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Spreading the message of love is the very purpose of my poetry, says Johanna Devadayavu

Athens (Greece): In the beautiful universe, everything is connected with an unbreakable string of love, promoting the same is the very purpose of my poetry, said Johanna Devadayavu, noted poet and humanitarian. She was speaking during the ‘Meet the Author’ programme conducted by Writers Capital Foundation in association with the Writers International edition.

“I mostly write about love. When I say love, it could be love, it could be about the energy that is all around us from which everything evolves. In all my poems readers would find an alignment with this concept,” said Johanna. “This greater love dwells in everyone. Some are aware of it and nurture it into unfolding something magnificent in their lives, but some strangle it. My poems are aimed to touch the heart of people so that they will nurture this love in their hearts and do something beautiful in their lives and make it meaningful,” she added.

Greek authors Pantelis Hatzis and Elena Karabi also attended the event. Secretary General of Writers Capital Foundation Prof. Irene Doura Kavadia presided over the programme. Dr. Janatha Ramanathan introduced the author. The weekly programme of WCIF, ‘Meet the Author’ introduces popular authors from across the world who have marked their presence in the sphere of literature with their significant works.

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Irene Doura
Irene Doura
1 month ago

MEET the AUTHOR programme – A memorable session full of light, love and humanitarian messages by esteemed author, poet and humanitarian, Johanna Devadayavou, who gave us an insight into her unique verses. Touching messages of solidarity were also conveyed by authors Elena Karabi and Pantelis Hatzis, advocates of organ donation. Congratulations to all and the rest of the guests from across the world!

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