Friday, August 6, 2010

Remembering Olden Skies on Skywatch Friday

Dawn spreads an amber and pink canopy over Walnut Hill.
Thunderous forms line up at dusk.

                          May the sky never take on this horrific form again.   
(photo credit unknown)

Today I am remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki . . . sixty five years later . . . four years before I was born. I cannot truly remember it . . . though history has taught me well to fear the harm humankind can bestow on fellow humans, other animals and our mother earth. It is good to remember and to firmly ask for nuclear disarmament . . . what better way to honor the day. May the horror of that day and three days later never be repeated. May the only clouds we see in the sky be beautiful (though sometimes frightening) and purely nature made. May there be PEACE on our EARTH.
May the only explosions be beautiful blooms to enrich our spirits. 
Wishing you all Peace within and for our one shared world throughout . . .
may love and justice spread as blankets of clouds across the sky.
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