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Peace

All Aboard the Meme Express – Monday, December 8, 2008

Oh December 8, 1980, former Beatle John Lennon was killed by gunshot outside his apartment in the Dakota Hotel of New York City.


Perhaps his most famous solo single was “Give Peace a Chance.”

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The Meme Express prompt for today is peace.


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15 comments:

  1. Therapy
    Finding Accord and Feeling Restored - "My garden is a place of peace, Where worries stop, and troubles cease."
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  2. Evicting Equine Parasites
    Grazing peacefully in the sun is heavenly for horses, but horses may eat much more than clover and grass. a horse must be dewormed regularly. Along with nutritious feeding and ample watering, deworming is the most critical thing an owner can do to care for his horse.
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  3. Poems for Peace - the Call
    Poems for Peace: "Conflicts rock this tiny sphere; Man harms man, with rage severe. When will battles disappear? Can we find a peace sincere? ..."
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  4. Prescription Post-Its
    Ducks follow the lead duck, unaware of the sludge around them. Lambs follow shepherds to lush fields or slaughter. How do we choose leaders worthy of our trust? Have we denied the danger of masking a mortal wound, simply because we wish it not so?
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  5. To Trust or Bust
    A Rhyming Piece on a New Release: "Climbing walls without a stair, Scrambling frantic towards nowhere - Observations may deceive Those unwilling to believe . . . ."
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  6. Apart - a Rhyme Hardcore on a Jungle War
    Poem - from the perspective of a Vietnam Veteran - "A bronze star, a Purple Heart, These are the things that set me apart...."
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  7. Hide and Seek - a Rhyming Pique at Things Oblique
    A genuine friend will listen to our troubles and will love us in the midst of them, but he will not leave us to linger there forever. Instead, he will call us to higher ground and encourage us to grow through our sorrows and look forward to future joys.
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  8. Pearl of Great Price - a Rhymed Encore on the Start of a War
    A world at war, From shore to shore, Its fury to unfurl. No turning back, The first attack, The Harbor known as Pearl.
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