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  157.     

Peace

Peace,
Nuclear weapons freeze.
Prisoner release,
Peace,
No more palms to grease,
All hostilities must cease.
Peace.
To this world, only a lease.
Stop,
The insanity,
Please.
Peace.
Nuclear war?
Not Peace?
Only stumps,
No trees.
Poison carried,
On the breeze.
Peace.
Let's have peace.
Pray,
For peace.
Then hostilities,
Will cease.
No more wars,
Please.
Peace.
 
Juan Olivarez

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  158.     

Finding My Peace

I got to find my peace so I cut to ease the pain,
Escaping the life I'm living, escaping a life of vain,
Quieting the cries, as my eyes let free its rain,
Body becomes weak and tired, as my strength I try to gain,

I want to find my peace, some peace of any kind,
Needle penetrates my skin, but to the damage I am blind,
So high up off these drugs, so high up in my mind,
Guess I'll just keep on using, until my peace I someday find,

I need to find my peace, so I drink the stress away,
Now so intoxicated, but it's only a temporary state,
I'm in a better place, so I guess it makes it okay,
But I still haven't found my peace, so I'll try another way,

I think I've found my peace, in a place that's rather odd,
No needles, no bleeding, no cutting, just prayer for His approval nod,
I think I've found my peace, and to my better half I'll prod,
Because I know I've found my peace, and I found it with myself and God,
 
niakeva thomas

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  159.     

Peace

Peace to the broken heart,
peace to those who are gone.
Peace to the guns;
with wish we are at war

peace to the troubled,
to the orphans without love,
peace to your mall of pain and mourn.
Peace to they that torments our vineyard.

Peace to our fragile bones
that seem so weak to carry on.
Peace to the unborn child,
who holds the key to our Jerusalem.

Peace to mother nature.
Peace to the heavens
and to the unforgiven.
Peace to the witches that wish we failure.

Lyk lightening we sparkle;
in peace we'll 4eva twinkle.
Peace to my sister in cluster stand
in due season her blessings she sprinkles.

Nothing we need to prove,
to peace lets groove.
Lyk the glittering sun,
let's radiate in peace.

Let's make dis world a beta place,
love me 4 who I am every hour,
that I'll also do in my tower.
Then our heart as one 4eva beat in peace.
Olujobi Jedidiahz
 
Olujobi Jedidiahz

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  160.     

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INDIGENOUS: Our lands are here to welcome
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: As long, as long ago we offer welcome
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: An offering from within deep within
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: Who are your people?
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: Our custom, begins like this
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do no come in peace
INDIGENOUS: From the tops of the gum trees, too
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: Beneath the earth our mother
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
INDIGENOUS: If you share with our traditions
PARLIAMENTARIAN: We do not come in peace
We do not come in peace
Die just be gone
 
Lisa Bellear

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