Stéphane Mallarmé Kalendari poetik: Stéphane Mallarmé (1842-1898) Më 18 mars është data e lindjes për Stéphane Étienne Mallarmé, poet, shkrimtar, dramaturg dhe përkthyes francez. Kur qe 5 vjeç i vdiq e ëma dhe e rritën gjyshërit. Filloi të shkruante poezitë … Continue reading
Maria Soledad Quiroga Kalendari poetik: Maria Soledad Quiroga 1957 Sot, më 22 mars, feston 62 vjetorin Maria Soledad Quiroga, poete dhe tregimtare nga Bolivia; ka botuar gjashtë përmbledhje poetike, shkruan në disa gazeta boliviane dhe poezitë e saj janë përfshirë … Continue reading
Izet Sarajlić Kalendari poetik: Izet Sarajlić (1930-2002) Historian, filozof dhe poet bosnjak, u lind më 16 mars 1930 në Bosnjën veriore; më 1945 u vendos në Sarajevo ku studioi letërsi dhe filozofi në universitetin e atjeshëm. Në vitin 1954 themeloi … Continue reading
KËNDVËSHTRIME PËR EPOSIN E KRESHNIKËVE Nga: Prof.dr. Resmi Osmani Me eposin e kreshnikëve, ku i kendohet bëmave trimërore të tyre, jam njohur qe në rininë e hershme. Gjatë viteve, leximi i tyre, duke iu kthyer herë pas here, mu … Continue reading
Poem by Juljana Mehmeti Returned… We were wandering aftertime entangled to convolved reels of memory, rooted to a vein touched to a verge, extended to the most shiny stars crumbled into the throbs of galaxies with no boundary, distances … Continue reading
WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR POEM TO BE FEATURED IN AN INTERNATIONAL ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS ON AUTISM, CURATED BY THE BEST POETS?
Here’s the Global Editorial Board of the Special Issue on Autism 2019.
Our seven Editors, erudite scholars, activists and experts in their respective fields are from seven different parts of the world.
Since action speaks louder than words, we do not make any unsubstantiated claims. Please note that the decision of the Editorial Board shall be final and binding on all poets and writers.
Luz María López, Puerto Rico, The Caribbean Island: The celebrated poet, editor and social activist, is also a narrator, translator, international cultural promoter and women’s rights advocate. She is the Consultant Editor (Literature) of Different Truths.
Michele Baron, Kyrgyzstan / The USA: A scholar and academician, she develops outreach projects, writes poetry, prose, and non-fiction, an active musician, painter, and artist. She is the Contributing Editor.
Yuri Zambrano, Belgium: A doctor, poet and writer from Mexico, the main coordinator of World Festival of Poetry (WFP). He is the Medico-Literary Editor.
Dr. Tzemin Ition Tsai, Taiwan: A professor, Cultural Ambassador of Greater China, poet, story teller, editor. He is the Culture Editor.
Virginia Jasmin Pasalo, Phillipines: Executive Director at International Visitor Leadership Program-Philippines Inc., Commissioner at Pangasinan Historical and Cultural Commission She is a poet-activist. She is the Advocacy Editor.
Anumita Chatterjee Roy, The USA: An artist at heart, she has an eye for the unusual. She paints, photographs, composes poems and loves to write. She is a foodie. Born in India, she was brought up in several countries. These strengthened the global citizen in her. She is the Managing Editor of Different Truths.
Arindam Roy, India: A senior journalist with Times of India, Hindustan Times, Associated Press and multiple news outlets, he has co-authored a novel, Rivers Run Back and has written 17 chapters in various international and national Coffee Table Books. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Different Truths.
Note: Photos of Editors appear chronologically after the map positioning them.
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While poems are being brought out in print as well, you may also write Short Stories, Articles and Research Papers. You may contribute in more than one category within the Deadline.
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Last date of Submission: April 10, 2019 [up to 20:00 hrs (8:00 PM) Indian Standard Time.]
Special Issue to be Published: In the third week of April.
ON DEMAND FROM POETS, HERE’S AN ANTHOLOGY OF POEMS ON AUTISM IN PRINT
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Poems by Sheila Rexho You You belong to a never existed past to a sweet torturing kind of present and to a future that will never come… you’ve imprisoned my thoughts within the cell of your existence … Continue reading
Poema de Yuleisy Cruz Lezcano Primavera Primavera te estoy escribiendo, escribo letras pintadas en el aire, en las orillas de temores que nadie trae, son en mí. Te escribo desde las caídas que no dejan lucidez, ni … Continue reading
Reportazh nga shkolla “Vëllazërimi”, Babrru-Fushë në shkollën vartëse Babrru-Kodër Data 1 mars. Ditë pranvere. Sihariqin e parë të ardhjes së pranverës e kanë dhënë mimozat të ndjekura nga pjeshkat, kajsitë dhe kumbullat. Dimri po largohet dhe vendin po ia lë … Continue reading
Poem by Maki Starfield Ukiyo-e Artist A Ukiyo-e print is Japanese art a painting in the early Renaissance period a Greek painting, an old Dutch painting, a fine work of art. Van Gogh loves Ukiyo-e prints, He created his … Continue reading
Nobelisti Montale dhe bashkëkohësit e tij shqiptarë të viteve 30 Eugenio Montale është një nga poetët dhe kritikët letrarë e muzikorë italianë,që i dha poezisë dhe kulturës moderrne botërore të shk. XX,fizionominë dhe bukurinë e shpirtit të tij poetik.Duke ecur … Continue reading
Poem by Elena Popescu Doar tăcerile Lasă-i poetului doar tăcerile din Tăcerea ce naşte din cuvinte Cuvântul… ELP Vetëm heshtjet Lërja poetit vetëm heshtjet nga Heshtja që lindet nga fjalët Me fjalë… Albanian version: Baki Ymeri فقط هو … Continue reading
Poezi nga Agim Desku POEZI Edhe kur s’ka shpresë jeta Ti çelë si lulet e para të pranverës Nuk je hije si e thonë poetët Por,Diell që më fal ngrohtësi shpirti. Më ty eci rrugëve të jetës se bukur … Continue reading
Shtëpia Botuese “ADA” publikon Revistën Letrare “OBELISK- Nr. 215” -Për më shumë përgjegjësi e kujdes për gjuhën shqipe Nga Gjovalin Shkurtaj -Dritë në shtjellën e shpirtit njerëzor Nga (Hamdi) Erjon Muça -Cikël poetik nga: Basir Bushkashi Ahmet Mehmeti Flora Meçaj … Continue reading
Poem by Maria Teresa Manta RISCOPRIAMO L’AMORE Offusca la bellezza del creato, il pianto che si leva in questo nostro mondo macchiato dal sangue degli innocenti, miseramente piegati e oppressi da dittatori carnefici e crudeli, che offendono i valori … Continue reading
Poema de Alberto EM Fuentes CIUDAD DE TODOS LOS DOMINGOS Querría quedarme en esta ciudad, su manera de reír me gusta ciertamente. Una eternidad cruza hacia los bailes, deja en mi mano un vaso de cerveza, unas músicas duras, … Continue reading
Poem by Alicia Minjarez RAMIREZ CLEAR CONSCIENCE To: My beloved angel M.B. Today I remain silent So I don’t mistake Silence With the void. Absorbed I admire your eyes, Clear awareness That melts my balance. Crossing over The barrier … Continue reading
Martina Franca: si avvia alla conclusione il Festival di pittura, poesia e narrativa ‘Artemozioni’
COLLAPSING CONSCIENCE A COLLABORATIVE POEM written on the COLLAPSE OF AN BRIDGE AT VICTORIA TERMINUS STATION, MUMBAI, USED BY 75, 000 COMMUTERS EVERYDAY, on their way to work as it came down bringing debris and death with it along , … Continue reading
Poem by Mandour Saleh Hikel THE DEVILISH LOOP In a holy named city Where a church Embracing a mosque And both… Are in the generous host of God Came him The brainwashed … Poisoned heart … Disfigured soul … … Continue reading
Poem by Aabha Rosy Vatsa MOTHERHOOD The beauty of motherhood is double fold First in creation And second in nurturing She nurtures with her body Giving her flesh and blood A safe haven for nine months Eating right Doing … Continue reading
Poem by Monsif BEROUAL
PLANET: HISTORY ROOM
Dear Human beings,
I lost the words, I wish if I could spell a word
Am the blamed one, the only one !
And The coming generation will says the same
Our grandparents faults
I wish if I can tell more words
But I’ve lost all the words
Every day I see the moon, I stares to that sun
Above me that sky full of stars
Under my feet that lands
Breathing the same air
But we never value that homeland
Hoping and wishing for better world
Does am the only one?
I wonder with that pain killing my heart
But all my hopes were caged into history room
What could we say for them
But we are the blamed one
We lost control and we let anger control our needs
We could not bring the change
We only brought the wars
Cause we couldn’t understand
We couldn’t forgot
Cause we couldn’t forgive
We just brought the history to the future,
To the present,
To hate each other
We couldn’t learn
But we learned to keep hating each other
Without understanding each other
Without given chance to love each other
That is us, our beloved human beings generation.
# let not give the chance to hatred to be raised
We are only one family around the world
Christian, jewish , muslim , atheist
We are brothers and sisters sisters
We are just human beings
Poezi nga Iliriana Sulkuqi E FUNDIT POEZI, PËR TY, “NËNË” ( vo: nuk është e personalizuar, për Nënën që më lindi, as për popullin e qytetit tim. Vendlindja ime është Shenjtorja ime, që edhe nga varri do të më … Continue reading
Fragment nga poema e Shpend Sollaku Noé-së “Murus Noster”, të shkëputur prej librit dygjuhesh ne anglisht e italisht “Abysses- Voragini”, USA 2009. Versioni në shqip është botuar pjesërisht në librin “Atdheu i tjetrit”, botuar gjithashtu në Shtetet e Bashkuara, në … Continue reading
Poem by Sehma Helaa *** You and me , he and she all of us together let’s help mummy cat Mummy cat Mummy cat She paws heavily , she becomes fat Ah mummy cat , mummy cat A big … Continue reading