“Guns and Bullets”in the Poetry against Terror Anthology on Amazon.com

imageGuns and bullets made it to the Poetry anthology. Poetry against Terror now for free on amazon for the next 5 days. Don’t miss this opportunity to read the voice of poets from across the globe including Greece on terrorism.From January 11 to January 15, the ebook will be available FREE on Amazon.com


imageA month ago I and Leloudia Migdali were asked to participate in this anthology  representing the voice of Greece in terrorism. I am so glad I participated thanks to the Italian publisher Fabrizio Frosini who kindly invited me to write a poem against terrorism. The anthology is  finally out. My poem “Guns and Bullets” speaks volumes against the  social plague called terrorism. Astonishingly, 64 poets from all over the world participated in the project and their work is truly amazing. For those who wanna read the anthology and my poem “Guns and Bullets” download “POETRY AGAINST TERROR” at Amazon.com FOR FREE in the next five days!
LINK: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B019M1J0DU


Eternal world redeemers try to save the world
with guns and bullets in people’s heads
with endless obituaries of innocent people
entombed in epitaphs of dreams and hopes.

Sugar-coated venom purported as nostrums
to cure all pain and…

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    Rochester, MN, January 10, 2016. In response to the bloody Paris events of November 13, 2015, Italian poet, Fabrizio Frosini, began work on a new ebook, POETRY AGAINST TERROR, and he enlisted his community of poets worldwide to help: “I wanted it to become a large collective work: the voice of poets from many different countries, worldwide, who stand up and speak aloud but without hatred against the bloody madness of terror.”
    Astonishingly, 64 Poets from 43 countries lent their pens in the effort. Frosini says, “we—poets of the world—wish to make our voices resonate in the minds and hearts of all women and men who refuse to be silenced by hate and violence.” Pamela Sinicrope of Rochester, MN and Daniel Brick of St. Paul, MN, USA, along with Richard Thézé, England, co-edited the collection of diverse poems about terrorism in Paris and around the world. Cover art is by Galina Italianskaya, Russia.
    The project came together quickly, as Frosini was able to identify writers through the poetry website, PoemHunter.com. Poets come from all continents, including Arab/Islamic countries:
    Australia, Bangladesh, Botswana, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Morocco, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, UAE, Uganda, UK, USA, Zimbabwe.
    Poem topics range from a focus on the liberty of France, to the musings of a mother who does not want her child suffering from terrorism, to a young woman who incessantly searches google for the answers to the terrorism problem, to the story of African villagers who drink from a cow’s horn under a peaceful moon until terrorism takes over.
    Many of the poets have experienced terrorism first-hand, and this witness is expressed in their writings and their biographies. “We’ve all been touched by terrorism. For some, the topic hit home after the events in Paris, but for others, terrorism has been a disturbing part of everyday life —these facts are borne out in the poems. The poems speak for themselves,” says Sinicrope.
    The ebook, POETRY AGAINST TERROR, is available as a download on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B019M1J0DU. They also have a Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/PoetryAgainstTerror . From January 11 to January 15, the ebook will be available FREE on Amazon.

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