It’s time for peace

It is time! I hear the call

From all corners of the globe.

I saw them breaking the wall

In Berlin. I hear peace chanting far East

In Tienanmen Square …over there

Rolling through the green hills

Of China over India and Afghanistan.

South the equator, brothers in new

South Africa, united under one nation.

Echoed in Tahrir Square in Egypt

Time square NY, Champs-Elysee Paris-

Everywhere good people getting together, in the face of evil

In the face of war.  Behold, I see the white dove

Spreading out her wings, searching for that

Green olive branch to land-weary and sad.

People are holding up their hands

Together, everybody chanting, all of them saying:

No more hate, no more discrimination.

Our Earth is aching and bleeding

Pleading for her children-Calling for

Peace. Peace. Peace for all.



43 thoughts on “It’s Time for Peace©

  1. Sweet and beautiful soul, I love this poem. You have filled it with much truth and light, in the name of love for humankind. Your heart resonates with so much peace. Light and Blessings.

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    1. Your heart is full of compassion to reach out to me with these kind words, my friend. Thank you so much for your kindness, the world is a better and beautiful place with people like you. Thank you so much. Peace and blessings be with you.

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    1. Exactly, our sense of “trust and hope is fading”…exactly what the evil plotters’ intend to achieve..unless we keep the faith and stay vigilant and trust our humanity. Thank you for your kind and thoughtful comment.

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  2. Have you seen the call for poets for peace? It is a collaboration and a call to write for peace so that u voice might be heard, and our hopes and thoughts about today – searching for peace.
    If you are interested in contributing then go the nehas blog to submit in the comment section and she will add your contribution.


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  3. Hello! I am a fellow blogger on the Poets for Peace project. We are going to be published in Praxis Magazine On-Line, and I am assisting Neha from Forgotten Meadows to get your permission to publish your poem. You can either reply on her blog and leave your permission there, including your Name, name of your poems and something that says you give Praxis permission. It’s super cool because it will be published September 21 (International Peace Day). OR, you can email me the permission if that’s easier.

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    1. Thank you so much for the offer. I am grateful that my words can make a difference and our message for peace will be heard. If you please send me the link to Forgotten Meadows if possible. Thank you again and keep up the good work.


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