World Poetry Celebrates Kezang Dawa From Bhutan!





*Peace gift poems getting ready to go to UBC! 

Ariadne’s Notes: The World Poetry Cafe Radio Show , CRFO 100.5 FM welcomed e-poet Kezang Dawa from Bhutan. Called the Wonder Poet, Kezang Dawa , works as a driver in his  magical country and has written over 300 poems on FB. Broadcasting from New Westminster, Ariadne was pleased to read his lovely poem which a fan wants to translate into French.

Also, featured in the show , was a special album by the amazing Laura Kelsey and her band. Dispell and a book launch of a lovely book by the talented poetess Preeta Chandran and artist Pankaj Rohilkhandvi. Features to follow as soon as I can.









Let me go home, where my own kind lies

Let me go home, where the birds freely flies’

Let me go home, where I can live with the nature.

Let me go home, where life is full of adventure.


It’s been such a long time, Let me climb this ladder

Climb up, Get in and meet my mother and my father

My home is made of bamboo mats, and we might sleep on the floor

But, this is my home, where love and affections come in galore.


Door lock is of creepers or vines, entangled, maybe not strong

But there is nothing to fear, for no one does anything wrong.

The roof is made of straws or bamboos and maybe tarpaulin.

But it sure holds off the sunlight rays, even the rains down-pouring


In the evening we sit by the fire, drink and sing songs forlorn

Sharing one another’s woes and worries, binding us even strong.

The hard toil, out in the field by the day, is soon relieved

It sure is a good feeling to be amongst your own breed.


A poem by Kezang Dawa (C) All rights reserved by the author.

A Wonder poet from Bhutan

5 thoughts on “World Poetry Celebrates Kezang Dawa From Bhutan!

  1. Annie Johnson

    I love reading Kezang’s poetry. He is a wonderful poet, filled with love of life and a great spirit. His love of humanity comes through his work. Bravo, Kezang!

  2. Sabrina young

    Kezang, this is an absolute brilliant write, I am so very proud of you, keep on living, don’t ever stop writing, it’s obvious you are destined to be a writer.


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