Top 100 Poems About: PEACE
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
49.Peace Be With You
The man was seated in a pew,
his wife and children, read more »C.J. Heck
50.The Bankrupt Peace-Maker
I opened the ink-well and smoke filled the room.
The smoke formed the giant frog-cat of my doom.
His web feet left dreadful slime tracks on the floor.
He had hammer and nails that he laid by the door. read more »Vachel Lindsay
51.War And Peace
War is Peace
Peace is War
War unites against read more »Nate Snowball
52.Peace Is A Fiction Of Our Faith
Peace is a fiction of our Faith—
The Bells a Winter Night read more »Emily Dickinson
53.War And Peace
"This war is a terrible thing," he said,
"With its countless numbers of needless dead;
A futile warfare it seems to me,
Fought for no principle I can see. read more »Franklin Pierce Adams
54.Sonnet To Peace Of Mind
Sweet Peace! ah, lead me from the thorny dale,
Where desolate my wand'ring steps have fled;
Far from the sunny paths which others tread,
While youth enlivens, and while joys prevail. read more »Helen Maria Williams
55.Love, Joy, Peace And Presence
My love for you,
How rich in depth?
For joy to cherish,
For peace to restore, read more »Christian Eliab Ratnam
56.Peace, Peace, Peace
In the Bible-God says, let there
be peace among all nations.
Peace is something to cherish
and behold...whether in heart read more »Viola B. Jelinek
57.Peace, Peace, Peace
Peace, peace, peace,
World wants peace,
You are right Nandita
I do agree, but read more »gajanan mishra
58.The Peace Of Dives
The Word came down to Dives in Torment where he lay: read more »Rudyard Kipling
WORLD PEACE, is what we now NEED.
Forget the STRIFE! Let go of GREED.
Give up your ANGER, and abandon HATE!
REPLACE that PAIN, with LOVE and FAITH. read more »Pauline DiBenedetto
Suddenly bells and flags!
Suddenly -- door to door --
Tidings! Can we believe,
We, who were used to war? read more »Eleanor Agnes Lee