebook post about him being put up for adoption. He was 2 years old, and the family couldn't take care of him anymore. I always had dogs in my family, so something just made me go and meet him. And when I did, I knew that all he needed was some extra love, and attention. He was so anxious and aggressive -- I knew that was his defence mechanism. So without thinking twice, I got him home.
I made sure to make him feel safe and secure -- like he had nothing to be afraid of. And within 2 months, he became such a friendly, happy and kind dog!
He became so attached to me, even my husband couldn’t kiss me without his consent! He’d love going on rickshaw rides, he became friends with all the auto drivers in our vicinity!
Around that time, we adopted another dog -- Mia. In no time, Mia and Champ became the best of friends! Once, I’d gone out and left both of them alone at home. I’d kept all the food out of Champ’s reach, because he’d always eat more in my absence. But when I came home, I saw Champ rolling in food...turns out he made Mia jump and get the food for him!
But just a few months after getting him home, within the span of 3 days, he got 21 seizures -- he had canine epilepsy. It was terrifying for us. His treats were replaced with medicines, his rickshaw rides were replaced with vet visits. The doctors told us that there’s a possibility he may not live that long...but we didn’t give up.
We followed up on all his treatments, changed his diet, did everything in our power. And even Champ didn’t give in... within a few months, he got better!
He’s a ‘champ’ in every way… he’s been through so much but he never fails to make us, or anybody else he meets happy! We don’t know for sure, whether Champ will be okay -- but we want to make sure he lives his best life, at least till the time he’s with us.”