Day 41: Janith Prabashwara Perera


Poetry has the power to embrace the hearts of the audience. Haiku poems use an economy of words to give a deeper level of meaning. This Peace Offering attempts to present thoughts, ideas, concepts, and food-for-thought that can inspire the readers to embrace peace and non-violence into their day-to-day activities and lifestyle and advocate for world peace and harmony. The poems could be published on social media as well as in an anthology. The poems could be used specifically in future training as ice-breakers and introductory thoughts that can initiate dialogue and discussion.


Peace ambassador and advocate Janith Prabashwara Perera is an emerging youth and peace activist from Sri Lanka. Professionally, he is a lecturer cum trainer in English competency, Leadership Skills & Soft Skill Development, and Peacebuilding & Conflict Resolution. Prabashwara is a member of the Youth Peace Panel of Sri Lanka delivered by the United Nations. He is a two-time finalist at the UNYD program and is an internationally awarded poet and writer.


I invite everyone to read my short poems and like, comment and share on Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms.

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