Peace, mercy and forgiveness.

Death valley, Iraq war one.                                                                                                            Death Valley007_7                                                                                          United States Soldiers graveyard outside of P008_8aris.

Each war is different, each war is the same

Each war is different, each war is the same (Photo credit: kevin dooley)

Peace, mercy and forgiveness.

A Poem by Coyote Poetry


Forgiveness and the lost of hate. Is mercy for our spirit. Can’t live in the past.


                     Peace, mercy and forgiveness.

Peace, my friend.
Will it be possible when we bury our last child wrapped in flags of honor?
When the hate and violence of war kill off all the good in our world?
War is man’s sin. Sending the young men and woman to die for the profit of war.

A eye for a eye world.
No-one will win.
Our children will pay for our hate and separation.

I loaded the dead from Death Valley into storage containers.
Thousand of men lost to war. We freeze the bodies waiting for the war to end.
Families didn’t know if their sons and fathers were dead.
No mercy in war. No mercy for the people left behind.
Just a lifetime to learn to understand.
War take the best from us.

We send our children to war.
Do we blame the enemy or our country?

Time for USA.
To quit sending guns and soldiers to keep war alive.
Quit supporting people who hate us.
Time to fix the problems at home.
Invest in the people.

Our kids need opportunity. Education and time to enjoy their life.

Old wise saying.
“Fix your house first before trying to fix somebody else house.”

War is man’s sin.

Time to lock down our borders.
Leave the bad folks out.
Time for the healing to begin.

We need peace, mercy and forgiveness for the sake of the children.



© 2013 Coyote Poetry