Peace Train Poetry 

There once was a man who sang about his hammer

He hammered out the love between brothers and sisters 

All over the world.
There once was a man who rang his bell

He rang it in the morning, he rang it in the evening 

All over this world
There once was a man who had a song

He sang in the morning, he sang it in the evening 

All over the world 

It was The Hammer of Freedom 

It was The Bell of Warning

It was a song about the love between his brothers and sisters 

All over the world 

There once was a man who braided a noose

He hung in a tree

All over the world
There once was a man who held fire

The fires that torched 

All over the world 
There once was a man who had a sword

He sickled it madly

All over the world 

It was a noose of hatred 

It was the fire that burns

It was a sword that slices the hearts of fathers and daughters 

All over the world 

Where are the men with the hammers

Where are the women with bells

Where are the children who sing about the love of Jesus 

All over the world 

Peace poetry 2017 bojenn

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