Yes! Thanks, Bridget :)!
Thank YOU, Jama! May Peace prevail. =)
Well done. I like this one.
There was a small episode today at school, some online stuff, some against others! I wish there was more of what is in your poem in young teens! Well said!
Profound--and you make it look so easy!
Thanks, Joy! =)
Ugh, Linda! I hate to hear that. Kids can be so mean sometimes - especially behind a keyboard. Hopefully these kids will find their peace. =)
Thank you, Tara!
Thank you, Violet! Believe me it is not easy, but it is fun. =)
The words look so simple, but they have the power to transform life at the locker and between countries. Thanks for sharing!
This would make a great poster!(by coincidence...or design...the word HOPE is buried in my word verification!)
That says it all! I agree with Mary Lee's poster idea - perfect for the classroom!
Thank you, Robyn! Some of the simplest words are the hardest to put into action. But we continue to try. =)
Good idea, Mary Lee! Love that HOPE was there...I wonder if those things are random?
Thanks, Renee! I'd love to see a poster like this in every classroom and the concepts taught. =)
It would make a great visual image as well, Bridget!
Thanks, Lorie Ann!
Sorry to be a week late to this post (alas, it hasn't been a very peaceful week), but your poem is, indeed, spot on... especially from a kid's viewpoint! I especially love the opening line, "Play fair."
No worries, Michelle! I'm sorry you haven't had a peaceful week. Sending you peaceful vibes now. =)