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  1.     

For Peace

Come, sit and relax

let us reason together

for peace to prevail.





















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Heather Burns

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Continuation

Slumping into deep solitude

eyelids sedately surrender

ambling toward hushed grass

lands

onward

approaching expectations

Substance at last attainable.


























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Heather Burns

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Let My Consciousness Awake

Let my consciousness awake in the deepest darkness
when life is getting futile having no essence
when life is deteriorating running behind
unwanted value of life and superstition
confined with material life like the flower
of paper having no fragrance, only
with beauty and attraction for lofty life.

Let my consciousness awake to emerge
my soul into the divine solitude
of bliss and ecstasy flowing throughout
the ocean of profound creation.

Let my consciousness awake in your
divine multitude of love and affection
and put my life for myriads of
optic thoughts and emotions to enlighten
my soul and surroundings.

Let my life be filled with your
divine charity abducting my impoverished
fallacy of life where life is disdaining
my all actions for unwillingness for
the corrupt and unworthy concept.

Let my life arouse with super consciousness
dispensing all evils and illusions of life
and my all indigency be assimilated
in profound cosmos to sublime tranquility
and to accomplish for a blooming life.

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ramesh rai

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  4.     

A Quest For Peace

As we look across the horizon view people
living in war torn countries homes bombed
business ruined their homeland destroyed.

we see the look of poverty and hopelessness
on their faces. Broken and sad.
Children clothed in rags, eating garbage,
drinking polluted water. Living far below sub-
standard.

Can this be God'a plan for life? I think not.
My Bible tells me, 'suffer not little children
come unto me, for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven'.
In our every day walk, these words should ring
true in our ears, ever reminding us, 'suffer not'.

Overwhelmed in poverty there must be answers
found to help stabilize these lives. Bring a decent
life style to fruitatin. Every person is entitled
to such. This is God's gift to mankind.
The quest for peace and prosperity should take top
priority.
As The Peace Wisher Poet, AFZAL SHAUQ famous say,
'A friendly smile is the best weapon of war to fight
with'.
Let us join him and say, 'Come let us reason together.'




































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Heather Burns

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