By worldpoetry on January 29, 2011 - 1:07am
BLOOD RED HILL
Blood Red Hill.
I have no place other than Blood Red Hill.
Right now on Blood Red Hill,
God is in the other side of world they say.
Right now on Blood Red Hill,
God is in the other side of world they say.
God will come here tomorrow they say.
Right here, I can’t believe in believing.
But I am believing.
The savior is you.
You, are the savior.
I am waiting. On Blood Red Hill.
I am waiting for you. On Blood Red Hill.
Featured World Poetry Poet Yoshifumi Sakura is a talented young poet from Japan with a new book of poetry out in Mongolian. He is an good example of young poets sharing their talent with the world.
By worldpoetry on January 9, 2011 - 12:15am
The Tree House, a Page for Children and Youth!
Posted on January 8, 2011 by Ariadne
Welcome to the Tree House, a page dedicated for children and youth !
You can post your poems, stories, ideas , special events, awards and projects. Selected poems will be read on the World Poetry Cafe Radio Show and published on www.worldpoetry.ca. School projects are also very welcome.
Calling all artists: We would like to place a Tree House image that we can put at the beginning of each post.
Poets and short story writers: Please send your poem, a brief biography and name of your country.
E-Poets: If you want your poem read on the radio show as an e-poem, please send it to: email@example.com
World Poetry Readings:
World Poetry New Westminster is dedicating a half hour for Children and youth at the New Westminster Public Library, the fourth Wednesday of each month starting at 6:30 pm. If you are in the Vancouver or New Westminster area or on tour, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
World Poetry International Festival , May 14-15 will be featuring children and youth poets at the Richmond Cultural Centre, Richmond, BC.
Join us and have fun as we explore the wonderful world of poetry and stories.
Danielle Jones, First World Poetry New Westminster Youth Ambassador!
By worldpoetry on January 7, 2011 - 11:57am
El Terremoto Clama Justicia.
El perro aúlla como un lobo, con un sonido poco común para este noble animal, es una manera distinta de actuar y ladrar. Ramón, solo tiene 35 años y es un anciano para este pueblo de acuerdo al censo del año pasado. No hay viejos en este pueblo, porque desaparecieron hace varios años. La gran mayoría son menores que él. Ramón dice: mi abuelo desaparecido solía contarme cuando era niño, si los perros ladran de esta manera, es que habrá una desgracia natural como un temblor fuerte y hasta podría ser un terremoto o un nuevo asalto de los militares. Ramón no sabe cuál será peor el terremoto o el asalto de los militares. Él en carne propia conoce los golpes militares, las marca en su cuerpo recuerda esos crueles días.
¡Nadie pone atención a sus palabras! Los niños siguen jugando, la mujer cocinando y Ramón reparando una herramienta.
A pocas cuadras de esta casa en una calle principal del pueblo se leía en la pared de adobe de pintura blanca frente al estacionamiento de buses. ¡Mata un rico y salva el planeta tierra!
By worldpoetry on December 30, 2010 - 9:27pm
■Calendar of World Poetry Canada Events in 2011, Winter, Spring:
■World Poetry Reading Series, Vancouver Public Library, central branch, 350 West Georgia St. (last Monday of the month except for Feb.14th)
■Upcoming interactive display: Theme The Power of Love, selected poems will be on display from Feb.7-14th at the Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia St, Vancouver BC. Send your poems in now! Information: email@example.com
■ Gung Haggis Fat Choy World Poetry. Monday January 24, 2011. Room: Alice Mackay. 7-8:30 pm. E-poster now available upon request
■World Poetry Gala 10th Anniversary. Monday February 14, 2011. Room: Alice Mackay. 6:30-8:30 pm Monday (GALA) Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Warren Stevenson.
■World Poetry International Women’s Day. March 21, 2011. Room: Alma VanDusen & Peter Kaye. 7-8:30 pm
■ World Poetry Month featuring Poetry month, Monday April 18, 2011. Room: Alma VanDusen & Peter Kaye. 7-8:30 pm
■ World Poetry International Festival. May 14-15th, Richmond Cultural Centre, 100, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond BC
■World Poetry New Westminster Night Out, New Westminster Public Library, ,716-6th Avenue Auditorium Room) new Westminster, BC, the fourth Wednesday of each month, 6:30 pm.the fourth Wednesday of each month.
By worldpoetry on December 10, 2010 - 12:34am
World Poetry Gala Call For Poems!
Posted on December 9, 2010 by Ariadne
World Poetry Reading Series.
World Poetry Gala Call for Poems for the World Poetry 10th Anniversary Gala at the Vancouver Public Library (Central branch)
The World Poetry Reading Series together with our partners, the Vancouver Public Library will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of our partnership, February 14th, 7 pm at the Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia, St. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
We are inviting you to send poems from around the world for the interactive The Power of Love display at the library in the literature section.
■ Theme: The Power of Love.
■ One page poem, font 12.
■Include your name and a copy right symbol. One time copy write only.
■Deadline for poems: January 10th, 2011.
■The selected 30 poems will be printed up and put on display from February 7-14th. A World Poetry Volunteer will also be in attendance each day to help the public at the “Create a Poem” table. Selection will be on a first come basis.*
■Send all entries to Ariadne Sawyer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
■Thank you for you participation!
By worldpoetry on December 7, 2010 - 11:48pm
World Poetry Ambassador to India Dr. Rita Malhotra.
World Poetry Canada First International Event in India.
A Multilingual, Multicultural event with World Poetry, Expressions, Poetry Across Cultures amd Universal Poetry organized by Dr. Rita Malhotra, Thursday December 9th, 2010 at 6:45 pm.
Chaired by Dr.Rita Malhotra amd Sameer Kakkar. India International Centre, Annexe Conference Hall40. Max Mueller Marg. N Delhi.Please RSVP at 9871555176 or 9350103807
I have missed this blog. It has been wonderful to me, it gave World Poetry a voice. I would like to thank Urban Vancouver and give my best wishes for another year.
I am learning how to do another World Poetry Blog: www.worldpoetry.com
Thank you once again,
By worldpoetry on October 8, 2010 - 11:13am
World Poetry October Exciting News, Award Winner, Poetic News!
Welcome World Poetry Canada and World Poetry International!
A great thank you to the 203 poets and supporters that sent good wishes and prayers to the family of Ashok Bhargava. What a wonderful World Poetry Family! Neil is home and getting better! Our love goes out to them!
New World Poetry Blog/website coming soon!
Thanks to the help of WP Committee Member Heidi Mueller, we will have a new blog/website starting next week: www.worldpoetry.ca It is great to use our www.worldpoetry.ca domain after all these years! We hope to have poet news, photos, and a featured poet of the month, lots of links and our national and international news. World Poetry Café Radio show downloads will be available also.
World Poetry Canada:
One, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, eight, nine and ten.
© Sandford Tuey All Rights Reserved.
World Poetry Lifetime Achievement Award Winner for 2011: Dr. Warren Stevenson. His award will be given at our 10th Anniversary Gala at the Vancouver Public Library, February 14th. Also from February 7-14, there will be an interactive display at the library on the Power of Love.
World Poetry October Events:
By worldpoetry on September 8, 2010 - 10:42pm
Reading Series, World Poetry Café Radio Show,
Electronic Newsletter, Publishing Company
Contact person: Ariadne Sawyer, MA
Important World Poetry Canadian and International News!
Welcome to our news, the beginning of a newsletter once again!
I have decided to combine World Poetry Canada and World Poetry International, providing each a section. This will cut down on double lists and make the combined list to around 5,000 participants and readers.
Each section will feature a selected poem and news from Canada and the world. If you have news of a book launch, readings, a book published or an award, please send them in, marked Canada or International. If you want to submit a poem, 1 page only. Send all material to email@example.com
Thank you for all your support and kindness. You may send this news on to friends and groups.
World Poetry Canada Events in September:
Please mark them down in your calendar.
• World Poetry Reads at Word on the Street.
By worldpoetry on August 28, 2010 - 1:55pm
World Poetry Celebrates!
A joyful Bi-Centennial (200 year) Celebration of Chilean Independence!
September 27, 7:00 pm -8:30 pm.
Alice MacKaye Room, Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia St.
Historical presentation by Eduardo Cruz
Hosts: Ariadne Sawyer and Alejandro Mujica-Olea
Bi-lingual poetry presentation of Neruda and Mistral
Certificates for performers from the Chilean Consul in Vancouver, Canada.
Dance: Denise Torres, Chilean Co-op.
Information: 604-526-4729, firstname.lastname@example.org
By worldpoetry on August 28, 2010 - 1:40pm
A World Poetry letter of prayers, thoughts and love to
Neil Bhargava and the Bhargava Family.
Due to the tremendous response from World Poetry members and supporters from Canada and around the world
(more than 100 e-mails in two hours and more coming in) I have decided to combine all the messages into a single letter.
Many people also responded who could not attend the potluck due to distance.
First: A heartfelt thank you to all who responded with prayers, good wishes and love.
I was amazed at the volume of e-mails I received shortly after I sent the World Poetry Potluck cancelation message out.
Second: World Poetry would like to let Neil and the Bhargava family know that the World Poetry Family is sending many
prayers, good thoughts and love to them.
Third: The World Poetry Prayer Circle and other prayer groups are also sending prayers to them.
On behalf of our World Poetry Family, our very best wishes for health and a speedy recovery.
As all goes well, we may have the World Poetry Potluck at their home next month,
Healing blessings and love,
Ariadne Sawyer and Alejandro Mujica-Olea,
Founders and hosts of World Poetry.