"I am hearing poetry when awake, dreaming poetry when asleep, breathing poetry with each breath, I am living in a poem."

Friday, April 18, 2014

No Wounds




Words of peace leave no wounds.

Hate lost its voice
when we removed
the stones from
our tongues.


©Susie Clevenger 2014 

Marian over at Real Toads provided Donna The Buffalo's video Working On That as inspiration for our poetry.

Working On That

17 comments :

Sumana Roy said...

exactly what needs to be done.....
you've nailed it Susie and in so few words...simply brilliant

Marian said...

perfect! working on that. :)

Grace said...

I love this Susie, words to reflect today ~

Kerry O'Connor said...

Concise! Living in peace is elementary after all.

Mama Zen said...

Outstanding.

Other Mary said...

Profound, powerful, beautiful!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I LOVE this! "Words of peace leave no wounds" and the removing of stones from our tongues. Susie, this is brilliant and would make for lovely art cards......a great message.

ccchampagne said...

The very first line is in itself a poem. Beautiful!

Kathryn said...

removing those stones from our tongues . . . perfect.

Gail said...

You packed a punch in that one!!

Well done.

Margaret said...

Yes! Perfect.

Grandmother (Mary) said...

Yes, and so we must do this...

Kay L. Davies said...

Wow, Susie, you nailed this one. Perfect.
Luv, K

Hannah said...

Poignant piece, your first portion's so true, too.

Ella said...

Well done! Yes, damn those stones~

manicddaily said...

Wonderful. K.

grapeling said...

excellent, Susie - brief, to the point, powerful yet gentle ~

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