By Maria Mak - Sut... on February 23, 2013 - 11:39am
Either the Boo Who or the Boo Fool… by Maria Mak.Burnaby Realtor
between the boo sage and the boo fool,
who are we to draw the line?
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either the boo who or the boo fool??
swallow them all and take no sides…
i beg your pardon!!
World Poetry Presents Wanda John-Kehewin, First Nations, Canada.
Posted on February 5, 2013 by Ariadne
We are so proud to announce The World Poetry Empowered Poet Award to Wanda John-Kehewin and celebrate the launch of her new book “In The Dog House” on April 2o , 1:30 pm at the The World Poetry Canada International Peace Festival in 2013 at the magnificent Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia! Come out to support this inspiring poet! She will also be on the World Poetry February 6th 9-10 pm on CFRO 100.5 fm I will post the link after the show.
BIO of Wanda John-Kehewin
"Same old, same old...
be my high ...
may as well be my shine...
may all be blessed with
tons of happiness in my merry go round...
no more sadness,
may as well no more darkness,
same old wishes , same old me,
same old, same old!!"
Drawings and written by Maria Mak. Burnaby Realtor
Drop by my open house this Sat/Sun Feb 9th/10th 2-4 PM, or visit my website http://www.mariamak.com for details or Contact Maria Mak @ 604.839.6368 to arrange viewings.
Happy Chinese New Year! Wishing all my clients and friends good health and good fortune in 2013.
Price has just been reduced to $259,000, please drop by my open house this Sat/Sun Feb2nd/3rd 2-4PM
We are excited to announce the Third World Poetry Canada International Peace Festival in 2013 at the magnificent Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia!
The Festival is hosted on the historic University of British Columbia. To learn more about this campus, visit their virtual campus tour.
The events will take place in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre complex. To learn more about the venue, be sure to visit their website. Click here to print a map of the campus
UBC is located in Vancouver, British Columbia – one of the most desirable cities in the world. Whether your interest are in nature, history, art or just fine dining – Vancouver has plenty to offer for you. For more information visit the Tourism Vancouver website
Our Theme for this Festival: Inspire Peace!
The Festival will feature:
1.International guests, local poetry groups, community partners, dancers, musicians, filmmakers and multimedia.
2.Display tables, Poetic Necklace display at Ike’s Art Gallery April 4-30th.
3.Extra event: World Poetry Youth Peace Poetathon World Wide.
4.The World Poetry Canada International Month, April 4-30th with our partner the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre.
5.World Poetry National Poetry Month Peace Display plus the large display cases in the library, April 4-30th
Main events subject to change: