Alexandro Johns

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Alexandro Johns Poems

121. Terrorismo De Guerra 4/5/2016
122. Sonnet To Thought 3/17/2016
123. The Tree Of Inequality 1/28/2016
124. The End Of Our Era 7/17/2016
125. Haiku 8/1/2016
126. Soneto A Mí Mismo. 3/3/2016
127. The Cost Of Terror And Two Chilean Women 1/11/2016
128. Soneto En El Desierto 12/20/2015
129. Confesión De Un Individuo 9/26/2015
130. Sonnet As A Lament 12/16/2015
131. Liturgy 12/2/2015
132. Río Sin Tiempo 11/24/2015
133. Old Friends Meet 9/23/2015
134. She In My Memory 7/29/2015
135. Requiescat Mother 8/15/2015
136. Invasores De Europa 8/5/2015
137. Invaders Of Europe 8/5/2015
138. Sonnet To Heartbreak 1/4/2016
139. Terrorism Of War 4/12/2016
140. Candado Bajo La Lluvia 10/15/2015
141. Royal Safary 8/27/2015
142. Two Dead Children From Syria 9/5/2015
143. Forgiveness To God 8/23/2016

Comments about Alexandro Johns

  • Fabrizio Frosini Fabrizio Frosini (12/17/2015 1:46:00 PM)

    After the murdering of so many innocent people in Paris, on November 13th,2015, a publishing project came about... I gave it the title: ‘POETRY AGAINST TERROR’, as a tribute to the countless victims of terror, worldwide.
    I invited many poets to join me, so to write an ebook together. ALEXANDRO was among the very first to answer.
    The book, which is an anthology of poetry, is a compilation of poems written by 64 poets from 42 different countries from all over the world. THEIR NAMES, in alphabetical order:
    Sayeed Abubakar, Bangladesh
    Alexandro Acevedo Johns, Chile
    Saadat Tahir Ali, Pakistan (KSA)
    Paul Amrod, USA (Germany)
    Leah Ayliffe, Canada
    Khaoula Basty, Tunisia
    Lawrence Beck, USA
    Daniel J. Brick, USA
    Sophy Chen, China
    Terence George Craddock, New Zealand
    Sahra Hussein Dahir, Somalia
    Driss Ezzireg, Morocco
    Geoffrey Fafard, Australia
    Weiyao Feng, China
    Grant Fraser, UK
    Fabrizio Frosini, Italy
    Negar Gorji, Iran
    Bright Kwamina Grantson, Ghana
    Dilantha Gunawardana, Sri Lanka
    Nosheen Irfan, Pakistan
    Galina Italyanskaya, Russia
    Afrooz Jafarinoor, Iran
    Farzad Jahanbani, Iran
    Vincent Chizoba John, Nigeria
    Kinyua Karanja, Kenya
    Sofia Kioroglou, Greece
    Varghese Kuncheria, India (Oman)
    Kelly Kurt, USA
    Lionel Lerch aka Cocteau Mot Lotov, France
    Birgit Linder, Germany (HK)
    Tapera Makadho, Zimbabwe
    Kenneth Maswabi, Botswana
    Denzel Mbatha, South Africa
    Mallika Menon, India
    Leloudia Migdali, Greece
    Asoke Kumar Mitra, India
    Zoran Mitrović (Neran Sati) , Croatia
    Istvan Molnar, Sweden
    Souren Mondal, India
    Anitah Muwanguzi, Uganda
    Bharati Nayak, India
    Valsa George Nedumthallil, India
    Srijana Neupane (KC) , Nepal
    Eunice Barbara Novio, Philippines (Thailand)
    Fatima Obaid, Pakistan
    Marcondes Pereira, Brazil
    Sajee Rayaroth, Australia
    Marianne Larsen Reninger, USA
    Terry Robinson (HE George) , UK
    Rizwan Saleem, Pakistan (UAE)
    Leila Samarrai, Serbia
    Kirti Sharma, India
    Anzylyne Shideshe, Kenya (Germany)
    Osiel Silverino da Silva, Brazil
    Pamela Sinicrope, USA
    Petra Soliman, Egypt (GCC)
    Douglas Stewart, USA
    Udaya R. Tennakoon, Sri Lanka (Switzerland)
    Richard Thézé, UK (Germany)
    Savita Tyagi, USA
    Mai Venn, Ireland
    Niken Kusuma Wardani, Indonesia
    Snir Yacoby, Israel
    Asma Zenjali, Morocco

    I wish to say ''thank you'' to each of them.
    Our ebook will be published first at Amazon, on December 20.
    Then at (at the end of March 2016) where everybody will be able to download the book free

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Best Poem of Alexandro Johns

Forgiveness To God

We must forgive God
for the pain in the world,
we know the enigma in beauty
but we are tired of killing by its name

The passion of God's breath
doesn't allow us to die forever
so in a fiction eternal
we are devoured by the present

God's voice in the milky way
is stellar silence to our requests.

Read the full of Forgiveness To God

The Father

Before I could see him twice he crossed The Andes;
later he married in Argentine and never again returned.
I stopped the visiting to grandmother and uncles,
then we would cross in the streets without looking each other.

Already in the school my fellows asked me where was him,
the only time that secretly I start to cry for its absence.
I became another castaway from the sea of infants
looking for a nomad magician or perhaps a Puss in Boots

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