Noris Roberts I was born in the city of Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela Graduated as a lawyer in Universidad Santa Maria, in Caracas, Venezuela In 2002, “The Mirror of the Soul”, a collection of poems, was published in a limited edition that was sold privately to gather funds for a healthcare foundation for poverty stricken children. At the present time I am working on my second collection of poems by "Whose fault is it?" which is a connection between injustice and hope. I’m also in the process of writing a Literary Diary which will published soon. My work has been translated into: English, French, Italian and Portuguese and I have participated in multitudinous online literary magazines and published in several international poetry anthologies. I have 3 websites: "De Letra en Letra" and "Palabras Pinceladas" (not updated) and the most recent "Stairs". They have part of my work and include poems and short stories published in Spanish, English, French and Italian. Both websites include sections which other authors have published their poems. For my constant work on behalf of the international relations and human sciences, culture and for increasing worldwide relations amongst people, I was appointed to represent Venezuela as Universal Ambassador of Peace from Cercle Universel des Ambassadeurs De La Paix France/Suisse, and in 2014 I was awarded with Naji Naaman’s Literary Prize for my poem “Mi poesía es” and named honorary member of Maison Naaman pour la Culture. I also carry out an on-going project in where I publish in YouTube ( my poems, that are read or sung by people from any country and in any language. This, up to now, has involved poets, singers, musicians, broadcasters, among others, and is intended to convey a message of love, peace, freedom. Through this I aim to unite people, avoid political boundaries, avoid religious conflicts, discrimination, etc. Everything is done “Pro Bono”. Results: 31 videos up to now. Recently some of my poems have been used as lyrics for songs. This for me has been something very exciting and enjoyable. To sum everything up: I struggle with the upmost conviction that we can build a better world through love, tolerance and peace, without boundaries or prejudices. I firmly believe that people should share and exchange ideas, feelings and thoughts. What I wish most is freedom of speech, liberty for all nations, no more wars, bloodshed or injustice, a safe world and above all peace and happiness for all human beings.

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

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Susan Mullan

Sun 14th Sep 2014 14:45

I was just introduced to your poetry through "Into the Bardo". Wow! You are an amazing person, my sorrows were uplifted simply by your words. When one is struggling with the pain and suffering from a deep injustice your words match those feelings and brought me comfort!

May you be blessed to continue your good work and please keep informed when there is any way that we can help!
I am struggling to make a connection myself between injustice and hope right now, so I am looking forward to your new project.

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Marianne Louise Daniels

Fri 14th Sep 2012 09:46

Hello Noris,

I have been reading your poetry and I am hooked! They are charged and breathtaking, beautiful and defiant.

"when you sentenced your goodbye

without consulting God" love this.

Thank you for sharing


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Tue 17th Jul 2012 23:57

wow! thank you so much Noris
for such beautiful comments
that you put on our profile page.

We will never forget them
or all the fantastic efforts you put in
to help those less fortunate.

The world needs more people like you.
We hope you continue reaching all your goals
and that whoever is or becomes closely loved
by you will be so so lucky.

Your inspiration
means a great deal to us both.

The greatest of thanks Noris.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Noris Roberts

Tue 17th Jul 2012 02:48

Thank you Patricia, Stefan and Ann for your welcome and very happy that you enjoyed my website.

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Mon 13th Feb 2012 20:41

Welcome to WOL Noris.
what a wonderful biography!
well done indeed for donations to the poor kids.

Our very best regards to you.xx

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Ann Foxglove

Sun 12th Feb 2012 10:32

Hi Noris - welcome to WOL. I enjoyed taking a look at your website. Peace, love and poetry - seems like a good combination to me! I hope you will enjoy being a part of WOL.

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