Posts Tagged: poetry

Migrant Tales Literary: Words are overrated

By Suva Words resonate distinctly affecting the dichotomous semblance that we face in our assumptions, in our perceptions that we get triggered most often by getting the signal that misleads the essence of what is displayed hereon. Someone said earlier that- in the beginning is the word – possibly can be replaced with- in the

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Anonymous: Humanity ushers

  By Anonymous Humanity humanity we speak of issues of humanity can`t stay tight-lipped against brutality spur reactions toward our predicament deliberate on issues of humanity humanity………………….……. humanity you are a fresh breath against worlds insanity enlightens on pervading concerns against humanity draw boundary between humanity and inhumanity you spell genuine surface of humanity quell

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Migrant Tales Literary: Roxana Crisólogo Correa at kymmenen runoilijaa

Migrant Tales readers have had the opportunity to read Roxana Crisólogo Correa’s poetry. The presentation below of “Kymmenen runoilijaa,” in Helsinki was part of a poetry concert with other poets like Anja Erämaja, Marcel Jaentschke, Hashim Matouq, Inger-Mari Aikio-Arianaick, Polina Kopylova, Diana Mistera, Nzar Kwestani and Signmark. The concert included the participation of the musician Sergio Castrillón

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Migrant Tales literary blog?

Would launching a separate “little” literary blog (Migrant Tales “Little”?) be a good idea? It would publish poetry, short stories, short plays, drawings. anecdotes, and pictures of our lives in Finland and elsewhere. Depending on how this lifts off, we could even organize contests.

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