Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Peace: It's What's 4 Dinner

Thank you my Mo Mo for making me a Peace Globe!
PEACE IS
Peace is a cool breeze and the soft grass
with roses and tulips,
a rainbow above and the sound of the birds,
and the roses blooming and the ocean swaying
and people getting together.
Lexi Hom, Grade 2
Sutterville Elementary School
Sacramento, California
I thought about writing my own peace poem, but I love reading and listening to the words of tiny people...

14 comments:

Morgen said...

Yay!
Glad you liked your globe!
Make sure to send a copy to mimi (with your state) via e-mail when you get a chance!
triple love ya,
mo mo

GEWELS said...

Out of the Mouths of Babes!
If only our president would listen to them too.

Peace to you too.
Thanks for visiting.

Asara said...

Lovely!

I only have my old one.. working like I am this week, I never got a chance to put one together like I wanted :(

Much love and peace!!! *HUGS*

Anndi said...

Ah.. the wisdom of children.. peace talk from a toddler.

Have a Peaceful day!

It begins with me...

Crazy Working Mom said...

*sigh* I wish Mo would've made my peace globe for me too. I LOVE yours! :)

Sarge Charlie said...

nice globe, thank you and best wishes for peace in your lifetime

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

wow, a mo globe? lucky girl! very nice...

smiles, bee

(try not to work too hard honey!)

Linda said...

Beautiful, Mags, just beautiful!

Travis said...

I think we need a peace dinner. I'm having country fried steak, mashed potatoes, and sliced cooked carrots for dinner.

Happy Peace Globe Day!

Travis said...

Oh - YAY for Mo for making a Globe for you!!

Shaz said...

Excellent Globe. Peace be with you x x

mar said...

Lexi said it best!
love your peace globe and poem...
Peace!!!

Mimi Lenox said...

Wow. It's stunning!! Thanks to you and Mo for adding such beauty to the Peace Globe gallery. The second-grader poem is touching. Thanks for sharing.

Peace....let's keep it going year round.

Mimi

Lexi Hom said...

Awww! Thanks for posting my poem! I'm in 9th grade now, but I'm still glad people remembered my poem.