Sunday, May 26, 2013

God Bless Our Native Land by Frances Mimi Harper

God bless our native land,
Land of the newly free,
Oh may she ever stand
For truth and liberty.
God bless our native land,
Where sleep our kindred dead,
Let peace at thy command
Above their graves be shed.
God help our native land,
Bring surcease to her strife,
And shower from thy hand
A more abundant life.
God bless our native land,
Her homes and children bless,
Oh may she ever stand
For truth and righteousness.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Peace in the Pearl by Faraz Ahmed Memon

Bring together desire of peace
To make this pearl garden of ease

Try to win all the way narrow mind man
Peace is more precious than piece of land

Soul is not an alien to share sorrow and grief
A human himself an appearance of Adam and Eve

Christian, Jew, Hindu and Muslim infarct
Harmony of heart and soul secret in holy act

Behold the law that grinds the poor soul
It is the crime by humanity as a whole

Raise your voice aloud and tear down
Differences, strife, hostility of your own

Feel sorry and confess of God's creatures
Seek peace and depart from evil preachers

Bring together desire of peace
To make this pearl garden of ease

Friday, May 10, 2013

Mother-The Eternal Goddess by Morris Faber Fine

None can take the place of Mom
That loving and fond hands
That very soothing and that very calm,
That very love of feeding
That very care full of charm,
She knows your heart
She knows your feelings
She reads your emotions
And all mutual dealing.
She is the Goddess
The sole Eternal
A shade of comfort
Is the love maternal;
When you've a bruised heart
She is the doctor
She is the balm
When you have a pining brain
She is the peace
She is the calm;
She holds your fingers
To help you walk
She keeps you guiding
And helps you stand upon the rock;
I love you mom
I miss you a lot
Mom keep your fond hands
Upon my head
Give me comfort Mom
Of your soothing lap
Keep me forever
Close to your heart
Love you mom
I love you a lot!
I miss you Mom
I miss you a lot!

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Mothers Day Poem: by Howard Torkelson Johnson (c. 1915)

Mothers Day Poems
M - O - T - H - E - R
"M" is for the million things she gave me,
"O" means only that she's growing old,
"T" is for the tears she shed to save me,
"H" is for her heart of purest gold;
"E" is for her eyes, with love-light shining,
"R" means right, and right she'll always be,
Put them all together, they spell
A word that means the world to me.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Longlive Peace by Shik Trisha Browine

Peace is all we want
Peace is all we need
Peace is all we ask
Peace is all we desire

There’s something we should do
That’s not been done
Something we can win
That’s not been won
Something we can shout out
To end all the brutal war games
We Want peace

Case for war was fake,
Don’t let it fade
More lives can be saved
Got to be brave
Something we can shout out,
We want peace, and we want it right now
Talking is Free

All we hunger is Peace
All we miss is Peace
All we lack is Peace
Peace is all we want

Peace is all we ask
It’s not a big task
Believe me
It’s easy.

Peace is all we want
Peace is all we need
Peace is all we want
Peace is all we need

All we wish is peace..., please