Peace Talk

01/31/2011

P-en your anger then throw the paper, not at him.

E-njoy your sleep so let go of your grievance, not him.

A-sk for forgiveness for being a mess, not because of him.

C-ome unload your heavy baggages, not on him.

E-xpress your prayer and be at peace, with Him.

 

For Jingle Poetry on Peace, Relaxation and Spirituality.

 

For me and my hubby. For my blog friends and their partners.

 

T-ake time to count from one to ten

A-nger still boiling?

L-ead yourself to talk to Him

K-eep the peace within

 

For a peaceful and blessed day!

🙂

 

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55 Responses to “Peace Talk”

  1. Jingle Says:

    Thanks for contributing poetry potluck week 20, support us by returning favors to poets who are here or visiting and commenting for a dozen poets starting from our latest entries, 201, 200, 199, 198, 197, 196, 195, stop when you feel that you have enough.
    cheers.

  2. Star Ka'at Says:

    lol, nice. The video was pretty funny too.

  3. Suzanne Says:

    You hit the mark with this one, the mark of love and peace. Wonderfully written. And a very nice touch adding that video. Beautiful loving work.

  4. maggsworld Says:

    Wonderful reminders

  5. mariqia Says:

    You’re really good at those words..plus the video is nice! 🙂


  6. Lovely anagrams! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Ann Says:

    Oh, this is nice 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Princess Rea

    Peace to you and yours!

    Blessings,
    ann


  8. Oh, I need to remember that…

  9. NotATameLion Says:

    I like these words. I have been learning to run to and not away from the one I love, so I can see the wisdom here.

    Thanks for sharing this poem.

    • bendedspoon Says:

      It’s challenging at times but how can we clamor for world peace if we can’t do it for two?

      I’m running alongside with you on love and peace 😉

  10. yelena m. Says:

    Truly peaceful..Soothes my soul. Thank you for sharing.

  11. pamela Says:

    Some excellent advice. Anger never solves a thing.

  12. Lyn Says:

    “All we are saying,is give peace a chance”…remember?..you really brought us the grain of truth…


  13. REALLY nice acrostics! Beautiful message. 🙂


  14. Wish I’d read this a little earlier…before I said a few things I regret! And so we move on…

  15. pett Says:

    Love this 🙂

  16. hpicasso Says:

    we are the enemy at times…an excellent reminder of where the answer is

    Peace, hp

  17. introspeak Says:

    Really nice message with wonderful word magic.


  18. Well done here. A little nugget of wisdom … and a well-written on.

    These days, it was good to have the Bush reminder in your other post. At least we are not dealing with him anymore…

    Happy Potluck, bendedspoon.

  19. Debbie Says:

    Wonderful poems, sweet spoon! You just get better and better! Thank you so much for leading us on, in peace. 🙂

  20. jmjbookblog Says:

    Love your message here today! 🙂

  21. Scent of my heart Says:

    Wise and strong message! Very well penned!Peace for all!

  22. Gigi Ann Says:

    Lovely verses, and so true.

  23. afirmin71 Says:

    May peace reign in your world for always inspiring and giving!

    Take care Alan.

  24. Jingle Says:

    love it.

    super creative and Godly…

    A++

  25. Linda Lewis Says:

    Wish you had posted this yesterday when I was feeling a touch of anger and did not pen it but rather flung the words.

    • bendedspoon Says:

      It really is too hard to rein the tongue. I’m working on it and hoping that the day will come when I’d rather not open my mouth with matching blank expression!

      Oh peace come 🙂


  26. Wonderful! I love the repetition of not at him and the close with the capital Him. Great job. And TALK is a recipe for success. Happy Potluck.
    Here’s my entry: http://mysticmarleei.wordpress.com/2010/11/13/prayer-meditation-4am/

  27. faithdream Says:

    As always, an enlightening post. Anger is the brother to sadness. Upside anger can show in depression. Living in peace is a challenge, but finding ways to handle our anger provides peace to the weary soul. Thanks for the Peace Talk.


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