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Haiku my Heart #35 Peace

As tears of sorrow
fall on green and pleasant land,
 let's magnify peace.
This is my prayer as my country is bewildered
by mindless acts of violence.

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GrandmaK said…
It's my prayer too! Peace above all! Wishing you well! Cathy
KathrynAntyr said…
What a lovely prayer and gorgeous photos. Thank you for sharing your tender heart.
Snap said…
I think we are all praying for the world. Beautiful images ... photos and words. Love the rainbow!
Sending much love and prayers from across the pond.
rebecca said…
oh sue,

your haiku is a perfect prayer. your love and beauty resonate in every hope for peace.
you have been so close in my heart.
let's rise to peace each and every day.
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
My heart is with yours tonight and I pray for peace and a resolution of all that has caused so much pain and upheaval. It is the product of so many factors that it is difficult for anyone to understand, but nothing is achieved by violence. Peace, understanding and compassion are the only roads to a hopeful and renewed world.
Love,
Noelle
Cheryl said…
Sue, I share your press for peace. Love the close-up raindrops.
Nanka said…
Peace is the need of the hour for many nations around the world where there are disturbances, upheavals and destruction!! Your prayer is perfect for today's world!!
Yes, the leaves are weeping in their grief; the rainbow is smiling hope. i pray that the centuries of British civility will win through in the end, and understanding will start to repair the damage and the broken bridges. Your photos and haiku are exquisite, Sue.
pieceofpie said…
i wonder why it is that we all so long for peace but this peace is so elusive... have we the power to change with prayer... absolutely!!!

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