Peace Poems: 7

In times of furor Walls won’t silence this music These songs of freedom Listen, says the nightingale, Fervor is tempered with grace  

Starseeds

As seven swans peel back dark skies On this soft feathered morning Stars seeds in their beaks A fleet of shadows on frosted ground On this soft feathered morning Dancing over grass in unity A fleet of shadows on frosted ground A ladder of pearls shimmers Dancing over grass in unity Stars seeds in their... Continue Reading →

Peace Poems: 6

On this perpetually turning planetDressed in blue green garmentsWe circle the sunWithout beginning or en Dressed in blue green garmentsWe sing, arms linked in a spiral danceWithout beginning or endThe rainbow touches us all We sing, arms linked in a spiral danceOur hands aglow with gathered lightThe rainbow touches us allStreaming from mountains to sea... Continue Reading →

Peace Poems:5

Granny serves tea in dainty cups Steel gray hair tied in a loose bun She knits hats for refugees while she sings Her heart occupied with love Steel gray hair tied in a loose bun Despite the weather she does her work Her heart occupied with love She plants seeds with young children Despite the... Continue Reading →

Peace Poems: 2

Last night he tore down Hard walls enclosing his heart A frightful storm raged Listen, says the nightingale, Grow valor rooted in peace

Peace Poems:1

We’ll stand united When roses cease their blooming In peaceful protest Till then, says the nightingale, Let’s join together in song

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