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WE ARE PUBLISHED!!! – #PoetsForPeace

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Hello Everyone!

Michael, Marie and I are so excited to announce that #PoetsForPeace is now LIVE and PUBLISHED in Praxis Magazine Online! We are so grateful to  Laura M Kaminski and Tee Jay Dan, editors at Praxis, for giving us this wonderful opportunity and working tirelessly in helping us get published!

We would especially like to thank all our contributors who helped make this project successful! We could not have done this without you!

You can view and download the publication here: http://www.praxismagonline.com/peace-poem-2016-poetsforpeace-collaboration/

We are thrilled that this collaboration will also be archived in the ‘Stanford University Archive’ of the ‘100,000 Poets for Change’ collection!

We hope you can all join us next year as we aim to make #PoetsForPeace a growing annual event!

 

Share and Spread the word with your friends and family! Please use #PoetsForPeace!

 

Cheers to #PoetsForPeace!

Michael, Marie & Neha

 

 

 

 

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Author: forgottenmeadows

I am a dreamer and a writer who loves to ponder on the words of the soul.

109 thoughts on “WE ARE PUBLISHED!!! – #PoetsForPeace

  1. Thank you for all you did to make this happen, Neha.

  2. bravo and congratulations.

    This is very well done.

    Frank

  3. Reblogged this on Frank Prem and commented:
    A rather special collaboration of Poets for Peace has just had its efforts published in PDF form. A wonderful thing.

    I was glad to provide 2 pieces for the collaboration: https://frankprem.wordpress.com/2016/08/02/zlatas-daughter/ and https://frankprem.wordpress.com/2016/08/02/song-of-freedom/.

    Check it all out, it’s a very fine effort, I thin.

    Cheers,

    Frank

  4. Reblogged this on English Lit Geek and commented:
    Thanks Michael and Neha! I’m so happy to be a part of this!

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  7. Reblogged this on Dorinda Duclos – Night Owl Poetry and commented:
    I am deeply honored to be a part of this wonderful collaboration of poets from around the world! #PoetsForPeace!!

  8. Reblogged this on Writing Wings For You and commented:
    Together we can!!!
    Thank you to everyone who believed in the power of words and made a contribution.

  9. Reblogged this on Words for Life and commented:
    It”sure such an honor to be part of this project! A special thanks goes to Neha, Michael, Marie, and Laura for working tirelessly to make this all happen.

    With gratitude,
    Robin

  10. Reblogged this on Vera Bezuidenhout and commented:
    This is awesome!!!

  11. Reblogged this on Ontheland and commented:
    Peace Poem 2016, a chain of over 250 poems by writers from all over the world, is now available for download at Praxis Online Magazine—a wonderful celebration of International Day of Peace. I and many other WordPress bloggers participated this year and I hope many more will join in to speak out for peace in 2017.

    • Thanks for the share and contribution ❤

      • I am so proud to be a part of this because with the collaboration of people from all over the world, you gave a platform for all voices on such an important topic. I heard the voices from California, from the UK, Ireland, Fellow Chicagoans, etc… voices of real people, in the everyday, of all ages, speak about peace. This is a treasure, this is what it is all about with a fantastic energy lifting one another up to stand firm, and stand together. Wonderful! I am so excited here reading all the poems, listening to the heart of poets, emotionally moving through different insights and perspectives. Yes, definitely, I;m honored to be with such great company. I am also grateful to you, Michael and Marie for all of your hard work and dedication and to Praxis and Stanford for honoring unity and vision. 🙂

      • Thank you so much Tammy for the kind words of encouragement…we could not have done it without you ❤

  12. Reblogged this on slharperpoetry and commented:
    Thank you for a fabulous effort, everyone! I am blown away and so honored to be a part of this amazing, positive international voice for peace! Special shout out to Michael, Neha, and Marie for getting this project off the ground, and then taking it to the next level. Thanks, also, to Praxis Magazine for your professionalism and support!

  13. Reblogged this on domestic diva and commented:
    This has been a wonderful opportunity. Proud to be a part of this beautiful movement , thanks to all the esteemed organizers!

  14. Yes, we made it! This is amazing and for sure I will be part of it next year again!!! Thank you, Neha, Michael and Marie!

  15. Reblogged this on Erika Kind and commented:
    It’s published!!! More than 250 poems for peace from all over the world are ready to be viewed and/or downloaded in the Praxis Magazine Online! Thank you, Michael, Marie & Neha for launching this!

  16. Reblogged this on Girlfriend's Guide to Good Mental Health and commented:
    Honored to be a part of this poetry collaboration about peace and stopping the violence. Mine is focused on inner peace and ending violence toward ourselves through suicide. It can be found on p. 88. But check them all out, they are awesome! We must stop the violence. Let peace begin with me!

  17. What a wonderful project, and to have so much input from around the world? Impressive. With the exception of plans for “bigger and better” next year, what are the long term goals of this project? This is, to a large degree, “preaching to the converted”, so are there any plans to use this collaboration such that the message of peace is broadcast to a wider audience? Being archived at Stanford is really nice for posterity, but are there no plans for exploiting this work to further peace at an International level? Just some thoughts, and my apologies in advance if I have missed something! That is happening more as I get older! 🙂

    • Thank you so much and for your thoughts, we are in the process of seeing what we can do for next year…given this was a spur of the moment project when we got started, we are proud of our accomplishments but as you pointed out there is still work to be done 🙂

  18. Reblogged this on Yesterday and today: Merril's historical musings and commented:
    I am pleased to be a part of this wonderful collaboration. #poetsforpeace
    (p. 65)

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  20. Such a wonderful chorus of voices here!

  21. How wonderful and many congratulations! Thank you also that we can download it.

  22. A lovely way to celebrate peace…thank you!

  23. Reblogged this on Jane Dougherty Writes and commented:
    You can read and download the poem for peace. It’s one long poem! 270 pages of it!

  24. Congrats Michael and Neha! And great timing since today is International Peace Day! to uniting our world family in peace.

  25. I am so excited and honored to have been a part of this collaboration! Congratulations and thank you to everyone who contributed! Our voices matter! 🙂

  26. Reblogged this on like mercury colliding… and commented:
    We are published! I am honored to have been a part of this inspiring collaboration (you can see my entries on pages 57-59). Please find a quiet corner and immerse yourself in this dream of peace for our world. The sheer diversity of entries from around the world is breathtaking! We are so much more alike in our hopes for peace than we are different! May you, may we all know peace and learn to love one another. ~ kat

  27. A huge thank you to everyone involved!

  28. Reblogged this on Trent's World (the Blog) and commented:
    Many poets contributed to this, including my very small contribution. Thanks Michael, Marie & Neha for pulling this together!

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  30. Reblogged this on As it Comes and commented:
    Huge News.

  31. Reblogged this on poems and paragraphs and commented:
    How wonderful to be a part of this beautiful project!

  32. This has been a very emotional read written by incredibly talented writers who all want the same thing: peace! This proves that peace is not just a fad. Thank you all!

  33. Reblogged this on learningtolivelikewaterblog and commented:
    #Poetsforpeace !!! Published! There is a lot of really amazing work in this collaboration! I’m so honored to contribute!

  34. Reblogged this on ashish-vision and commented:
    A grand collaboration of around 250 poets across the globe for the #PoetsForPeace. This collaboration is against violence. This got published in Praxis Magazine which is available in free downloadable PDF. Feeling proud to be a part for the same. Do have a look to go through some precious gems of all the poets across the globe. I was able to contribute one poem titled “Igniting the flame of serenity”. 🙂

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  36. Reblogged this on Soul Lines – Diary of a Soul Writer and commented:
    Exciting news everyone!

    The Poets for Peace initiative has wings on its back. We are now published online!

    http://www.praxismagonline.com/peace-poem-2016-poetsforpeace-collaboration/

    Our works will also be archived in the ‘Stanford University Archive’ of the ‘100,000 Poets for Change’ collection.

    My contribution appears pp.17-19 – Hailie Andersen.

    https://diaryofasoulwriter.wordpress.com/2016/06/13/disappearing-act/

    Thank you Michael, Marie and Neha for making it happen!

    Thank you Praxis for making our words of peace available for the world to read.

    Much love to you all!

    Hailie.

  37. Reblogged this on People and Hearts and commented:
    #PoetsForPeace

  38. 🙂 Thank you for Michael, Marie and Neha for making this happen. #PoetsForPeace

  39. Thank you Neha it’s really wonderful news!

  40. Congratulations and well done, it’s lovely to hear when new poets are published. Keep it up.

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