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World Poetry Canada International Celebrates World Peace Day, September 21!


Poster by Ceri Naz.

World Poetry Celebrates Peace!

The World Poetry Cafe featured the first group of poets on World Peace Day. Poets and  their beautiful poems for peace. A lovely opening poem by Mamta.

Ahn Bong Ja, Canada, Katherine L. Gordon,  Canada, Dr. Hadaa Sendoo, Mongolia, Honey Novick, Canada, Richard Doiron, Canada, Carol Knepper,  Canada, Dr. T. Ashok Chakravarthy, India, Mahinour Tawfik, Egypt, Yioula Ioannou Patsalidou, Cyprus, Danny Teller, China, Daniel de Culla , Spain,  Fernando Jose Marti­nez  Alderete, Mexico.

Phone in: Selene Bertelsen and Jemma Downes, Canada.

To hear this special Radio show! CLICK HERE!

We would like to thank the many poets who sent poems and also created different events in their countries, villages and towns.

The second group will be read on September 28th and will be notified.

Peace connectors, peace advocates , peace promoters are needed every day to help bring balance to the world.

Two of the many special projects for World Peace day:

 Our great thanks to Ceri Naz and her students from the Philippines. Peace thanks them!


Poster by students in the Philippines.

Thanks to Vani Pradeep from India for her poster and banners plus her motivational work for World Peace!

Also on the show : super tech ,Victor Schwartzman reading some of the poems, World Poetry theme music, Circle of Blue by World Poetry Music Advisor and Ambassador to Japan: Yoshifumi Sakura and The Offering by Mary Youngblood. First Nations.


World Poetry Canada International Advisors and Directors!



World Poetry Canada International Advisors and Directors. More to come…

They will be participating on the World Poetry 24 hour around the World Peace Poetathon, September 21st and also in the Fifth World Poetry Canada International Peace and Human Rights Festival 2016.

 Dr. Hadda Sendoo, Mongolia
Yoshifumi Sakura, Japan
Dr. Stephen Gill, India and Canada
Elaine Woo, Canada
Wanda Kehewin , First Nations, Canada
Mamta Agarwal, India
Adisa AJA Andwele, Barbados and US
Juliet ‘Kego Ume-Onyido, Canada.

Alaha Ahrar, Afghanistan and US.
Kwame Yirenkyi, Ghana and Canada
Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah. Ghana
Sharif Saedi, Afghanistan
Oswald Okaitei , Ghana
Olajuwon Timileyin, Nigeria
Mutiu Olawuyi, Gambia
Musa Musavi, Afghanistan
 Caroline C. Nazareno, Philippines.

*Posted with their permission.



 Festival 2014.

World Poetry Proudly Presents Dr. Hadaa Sendoo from Mongolia!

Featured Poet









Ariadne’s Note: we would like to welcome back our dear friend and talented poet. He plans on visiting us next year perhaps for the large World Poetry April event. Also check out our new gift from Heidi, the World Poetry calendar at the top of the page! I started putting events on it and will include radio show guests in the future! 

Hadaa Sendoo is the owner and leading figure of World Poetry Almanac(WPA) and one of the most influential poets in the 21st century. Sendoo Hadaa is the author of ten books of poems, including The Road Is Not Completed (2011); His many awards include the Poet of the Millennium Award, the Mongolian Writers Union top Prize, and the Pinnacle of Achievement Award for poetry (USA 2010). His work has appeared in many anthologies. Professor Ban’ya Natsuishi called Hadaa Sendoo “one of the best poets writing today’s world”. In 2012, Hadaa Sendoo has invited in the UK’s largest ever poetry festival -Poetry Parnassus, his poems selected into the World Record Anthology (by Bloodaxe), and featured poet in Contemporary popular magazine MPT.
He is a member of the World Poetry Canada International Commitee and is a World Poetry Ambassador to Mongolia and China. Links: http://wikidi.com/category/poet/h  12 poems of Hadaa Sendoo http://www.poemhunter.com/hadaa-sendoo/stats/

  The Mongolian Yurt   

In the midnight
the skylight is crowded with stars
and, in the depths of forest
that sound of the wind, like rolled
green waves

In the midday  an open wood door, it
leads to the blue sky, white clouds
there, long songs never die like the steppes
and men never find it easy to say the word ‘I love you’

Hadaa Sendoo (C)

Hadaa's visit 2010, Victoria.