It’s Raining Peace

It’s Raining PeaceIt's Raining Peace, poetry

Look, up in the sky

is it a bird, a plane, a man

no, it’s a peace tree

raining down showers

of love, respect and harmony

spreading peace

throughout the land

building bridges of hope

rivers of respect

houses of compassion

all working to love one another

Hallelujah, It’s Raining Peace!


Image from, an organization founded by Mitra Sen to teach children “the beauty of diversity in unity.”

This poem is to a playful #TBT, inspired by the 80’s disco romp called It’s Raining Men by the Weather Girls. If you want some fun, watch the video and imagine peace raining down, soaking everyone in joyful divine love. πŸ™‚

Or for a more serious poetry companion, try Cat Stevens Peace Train.

Peace,Β musebrad


42 thoughts on “It’s Raining Peace

    • LOL, thanks Hariod, I’m practicing offering more love and peace to myself and the world, regardless of the circumstances. I truly believe the Course in Miracles idea that everything is either love or a call for love.
      blessings, Brad


  1. I love this, Brad! What a great image to use a tree with all the various symbols ~ we are all a part of the same family tree! πŸ˜€
    Omygosh It’s Raining Men hahaha! πŸ˜€
    And, I love Cat Stevens…


    • Thanks Julie, I had the idea of a peace tree in my mind and was delighted to find many images online. This is the one that most resonated with me. Glad you had fun with the Raining Men. πŸ™‚ Enjoy!


  2. Me too Cynthia, even if it’s probably a pipe dream. Of course, we can always start with ourselves. πŸ™‚ I hadn’t heard of Mitra or her wonderful organization to teach kids about inclusion of different faiths. Have you met her or worked with her?


  3. Beautiful, Brad, if people would only realize that we are all part of the same race — the human race. I’d love a peace tree of my own, but trust me on this, you do not want me to sing! πŸ™‚


  4. This is a beautifully optimistic poem. If only it did rain peace -There are far too many places in this world that need it.


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