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Peace Comes Walking POEM bas 2015

Wishing you love, joy and peace in the New Year and beyond. ~ Bette A. Stevens, Maine author/illustrator

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Comments on: "“Peace Comes Walking” a poem by Bette A. Stevens" (50)

  1. A beautiful poem for the new year.

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  2. Very uplifting poem, Bette – thank you so much!

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  3. Absolutely beautiful, Bette ❤

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  4. Love love love it, Bette! 🙂 ❤

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  5. Lovely, Bette. I’m wishing for peace and trying to walk in its steps. 🙂

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  6. Bette, that was simply beautiful. Wishing this new year brings you all you deserve and much more. Hugs, Micki

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  7. A lovely poem Bette, emanating love and tranquility. May we all find that peace in our walk of life. Wishing you a joyful soulful year.

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  8. Step by step a lovely poem.

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  9. Beautiful words, Bette!

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  10. I love this so beautiful and inspiring!

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  11. Maureen K. Howard said:

    This is a beautiful poem. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. Your poem is lovely, Bette. May you have nothing but success in the coming year. 🙂

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  13. What a beautiful poem, Bette. 🙂

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  14. Lovely poem to begin the New Year, Bette!

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    • Thank you, Noelle. I finished reading Death in a Dacron Sail yesterday and I thoroughly enjoyed Rhe Brewster’s adventures. Review soon… xoxoxo…

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  15. That was lovely! Perfect way to start a new year. Appropriate anytime.

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  16. What a beautiful ode to what is really important in this life.

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  17. Since I recently published a post about September being the start of a new year, I loved the fact that you offered this particular post in this week’s Senior Salon. Beautiful thoughts, beautifully written, Bette. Peace to you and yours – this upcoming year and always.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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  18. A beautiful and timely poem. Thanks for sharing it, Bette.

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  19. Since I have just recently started following your blog, I had not read this post before. So thank you for sharing it again at #LMMLinkup today. What a blessed gift to see how the Lord Himself would allow us to be a gift of peace to each other! Blessings to you!

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  20. Beautiful poem, Bette, for any time of the year! Thanks for sharing at the #LMMLinkup! We’ll be back tomorrow with another linkup. We took off last week for the holiday.

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  21. Sandra Brooks said:

    How delighted I’ve found your site.
    The poem about Peace and Joy
    Is this ok if I use this poem to put in our weekly prayer notice. Including your name .
    So that other readers would be able to look these beautiful poems up.
    We are trying to put something together in our small village. Where our church is locked a opportunity to still reach out . Blessings Sandra

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    • Hi, Sandra. I would be delighted to have you share my poems with credit note in your weekly prayer notice. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for your thoughtful note. A weekly prayer notice is a great way to share during these times when we are not able to get together as a community. Our church is holding Zoom services, sending email updates in addition to mailing to those who are not online. ❤ Sending love and prayers… ❤ Blessings to you and yours, my new friend!

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