World Poetry Celebrates Muse for World Peace!

Another entry for the World Poetry Canada International Peaceathon. Submitted by Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon (Nigeria) Editor and guiding light behind the anthology: MUSE FOR WORLD PEACE ANTHOLOGY.








Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon writes:

“Dear Poets and Lovers of Art, It always seems impossible until it is done….” we had the dream to bring change – anew in the deathly state of the world with peace moving words. Poets, inkers around the orbs Gathered to say “No” to hate, racism….War And have embraced peace – Life Through this work of Art. We birthed the dream only with words but its reality is in us…

This second edition featured 128poets from 10 nationalities with over 300 poems. The selected poets range from Uloma Naomi James (a 13 year old from Nigeria) to Adesewa Oyinkansola (Nigeria), Gopakumar Radhakrishnan (India), Roula Pollard ( a Greek poet), Ariadne Sawyer (Canada), Benjami Nii Oku (Ghana), Maria Miraglia (Italy), Ceri Naz ( Philippines ) Mutiu Olawuyi (Gambia), Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon (Nigeria) and many more. However, the anthology has been launched at the National Poets Meet on May 14th in Kokalta India and was Exhibited at Dubois Memorial Center during the Pentasi B World Poetry Friendship Festival in Accra Ghana respectively and is now available on Amazon India and International.









Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon (TGO) is a Nigerian poet and a literary critic. He is an international multi-award winner –Awarded the World Poetry Ambassador to Nigeria {Canada} 2013, nominated as Inspirational Poet of the Year by World Friendship Celebration (Pentasi B) Philippines 2013, won the Write Share Be Read Second International Poetry Competition with his poem “REMEMBER O’YE GODS”; as one of the Top Five Poets in category A and was published in First Female online magazine, United Kingdom 2013, placed in the top ten in the Rabindranath Tagore Award – International English Poetry Competition (India) 2014. awarded the World Poetry Cultural Youth Peace Ambassador Award 2014, awarded Creative Writers Association of Nigeria Poetry Literary Award 2014, ranked third in Anchors Bible competition 2014, nominated for El-Hibri Foundation Peace Education Prize 2015, nominated as director of World Poetry Movement (Mexico) 2015 and 2016 Pentasi B universal poet of the year (Ghana).


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3 Responses to World Poetry Celebrates Muse for World Peace!

  1. Vani Pradeep says:

    Awesome! Congrats Timileyin! All the best. Cheers…

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