Poems About: PEACE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.Written In February 2000
You told me of the peace in Northern Ireland
And for lasting peace in Ireland you did pray
But now I hear that the hard won peace is endangered
Since the terrorists won't give their bombs and guns away. read more »Francis Duggan
350.Written In July 01
One might have thought that time would heal and hatred would subside
But politics, religion and so called patriotism the things that divide
And in Northern Ireland trouble once more brewing and old hatreds live on
And those for peace are left to rue the latest chance for peace near gone. read more »Francis Duggan
351.*** A NOBEL PRIZE FOR PEACE!
A NOBLE PRIZE FOR PEACE!
When the dove returned to Noah’s arch, -
With an olive branch in its beak,
Noah knew that the flood waters have begun read more »RAJ NANDY
What going on the internet,
daily topic expressions of hatred dislike and discrimination.
I love topic, friendly and peace.
But why this people don’t give a thought posting horrible pictures read more »see fee lee
353.I Respect Them
I respect them though the last post for them will not be played
And never in their honour will there be a parade
And yet their anthem for peace to my ears sounds so sweet
Those peace loving peace marchers who walk along the street. read more »Francis Duggan
354.In Dreams En Route To Stars
In Dreams En Route To Stars
Let Your Dreams Fuel The Stars read more »Ricardo Antunes
355.Solitary Shelter Vavroovahana patra
I desire a Solitary place in the lap of Nature;
Depicting verses mind would derive profound peace, pleasure.
Serene silent Nature provide, profound peace, delight;
Penning eternal poems derive peace, gaiety; read more »vavroovahana patra
When I cast a look around the world,
I marvel at what I see and hear.
Why, I ponder , is the world at war?
Why, I lament, should the world know no peace? read more »Mac Araromi
The sun has already disappeared beyond the treetops,
Come let us go and welcome the Sabbath Queen, read more »Hayyim Nahman Bialik
358.The Peace Women Drum On Their Peace Drums
The Peace Women drum on their peace drums in hope that the war men may hear
The war men who wage war on others the influential bullies who live far from here
The bullies who wage their so called war on terror who themselves are responsible for brutal acts of shame
Yet the bombing and murdering continues despite the blame and counter blame. read more »Francis Duggan
The world is full of hurt.
Everyone has a little dirt.
Anyone can stop the hurt.
Bye rubbing off all the dirt. read more »Devyn Zielanski
Flowers grow in the grass,
Baby footfalls pass
Over the fields once red,
Over the hero's head— read more »Harriet Monroe