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09 Jun 2011

ROAD TO THE SOUTH: Echoes of the meeting in Serbia

SERBIA-Belgrade [English-Español-Serbio]: The language they write in 'had unified' for the first time the poets of the Writers Association of Serbia and the Serbian Literary Society to hold a collegiate evening of poetry 'Poetry and the mother tongue' held in honor of the 21st February - International Mother Language Day. Although the Great Hall of the House of writers of Serbia in Francuska Street No 7 wasn't heated and despite the bad weather, the poets and the audience were for nearly two hours reciting and listening to healing verses chosen to celebrate the word.

The initiator and organizer of the program, a poet and Ambassador of the Movement Poetas del Mundo in Serbia Duska Vrhovac addressed the audience with an invitation to join this poetic movement, founded in 2005. in Chile, which has already gained over 7,300 members in 120 countries, as reactions to existing international literary organizations that are highly politicized.

'The movement is completely independent, members pay no dues, and the aim is to turn the word into a real force capable of affecting the fate of the world, because the writers have a mission to fight only in their own words for the rights of all and for the preservation of the planet' said Mrs.Vrhovac.

Mrs. Vrhovac said that these days in Chile the first Festival of 'Poets of the World' is taking place and one poet is participating - Aleksandar Milosevic, originally from Serbia and now lives in Sweden, but he will honor the International Day of Mother Tongue there to read his poetry in Serbian.

In order to hear another mother tongue but Serbian which this evening was held in and dedicated to, a guest from Italy, a member of the Movement 'Poets of the World' Monika Osnato recited verses in her mother tongue, Italian.

Afterwards, poets Slobodan Rakitic, Dusko Novakovic, Milica Jeftimijevic Lilic, Milan Miletic, Tomislav Stevanovic, Vojislav Karanovic, Dragan Jovanovic Danilov, Mico Cvijetić and Bratislav R. Milanovic were reciting their verses and discussing about importance of mother tongue.

Mrs.Vrhovac appealed to everyone who can contribute to improve the poor state of the language culture in Serbia and to develop awareness that language must be cherished. She stressed that the special responsibility have the media, regardless of whether printed or electronic ones.

Belgrade, February 21st 2011

Duska Vrhovac
[Embajadora - Serbia] PPdM:

http://www.poetasdelmundo.com/verInfo_europa.asp?ID=6995


CAMINO AL SUR: Ecos del encuentro en Serbia
Poetas en el elogio de la lengua materna
Belgrado, 21 de febrero 2011


La lengua que escriben en 'había unificado' por primera vez los poetas de la Asociación de Escritores de Serbia y de la Sociedad Literaria de Serbia para celebrar una velada colegial de la poesía 'La poesía y la lengua materna', celebrado en honor del 21 de febrero - Internacional de la Madre Día del Idioma. Aunque la Gran Sala de la Cámara de los escritores de Serbia en la calle Francuska n º 7 no se calentó y, a pesar del mal tiempo, los poetas y el público fueron durante casi dos horas recitando y escuchando a la curación versos escogidos para celebrar la palabra.

El iniciador y organizador del programa, un poeta, y el Embajador del Movimiento Poetas del Mundo en Serbia Duska Vrhovac dirigió a la audiencia con una invitación a unirse a este movimiento poético, fundada en 2005. en Chile, que ya ha ganado más de 7.300 miembros en 120 países, como reacciones a las organizaciones internacionales existentes literarias que son altamente politizado.

\'El movimiento es totalmente independiente, los miembros no pagan cuotas, y el objetivo es convertir la palabra en una fuerza real capaz de afectar el destino del mundo, porque los escritores tienen la misión de luch