Treasure Island

Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)


Frieden schaffen - ohne Waffen


Frieden heißt
aktiv daran zu arbeiten
mit seinen Feinden zu reden
ihnen jeden Tag erneut
die Hände zu reichen
zur Versöhnung
zum Geschräch
zum Dialog
unerläßlich
keine Ruhe zu geben
bis Einigung erzielt
und gegenseitige Akzeptanz
dauerhaft aufrechterhalten
und ausgebaut werden können
durch alle Gegensätzlichkeiten untereinander
für ein gemeinsames Miteinander
in Frieden.
Jede Minute der Annäherung
verhindert weitere Tote
weltweit!
Jede gereichte Hand
ist nicht an der Waffe!

Submitted: Monday, September 16, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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Floy Dy Ra,09-13-2013

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