Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Spread Peace and Love

Respond with love undivided
Attention of a soldier saluting
Drench sloppy Labrador kisses
Immune you'll be from animosity
Abundant attitude like eagle wings spread
Tell the world how you feel
Ebullition radiates, peace

@laurie kolp


Prompt inspiration: 3WW- drench, immune, radiate

20 comments:

jaerose said...

Labrador kisses..many a cure..it's good enough even seeing one with their head out the car window in a breeze..they radiate happiness..Jae

Bethe77 said...

I love your write.
I especail like labrador kisses. As I get them all day long from my little chocolate girl.
Love them and I do get drenched in them
Blessings

Jingle Poetry said...

well done.

Brian Miller said...

smiles...share the love for sure...some fun textures to this...

Sherry Blue Sky said...

I love the whole idea of radiating peace and love. Beautiful. Love the lab kisses too.

Mama Zen said...

Love it!

Sheilagh Lee said...

I love the Labrador kisses might be because one of my childhood dogs was a labrador Peace something we all want.

kaykuala said...

Spread peace. Reminds one of the one time battle cry, 'make peace not war'.Sadly no one seems to care!

Tiaden said...

The lab kisses was brilliant, very nicely done.

Kim Nelson said...

Filled with sweet sentiments, this one.

Madeleine Begun Kane said...

Wonderful acrostic!

Daydreamertoo said...

Love how you made the word Radiate with the beginning of each new line.
Lovely. A dog's love is a wonderful thing. I know mine's is :)

Victoria said...

Love this...will Papillion kisses work??? :0)

Alice Audrey said...

Excellent way to use the words.

- Alice

Shauna said...

well-done, timely.

oldegg said...

You certainly hit the button with the Labrador! One dog with love a plenty and an appetite for anything under the sun!

Jessica Prescott said...

what a great way to use those words. I love how you made it an acrostic as well.

sharplittlepencil said...

Laurie, what a wonderful acrostic! My favorite part was the Labrador kisses, but the whole piece is love, love, love... and that's the only way to heal this world! Amy

http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/08/12/christopher-street-3ww/

springcycle said...

thanks Laurie for your beautiful poem, the simple words of love, your illumination of the ordinary pleasures of life, these all feel like a much needed balm or blessing after the angry emotions of the last week we've had here in England. If only labrador kisses could heal all the hurts in the world. thank you

Mary said...

Beautiful sentiments! So many ways to spread the love.