#postingforpeace A Glimmer of Glory

A Glimmer of Glory

A response to a powerful post on DamyantiWrites .

 

A Glimmer of Glory

entered in

as I looked

at my inbox

within.

What within my eyes

did I spy?

A sensitive soul

with a plaintive cry.

Someone had been hurt

by hateful din.

Why must we let

the hateful and violent win?

Why battle at all

between them and us?

For there is always a fall

And someone to crush.

A call from the pain

was sent on to read

Will we enter our peace

And to the caller heed?

Need we add to the gall

and the hate?

We can add goodness and kindness

then spate

of peace will flow from our pages

to pass on to elders

and to younger ages.

That battle will cease

and bile will abate

And we will find peace

and release of the hate.

We may not change kingdoms

States-folk or leaders

But we can influence friends

In our social media feeders.

The pathway to our peace

Begins between you and me

little by little

we can become free.

 

Simon C. J. Falk 4 August 2016

 

 

Author: simonfalk28

Country lad, Focussing on verse.

4 thoughts on “#postingforpeace A Glimmer of Glory”

  1. Powerful and followed up on Damyanti and her post. It does seem there is a lot of ignorance and hate being released at present. So I agree we do what we can in the many ways we can to keep the positive values of community. Great poem.

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