Poem for Peace #7

peace finds herself
a gold-tinged indigo and 
amethyst marbled
paper bookmark – 
slipped between parchment
leaves of shared understanding
and gentle accountability
left on top of the dented
cherry desk where
doubting hands can
readily find her

Poems for Peace #7
© 2018 Tracie Nichols
Image credit: Tracie Nichols

I was inspired to write daily Poems for Peace by Beth Owls’ Daughter and her post “Embrace the Quiet That Is Nature’s Gift: The Halcyon Days Are Here.”  Doing something daily to enfold myself in a sense of peace, intentionally noticing then sharing these things that are helping me feel peaceful, this feels like a gift I can offer both myself and you. So, I will post a new Poem for Peace daily through Dec. 31, 2018. If you’re inspired to participate in some way, I’d love to hear about what you’re doing!

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