Plato is calling folks, dialing their cell phones in a cave with their shadows dancing along the walls. Socrates is drunk on hemlock, Aristotle's dominoes are falling over, Baudelaire is waking up on the green grass of a ditch. Time to cast a foundation of peace, pour some footings of future eggs and sperm remodel our nurseries. Compassion and peace poke along a path, old growth filters the light, deep roots tap waters that roll like an ever-flowing stream. Peace parades proudly with life, together they dine with hope, playing with their food and drinking too much wine. Tomorrow peace and life will start over painting cave drawings in France, hemlock is in our fields, will we survive? Is the grass green enough, Charles? Who we gonna call to give peace a chance? Hey John, hey John. Fire the peace keepers, feed the peace makers, open peace bars, imagine collateral peace satellite peace cells, phone home Plato, children start telling peace stories the rumors of peace waging peace. Blessed are the peace makers, Inherit the peace How about peace pie, peace boots, We could elect peace puppets, create covert peace treaties underground peace movements What if the price of peace hits the bottom? What if the price of peace is the best deal in town, with platforms of peace floating the North Sea, we are capping peace wells in Iraq, a wall of peace running between Israel and Palestine just give peace a chance! Peace machines plowing ADM's fields, fence row upon fence row peaced together, peace vegetables, peace fruit, peace nuts peace buds blooming all year long. Peace radio Peace stars Peace trees Tons of peace mail peace plants peace camps gigantic windows of peace peace bubbling up in La Brea Tar Pits. Fossilized records of peace Mesozoic peace ontological peace peace planets solar systems, universes, universities of peace child care peace peace for K to 12 peace barons masters and mistresses of peace nonviolent peace volcanic peace sedimentary peace metamorphic peace spirit and imagination, the pigments of peace bind us together and set us free thick and runny like honey.
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