A peace poem on the dawn of Kenya’s March 4th elections

A peace poem on the dawn of Kenya’s March 4th elections

Our thoughts and prayers are with Kenya and its people during the upcoming March 4th elections.

Poem written by Carolyne Wangare, 19

“PEACE”

As the sun comes up in dawn
As the sun sets down in the evening
As the flowers sprouts up at winter and dries at summer
That’s how peace rises in our hearts and falls when violence begins

Today’s seed will produce tomorrow’s harvest
Today’s lemons are the ingredients for tomorrow’s lemonade
Same as today’s peace will lead to a better, rich
Developed and Beautiful country tomorrow

Peace is not a matter of how strong you are
But it is a matter of taking risks for things that matter most
It is not a matter of fighting for what seems right
But it is a matter of fighting for what is right and fair

Our first leaders fought for peace and freedom
Why do we want to fight for captivity and war?
Just let go of what you are that is hate and violence and
You will become what you might be that is love and peace

Embrace every challenge and have a positive attitude always
For peace is the key to the home of freedom and not captivity
For love and not hate, for justice and not injustice
Lastly for unity and not solitude, peace be with you

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