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Aleksandar Milosevic
Nacionalidad:
Suecia
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Biografia
Jag vill inte hata

Srjer ver fallna
lv,
som tcker jorden.
Jag hatar vinden,
som sliter lv frn
trdens grenar.

Srjer ver blommor,
som vissna
ligger utspridda
ver marken.
Jag hatar solen,
som brnner blommor.

Srjer ver fiskar,
som kvvs
med kroppar nedsnkta
i gyttja.
Jag hatar floden,
som drnker jorden.

Srjer ver fglar,
som genom sin lnga flykt
gdslar jordens marker
med sina sjlar.
Jag hatar huliganer
som river deras bo.

Stockholm 1998

S skall det inte frbli

Ngon sa att vi r asfalt,
som skall trampas ner.

Och s blev det.

Ngon sa att vi skall
tvingas i hrda former.

Och s blev det.

Det sas att vi skall
hjrntvttas.

Och s blev det.

Men stanna, mina herrar!
Lt oss leva i fred.

Ta sjlva hand om era svarta fr,
vi har vra herdar,
som skall ta hand om vra.

Helsinki 2000

Frodig jord

Idag lskar jag dig
mera n i gr.

Drfr skall jag
en dag
sprngas av
min krlek.

Drunka i egna trar.

Du skall aldrig veta,
hur ofta jag strcker
mina hnder mot dig.

Sjlv
visste jag inte,
hur djupt du finns i mig,
hur dina rtter har
spridit sig.

Gjorde av mig,
frodig jord,
beredd till vxt,
frukter,
livet. Belgrad 2009

biografia:
Aleksandar Milosevic


Jag r lkare och har jugoslavisk, finsk och svensk lkarbehrighet.
Jag r medlem av Serbiska, Svenska och Finska frfattarfbundet.
Jag brjade skriva poesi p 60-talet och prisbelnats vid flera poesi-festivaler.

Poemas de ALEKSANDAR MILOSEVIC.
[Traducidos del sueco al castellano por Cecilia Valds Miranda].

NO QUIERO ODIAR.

Dolido
por las hojas cadas
que cubren la tierra.
Odio al viento
que arranca las hojas
de las ramas del rbol.

Dolido por las flores
que, marchitas, yacen
esparcidas sobre la tierra.
Odio al sol
que quema a las flores.

Dolido por los peces
que se asfixian,
con sus cuerpos hundidos
en el lodo.
Odio al ro
que inunda la tierra.

Dolido por las aves
que, en su largo vuelo,
abonan la tierra.
Odio a los brbaros
que destruyen sus nidos.


MI TIERRA FLORECIENTE.

Hoy te amo
mucho ms que ayer.
Por ello, un da,
de amor
explotar.

Ahogado en mis propias lgrimas.

Yo mismo no saba
cun profundo
ests en m,
cmo tus races
se han extendido.

Tierra floreciente,
hecha por m,
dispuesto a dar plantas,
frutos,
la vida.


Belgrado, 1969-1970.


AS NO PUEDE CONTINUAR.

Alguien dijo que somos asfalto
para ser pisoteado.

Y as fue.

Alguien dijo que nos obligaran
a estados duros.

Y as fue.

Se dijo que nos lavaran
el cerebro.

Y as fue.

Pero, !Alto seores!
!Djennos vivir en paz!

Cuiden sus propias ovejas negras,
nosotros tenemos nuestros pastores
para cuidar las nuestras.

BIOGRAPHY 27.03.2009
Dr ALEKSANDAR MILOEVIĆ

Dr Aleksandar Saa Miloević, a medical doctor by profession and a poet by avocation, was born on the 21st

July 1940 in Ohrid, Macedonia. His family, father Vladimir and mother Vaskresija [maiden name Pop Stefanija],

enjoyed a 150 year- long teaching family tradition.

Aleksandar completed his primary and secondary education in Čaćak, a small town in the heart of Serbia.

There he spent a lot of time with his father, who was a great admirer of the amateurs theatre Abraević.

Aleksandar played a part in both theatre plays and specially adapted short Serbian folk tales.

His grandfather, Aleksandar Miloević, was one of the founders of the newspaper Čačanski glas

[The Voice of Čačak]. The upbringing of young Aleksandar helped him to become the founder

of Tribina mladih the Cultural Institute for Young People and their Development in Čačak, 1958.

As a twelve year-old boy, away from home, dealing with financial hardship both in his school

and student days, Aleksandar undertook many jobs and worked very hard. In particular, he worked

as a milk delivery boy in the early morning hours in Belgrade, as described in 1963 by journalist

Vuk Trnavski from the Belgrade daily newspaper Politika. In the evenings Aleksandar participated

in the cultural activities of the Medical Club, and with their drama group won third place as a

conductor and actor at the Theatre Festival of the Students of Medicine of Europe, in Warsaw,

Poland in 1961, as they performed the play Trojica [The Three Men] written by Marjan Matković.

During his student days Aleksandar founded the Poetry Group and organized Poetry Reading Evenings

at the Faculty of Medicine and other places such as the Cultural Centre Djuro Salaj and the Academy

for Theatre, Radio and Television in Belgrade. He was very successful in presenting Jacques Preverts poetry there.

Aleksandar wrote many literary works during his medical studies. Most were written in prose

and published in local newspapers. His poem Tih dana [Those were the Days] was written there

in 1962. This poem was updated in 1998/99 under a new title: Tih i ovih dana [Then and Now].

After graduating from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Medicine, in 1969, Aleksandar was the

first in his family not to follow the long family tradition of teaching. He was drafted and served

compulsory military service for a year. Shortly afterwards he left Serbia, then part of Yugoslavia,

and travelled to Italy, Sweden and Finland, finally settling in both Sweden and Finland.

Dr Aleksandar Miloević was the first medical doctor of Yugoslav origin in Finland. Very soon he

became a member of the Cultural FinnishYugoslav Association, where he established the first

course for Finns who wanted to learn Serbo-Croat, his native language. The name of the course

was Learn Serbo-Croatian in Finnish, and for this he wrote the first handbook in 1971. He held this

course for several years, with over 120 students. The Association is still in existence.

From Finland, from time to time, Dr Miloević travelled to China. At the International Institute

for Acupuncture, University of Beijing, he studied acupuncture. His interests were mainly concentrated

on pain-free child delivery, and he researched this topic both at the University of Medicine in

Helsinki and the Clinic of Gynaecology in Beijing. In 1977/78, at the University Clinic of Gynaecology

in Helsinki [Naistenklinikka Helsingin Yliopistollinen Keskus Sairaala], Dr Miloević was the first to use

acupuncture treatment for pain-free child delivery. He presented his work A study of pain relief

with acupuncture in connection with delivery at Congress in Colombo Sri Lanka in 1993 in front

of 1200 participants. After that he was honoured with the title of Professor of Acupuncture from

the Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Beijing - Colombo December 1993,

The Open International University, Faculty of Complementary Medicines.

In Sweden, together with four colleagues, and with the permission of the Ministry of Health,

Dr Miloević helped to establish acupuncture healing treatments in 1983. Previously, such treatment

by medical staff had been strictly forbidden in Sweden. Nowadays this is the most procured therapy

of alternative medicine in Sweden. Dr Milosevic is still working on the Foundation Board of

the Association of Swedish Doctors for Acupuncture Therapy.

In the 1980s and early 1990s, in both Sweden and Finland, Dr Miloević made significant contributions

to public recognition and acceptance of acupuncture treatment as an alternative therapy. In 1994,

he helped organize the first Nordic Exhibition for Alternative Therapy in Medicine, in Stockholm.

Dr Miloević participated in numerous international medical activities, as a volunteer for the international

humanitarian organization Emmaus, similar to the Red Cross. On the island of Java, Indonesia,

he participated in the treatment of patients suffering from leprosy, where he applied acupuncture in

their treatment. He spent two years, between 1985 and 1986, in the childrens shelter Yayasan Penghibur Jepara.

During this time Dr Milosevic also reinforced his professional status as a Doctor of Medicine. He was certified

in medical fields in both Western and Eastern Medicines: anaesthesiology [in Finland], general medicine

and occupational medicine [in Sweden] and acupuncture [in China].

Dr Milosevic did scientific research on numerous medications, with greatest success with the pain killer

VoltarenCiba. His work was published in the American Medical newsletter Current Therapeutic Research

No. 6, in December 1988. In April 1998 the German newsletter Merc published his research on Emconcor

a medication for lowering the high blood pressure which was based on knowledge obtained at a seminar for

the treatment of increased blood pressure at the University of Cambridge, England 1994. This work,

to which several of his colleagues had also contributed, was presented at the Open International Meeting of

Medicine in Darmstadt Germany, 1998.

Aleksandar continued to write poetry, in particular dedicating it to children including his own, AleksandraIrja

and VladimirEsu. His poetry was written in Serbian, Finnish and Russian.

The spiritual strength to overcome all the difficulties he was faced with, Aleksandar drew from the lyrics he wrote.

Aleksandar participated in several poetry festivals in Sweden: in Vasteras 1984 and 1985, Malmo 1993, Stockholm 2001,

Goteborg 2002, where he received literary awards and certificates. He presented his poetry at Poetry Reading

Evenings all over Sweden, Helsinki [Finland], Beijing [China], Cacak and Belgrade [Serbia], Sapporo [Japan],

New York and Los Angeles [USA], Paris [France], Frankfurt [Germany], Bucharest [Romania], Sofia [Bulgaria],

Struga [Macedonia], Herceg Novi [Montenegro], Havana [Cuba] ...

Aleksandar Milosevic won the second prize for satire in Frankfurt 2004.

On 23rd March 2005 Aleksandar Milosevic became one of the founders and the first President of

the Serbian Literary Association Milo Crnjanski in Stockholm.

Through the Education Advancement Institute in Stockholm, Aleksandar Milosevic contributed to publication

of the dictionary SvensktSerbiskt lexikon [Svedsko-srpski recnik], 2005.

The Union of Associations of Veterans of the Liberation Wars in Serbia from 1912-1920 and their descendants

honoured him on 11th November 2005, at the competition for patriotic poetry, for his poem To my People,

published in his book Then and Now, Narodna knjiga 2002. There, Dr Aleksandar Miloević received

the Certificate of Commendation for his consistent contribution to the preservation and development of traditions

of the liberation wars of Serbia, the strengthening of the morale of the people and support of his native country in

the face of current adversities.

The Cultural and Educational Association of Serbia honoured him with the Golden Pin on 26th December 2005 in

Belgrade for his selfless and long term work and creative contribution to the promotion of Serbian culture.

Belgrade for his selfless and long term work and creative contribution to the promotion of Serbian culture.

In August 2006, during the Poetry Evenings in Boka Montenegro, Aleksandar Milosevic received a special diploma

for his poem Heroism above All.

On 23rd December 2006 the Association of Writers of Serbia honoured him with a Certificate of Commendation

for his lasting contribution to the reputation and development of the Association.

On 11th April 2007 the Ministry for the Diaspora of the Republic of Serbia honoured him with a Certificate of

Commendation for his work in developing and maintaining links between Serbia and the Diaspora, protection

of national, cultural and religious rights of the people in the Diaspora and for his selfless help to the Serbian people.

In June 2007 Aleksandar Milosevic was elected as honorary member of the Mediterranean Academy Miladinov Brothers

in Struga, Macedonia and received the title of Academic.

On 18 July 2007 Aleksandar Milosevic won First Prize for Theatrical Presentation at the International Poetry Festival

The Sun and the Moon at Curtea de Arges, Bucharest.

On 28th January 2009 Aleksandar Milosevic, on behalf of the Serbian Literary Association Milos Crnjanski in Stockholm,

received a letter from His Royal Highness Crown Prince Aleksandar II of Serbia. In the letter Prince Aleksandar II expressed

his appreciation of, and support for, the activities and contribution of this Association to the development and

promotion of Serbian literature. He regarded the activities of Aleksandar Milosevic and the other members of the

Association to be very significant and wished them success in continuing with important work.

Aleksandar Miloević is a member of the following literary Associations:

- Association of Writers of Serbia [Udruzenje knjizevnika Srbije] from 1999

- Association of Writers of Sweden [Sveriges Forfattarforbund] from 2003

- Finnish Literary Association [Uudenmaan Kirjoittajat ry] from 2006

- Swedish Centre of Writers for the East [Forfattarcentrum Ost] from 2007

Aleksandar writes poetry in five languages: Serbian, Macedonian, Swedish, Finnish and Russian.

He has published nine poetry collections:

Noćna brojanica [Nightly Rosary] - Singidunum, Belgrade, 2000, 886.1-1; ID-844505572

Aleksandrine pesme [Poems to Aleksandra, A Collection of Poems dedicated to Children] - Narodna knjiga,

Belgrade 2001, ISBN 86-331-0398-2

Tih i ovih dana ['Then and Now'] - Narodna knjiga, Belgrade 2002, ISBN 86-331-0456-3

Izlazeće sunce, Dunav i uta reka [The Rising Sun, the Danube and the Yellow River] Dereta,

Belgrade 2003, ISBN 86-7346-276-2

Den vita drmmen under molnen [The White Dream beneath the Clouds] - Bospa forlag, Stockholm 2003,

published in Swedish, ISBN 91-973342-2-7

Najmalata jagula na svetot [The Smallest Eel in the World] - Matica Makedonska,

Skopje 2005, published in Macedonian, ISBN 9989-48-560-7

Sydmest vuotaa verta [Bleeding Heart] - Uudenmaan Kirjoittajat ry, Helsinki 2007, published in Finnish,

ISBN 978-952-92-1467-9; this book was also translated into Chinese

Eliksir ivota [Elixir of Life] - Editura Academiei Internationale, Orient-Occident, Bucharest 2007,
published in Serbian, Romanian and Swedish, ISBN 978-973-8430-43-3
Nepoznati gost [Unknown Guest] - Svet knjige Belgrade 2008, ISBN 978-86-396-168-2 [SK]

Aleksandars poetry is included in over thirty Anthologies. His favourites are:

Kletva [The Curse] Association of Writers of Serbia, Belgrade 1999, ID 77835020

Srpska truba [The Serbian Trumpet] - Narodno delo, Belgrade 2004, ISBN 86-7527-021-6

Andjeo, ime, PLAMEN [Angel, Name, FLAME] - Knjievna zajednica Jugoslavije, Belgrade 2004,
ISBN 86-83827-75-5

Poj due [Singing from the Soul] A Collection of Spiritual Poetry written by Poets of
the Diaspora published by: Svetigora, Mitropolitan of Montenegro and Primorje 2005, ISBN 86-7660-011-2

umadijske $3>fore [$3>phors from Sumadia] for 2005-2006-2007 published in Mladenovac Serbia 2008,
ISBN 86-7191-083-0; ISBN 86-7191-100-4; ISBN 978-86-7191-114-6

Stopama Crnjanskog [In the Footsteps of Crnjanski] Published for the occasion of the celebration of
10 years of the Association of Serbian Writers in Frankfurt, Frankfurt 2005, ISBN 86-83945-08-1

Sedmica [The Seven Writers] Frankfurt, for 2005, 2006, 2007, ISBN 978-86-85685-19-4

O Srbijo, mila mati [Oh, Serbia, Mother Dearest], Barajevo Serbia 2007, ISBN 978-86-84243-08-1

Zbornik poezije i proze [A Collection of Poetry and Prose], Serbian Literary Association Milos Crnjanski,
Stockholm 2007, ISBN 978-91-976593-0-7

The Sun and the Moon - Academiei internationale, Bucharest 2007,
ISBN 978-973-8430-47-1

Labinka [A Collection of Poetry Labinka] Blagoj G. Kičeec, Ohrid Macedonia 2007, ISBN 978-9989-115-37-0

Privatna zbirka - Portret banjske due [The Private Collection Portrait of the Spa Soul] by the poet
Ruica Jovanović, Vranje Serbia 2004, ISBN 86-83823-13-X

gat r strre n Himmelen [The Eye is Bigger than the Sky] Belgrade, Gatos, 2005

Dr Aleksandar Milosevic is married and his Chinese wife Qun helps him greatly with her patience and wisdom.

They live in Stockholm [Sweden] and they also spend time in Helsinki [Finland], Belgrade [Serbia] and Budva [Montenegro].

In Stockholm, 27th March 2009

aleksandar.milosevic@hotmail.com

 

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