Kimberly Burnham

Silver Star - 3,688 Points (July 21,1957 / Provo, Utah)

Peace Action Vibrations - Poem by Kimberly Burnham

Words like "peace"
or "paix" or "linggop"
the word for peace in Ifugao
spoken in the Philippines
vocalized aloud turn thoughts
into energy vibrations
flowing out into the universe

Written words like "paz"
or "vrede" or "kasajahihtraan"
a peace word in Sama Sibutu`
a Philipino oral tradition
read silently by a willing reader
turn the light from ink and paper
into waves vibrations
and then in the eyes of the beholder
into thoughts of home and community

Words like "shalom" in Hebrew
or "salaam" in Arabic
written onto paper
with ink or lead
chiseled into stone
painted with watercolors
turn thoughts into physical matter
appreciated by the symbolic subconscious
and sometimes
when we are very lucky
thoughts and paper and vibration
come together into actions

Topic(s) of this poem: energy, peace, peace day, peaceful, spanish

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 24, 2018



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