Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Free The Sun-bird~


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We have arsenals within us,
    not of guns and bombs,
but, of ill will, impatience and anger
Dismantling the weapons
  is an effective way
 to curb war
   than confronting it head on.

This sun-bird of the heart
Looks for ways to be heard…
eventually causes the mind
to breathe peace...

Connect
Connect with yourself
let the peaceful warrior
rush to comfort your soul.

Life becomes a lot easier....



16 comments:

  1. Hope of peace lies in the millions of sun-birds, yes indeed

    Thanks for dropping by my blog today Panchali

    much love...

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    1. Thanks for coming by, Gellina! xoxo

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  2. This sun-bird of the heart
    Looks for ways to be heard…
    eventually causes the mind
    to breathe peace...

    Beautiful lines, Panchali ❤️

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  3. How clearly you describe the war within. At times I flush with anger and impatience (though never with ill will). and I wrestle with them. I must ask for the sunbird's help. I pray everyone does.

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  4. Wonderful especially love the second stanza. Let us all be peaceful warriors!!

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  5. I love the whole idea of freeing the sun-bird of the heart! Beautiful!

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  6. What lovely thoughts. I hope we all release that sun-bird.

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  7. Listen and we may hear the sun-birds. They are truly singing, (War will soon be a thing of a past)

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  8. "We have arsenals within us," True, true, so very true. May the sun-bird within rise and sing. Love these beautiful imagery of arsenal and sun-bird. The poem is a beauty Panchali di.

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  9. "...let the peaceful warrior rush to comfort your soul." I like this concept very much, Panchali!

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  10. How rich and contented we could be if we did not spend countless millions on weapons of war and harm.

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  11. A wonderful poem of self reflection - long may peace stay within

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  12. May we curb the arsenals within and put love and kindness into the world, so that it comes back into our own.

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  13. Well said, Panchali. We all need to find the peace in ourselves.

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  14. we become phoenix sometime we find inner peace only from our ashes...
    "let the peaceful warrior
    rush to comfort your soul." makes many sense...

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  15. This poem is an excellent and compelling read.

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