World Poetry Proudly Presents three new photos at the WP, UBC Poetic Display!

After the riots by Yilin Yang

Ariadne’s Note: we are pleased to present another three special photographs in our display at UBC. Thank you to all who sent photos and paintings.

Yilin Wang is an emerging writer and photographer pursuing her BFA at The University of British Columbia. Her writing has appeared in many publications, including Youthink Magazine, Fault Lines Journal, and Cerebration Journal. She enjoys using her words and photos to promote diversity, creativity, and peace. You can learn more about her at yilinwriter.wordpress.com.

Yilin is a member of the WorldPoetry Youth Team and will be helping to compile and edit the upcoming World Poetry Peace Anthology.

World Poetry Lifetime Achievement Award Winner and director, Peter Lojewski is an award winning artist and poet.

The city Berlin
once divided
now united

Now the capital
once divided
now united Germany

By Peter Lojewski (C)

Call to Peace by Sattar

 Sattar Saberi is a artist, well known for his Peace Posters. An author of several books including children’s books, Sattar is orginally from Afghanistan and now lives in Vancouver . We are pleased to include this photo in the Poetic Necklace Display.

We will be posting the other photos soon on this site. Please write a comment about the photo display.

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