A global community poem in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Kent State University’s May 4 shootings.
My voice is a fall leaf changing colors.
My voice is a two-belled trumpet in harmony for peace.
My voice stands for every child lost to a bullet.
My voice hungers. My voice dives.
I want the ocean’s sea turtles to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
I want an end to mothers’ sufferings.
Take back our endless wars and give us a lifetime supply of sunflowers.
My voice is sunlight, sunlight, sunlight.
A global community poem in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Kent State University’s May 4 shootings. The Wick Poetry Center invites people from around the world to contribute a line or stanza to a Global Peace Poem titled “My Voice.” You don’t need to have any previous writing experience to participate. Simply select one or more of the prompts below to share your voice.
Contribute to the Global Peace Poem community poem by following the steps below.
To see your own contribution and the voices of others in response to the Global Peace Poem visit the link below.