Happy MLK Day!
Poetry fills me with hope and inspiration. So, I was very happy to have stumbled across this poem while sorting through a National Geogrpahic Society anthology of world poems. The poem is from South Africa. Though, it sounds like words that Martin Luther King, Jr. might have sang in his heart.
(Excerpt below. Found the full poem at another writer’s blog: Where the Rainbow Ends here.)
Where the Rainbow Ends
…There’s no such tune as a black tune.
There’s no such tune as a white tune.
There’s only music, brother…
by Richard Rive
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#J15 Worldwide Candlelight Vigil for Unity
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
January 15th, 2012 @ 7:00pm
in Each Time Zone Globally
Via J15global.com: On his birthday and in the spirit of Dr. King’s vision for racial and economic equality, peace, and non-violence, we are holding candlelight vigils to unite our world in a global movement for systemic change.
Wherever we may be, whether in our homes, in city squares, online, Occupies, or at work, we lift a beautiful message high above the political dialogue. We light the dream of a more equitable world in our hearts. We can overcome! Continue reading Sun, Jan 15th: MLK/Occupy Worldwide Vigil for Unity →