Peace Poet Yioula Ioannou Patsalidou from Cyprus!

 

The World Poetry Radio Show Celebrated Peace Poet Yioula Loannou Patsalidou from Cyprus with a lovely Peace Poem September 27, 1-2 PM PST on CFRO 100.5 FM. Also, featured were Rabia Ahrar , sister of World Poetry Youth Director Alaha Ahrar who sent in a moving spiritual poem and Scott Reeves Celebrating his new Album Without a Trace. In addition, Ariadne Sawyer, MA, read some poems from her upcoming book. Poetic News and a short story from the Big Bessie Series by Sharon Rowe. Great thanks to sound engineer Kerry Bruckner who kept the show on the air!

LISTEN TO THE SHOW HERE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YIOULA IOANNOU PATSALIDOU was born and raised in Avgorou Famaqusta Cyprus. She descend from the historical family of Ioannis Gonemi . She studied the French language and civilization in France and also photography.
The chronic corruption in her country’s power deprived her human rights and prevented her from working in areas for which she was first examined  in Cyprus.
They also deprived her of her inheritance right over the property of her ancestors and state officials took over the property.
She worked in the tourist industry while having her own show on local radio.
She also has been member of a traditional dance group. She has been writing literature since 11 years old . She published six collections of poems short stories and fairy-tales. Her poems and short stories was translated into Serbian, Albanian, English and French languages. She participated in many international anthologies and she was awarded abroad many times. She is the organizer of the global events 100TPC
in her country supporting the piece and justice in the world.

Παναγιώτα (Γιούλα)Ιωάννου ΠατσαλίδουΕστάλη από

LIFE

To caress me and i come to life
the creation smells sweet, the feast begins.

I dress up in morning in colours light
i worship the trees, the earth, the water.

I kissed the noon and my heart grew wings
it fluttered, it searched for the embrace.

I befriended the dawn and it fell in my two hands
I married life and had three children

I named them love, justice, humanity
and i have happiness as constant companion
and i am not afraid of death nor of pitfalls.

YIOULA IOANNOU PATSALIDOU (C) All rights reserved by the author.

 

Dear Ariadne ,
This is for you and your audience for the PEACE DAY! I HOPE YOU LIKE IT.

PEACE AND LOVE IN YOUR LIFE , AND PEACE TO EVERYONE .

YIOULA IOANNOU PATSALIDOU FROM CYPRUS

 

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