Statement of the World Poetry Movement.
Process by which the experience of everyday life, marked by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, is becoming standardized around the world. Factors that have contributed to globalization include increasingly sophisticated communications and transportation of poetry.
A month later, the World Poetry Movement has been joined by 77 international poetry festivals and 317 poets from 83 countries from all continents. One of the goals is to include most of the strongest international poetry festivals, poets, schools of poetry and printed and virtual publications, to increase our mutual cooperation and thus energize en·er·gize
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1. To give energy to; activate or invigorate: "His childhood the individual and collective voice of poetry in our time. Recently the World Poetry Movement has been joined by the "100,000 Poets for Change" project, a bold initiative by poets Michael Rothenberg and Terri Carrion, in California, who have proposed the implementation of a worldwide poetic action, next September 24th, 2011 in 350 cities worldwide. Due to the nature of poetry, the World Poetry Movement supports and will always support the thoughts, actions and measures that can contribute to world peace, the defense of all life on earth, the sustainable development Sustainable development is a socio-ecological process characterized by the fulfilment of human needs while maintaining the quality of the natural environment indefinitely. The linkage between environment and development was globally recognized in 1980, when the International Union of a new world, the restoration of beauty, dignity and truth, in the process of a persistent strengthening of poetry's presence in contemporary society worldwide. Poetry is knowledge, reflection and enlightenment, liberation, contemplation and action, lightning, creative imagination and brotherhood, spiritual unity of individuals and peoples, past, present and future of humanity. World Poetic Movement calls on all its members, poets and international poetry festivals, to plan, develop and spread poetic actions and Simultaneous poetry readings, across the planet, next September 24th, 2011, to consolidate our organizational process, making a formidable display of poetic power possible in the world, in hundreds of cities and villages on Earth. We ask you to please inform us shortly on the decisions taken regarding this proposal to the following email: worldpoetrymovement at gmail.com
WORLD POETRY MOVEMENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE Peter Rorvik (South Africa South Africa, Afrikaans Suid-Afrika, officially Republic of South Africa, republic (2005 est. pop. 44,344,000), 471,442 sq mi (1,221,037 sq km), S Africa. ), Bas Kwakman (Netherlands), Jack Hirschman Jack Hirschman (b. December 13, 1933, in New York, NY) is a poet and social activist who has written more than 50 volumes of poetry and essays.
Hirschman received a Bachelor of Arts from City College of New York in 1955, and an A.M. and Ph. D. (United States of America UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The name of this country. The United States, now thirty-one in number, are Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, ), Rati Saxena (India), Alex Pausides (Cuba), Amir Or (Israel), Iryna Vikyrchak (Ukraine), Fernando Rendon (Colombia).
August 16th, 2011.
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The steep side exposes the edge of erosion-resistant rock layers that form the cuestas. , directora, Sello Editorial Coleccion Sur Editores Marlene Alfonso Ulacia, coordinator, Proyecto Comunitario CubaPoesia Nina Reis, Roberto Bianchi , poets and directors, Cultural Movement aBrace, Helena Villar Janeiro, poet and director, Rosalia de Castro Foundation (Spain) Francisco Garzaro, poet and representative, Mesa de Poesia, Guatemala Milena Ercollani, poet and president, Associazione Culturale La Sammarina (San Marino) Poets: Yevgeny Yevtushenko (Russia) Lawrence Ferlinghetti (United States) Bernard Noel (Francia) Amiri Baraka (United States) Amina Baraka (United States) Christian Karlson Stead (New Zealand New Zealand (zē`lənd), island country (2005 est. pop. 4,035,000), 104,454 sq mi (270,534 sq km), in the S Pacific Ocean, over 1,000 mi (1,600 km) SE of Australia. The capital is Wellington; the largest city and leading port is Auckland. ) Thiago de Mello (Brazil) Pablo Armando Fernandez (Cuba) Marcelino dos Santos (Mozambique) Julien Kilanga (Congo) Alhaji Alhaji or Al-Hajj (Arabic الحاجّ) is a term of respect used to address a Muslim man who has completed one of the Five Pillars of Islam by going on the Hajj, or religious pilgrimage to Mecca. Papa Susso (Gambia) Kamran Mir Hazar (Afghanistan) Jotamario Arbelaez (Colombia) Sigurdur Palsson (Iceland) Oscar Gonzalez (Colombia) Omar Castillo (Colombia) Werewere Liking (Cameroon) Quincy Troupe (United States) Rafael Patino (Colombia) Juri Talvet (Estonia) Javier Naranjo (Colombia) Tomas Arias (Spain) Juan Diego Tamayo (Colombia) Agneta Falk (Sweden) Nicolas Suescun (Colombia) Giovanna Mulas (Italy) Carlos Ciro (Colombia) Cristian Avecillas (Ecuador) Ricardo Luis Plaul (Argentina) Gaston Saint-Fleur (Haiti) Nechi Dorado (Argentina) Winston Morales Chavarro (Colombia) Jorge Campero (Bolivia) Soledad Benages Amoros (Espana) Jeronimo Castillo (Argentina) Clemente Padin (Uruguay) Carmen Campos (Venezuela) Carlos Arboleda (Uruguay) Martin Micharvegas (Argentina) Yiorgos Chouliaras (Greece) Jairo Godoy (Argentina) Doina Ioanid (Romania) Cristina Castello (Argentina-France) Maru?a Krese (Slovenia-Germany) Monica Munoz (Argentina) Adela Guerrero Collazos (Colombia) Alberto Chessa (Spain) Duni Chambial Clemente Padin (Uruguay) Ngwatilo Mawiyoo (Kenya) Gabriel Rosenstock (Ireland) Kouklsy Lamko (Tchad) Alvaro Miranda (Colombia) Luz Mary Giraldo (Colombia) Canela A. 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