2017 imagined

we could imagine a world without rape or tears a world so at peace
we may imagine a world without greed or strife a world that’s at peace
we should imagine a world without guns and bombs a world so at peace
we might imagine a world without fear or lies a world that’s at peace
dare we imagine a world without religion that will bring us peace?


© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/

http://www.praxismagonline.com/poets-for-peace/

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John’s refrain (V out of V)

dare we imagine

a world without religion?

that will bring us peace


© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/

Written in collaboration with Poets for Peace where the full poem is available, here it is released on five consecutive Wednesdays

John’s refrain (IV out of V)

we might imagine

a world without fear or lies

a world that’s at peace


© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/

Written in collaboration with Poets for Peace where the full poem is available, here it is released on five consecutive Wednesdays

John’s refrain (III out of V)

we should imagine

a world without guns and bombs

a world so at peace


© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/

Written in collaboration with Poets for Peace where the full poem is available, here it is released on five consecutive Wednesdays

John’s refrain (II out of V)

we may imagine

a world without greed or strife

a world that’s at peace


© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/

Written in collaboration with Poets for Peace where the full poem is available, here it is released on five consecutive Wednesdays

John’s refrain (I out of V)

we could imagine

a world without rape and tears

a world so at peace


© Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/

Written in collaboration with Poets for Peace where the full poem is available, here it is released on five consecutive Wednesdays