how did you like the last edition of the VoicesNet
Visions Literary Journal? We try to bring you
diverse topics but also want to focus on poetry
and writing, too.
this edition, we will do just that! We start
off by letting you read the top 3 poems from
our last VoicesNet Anthology V International
Poetry competition. Congratulations
go out to the top 3 authors and also to the
thousands of other authors who participated
in this great competition.
Then we present to you a contributing article
from a friend of ours named Ucha Sakhltkhutsishvili
from the Georgian Republic, which was once a
part of the former Soviet Union or USSR. Ucha
is one of VoicesNet's International Poetry Ambassadors.
The Soviet Union was dismantled and became
many separate countries after the end of the
historic Cold War at the end of the 20th Century.
Ucha wrote us a special article on Poetry in
the Georgian Republic and I think that you will
really like it.
Our last article in this edition is a very
thought provoking article written by Seshendra
Sharma, who is from India and who is also one
of VoicesNet's International Poetry Ambassadors!
||Seshendra's article, along
with Ucha's article, are very deep and intellectual
and thought provoking, so we hope that you
like that aspect of the articles. You will
feel smarter after you read them.
Well, the leaves are about to
fall, and everything outside is changing colors
and many things inside are also changing colors,
albeit maybe not in such an evident manner.
Check out the new website look
and feel at www.VoicesNet.com.
We feel the look is much more indicative of
what we are are all about and felt that we all
deserved a fresh new better look.
To all of you out there dealing with addicitions,
abuse, neglect, mental problems, relationship
troubles, parent issues, family issues, or physical
disabilities, we wish you the chance to change
as the seasons change. We encourage you to have
the courage to attack all of the challenges
that life is now throwing at you! You can get
through it! You can!
Visions Literary Journal Staff.