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Sketchbook extends an invitation around the world for submissions of prayer, inspiration and heart felt encouraging poetry submissions for this new section of the Sketchbook Journal.

The goal of the Sketchbook editors is to hear from all faiths and peoples on a Global Scale. The more people who participate and read the more our hearts will become one. Surely, a heart that envelops the world can make changes and differences in lives.

We can make a difference and wipe away all the divisions that have arisen because of different belief systems. Let us all love and respect one another in one accord.

Please send your poems and prayers to: letuspray@poetrywriting.org

Links to past Let Us Pray Poems:

The September / October 31, 2010 Let Us Pray Feature Index

The November / December 31, 2010 Let Us Pray Feature Index

The January / February 28, 2011 Let Us Pray Feature Index

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Participants in the March / April 30, 2011 Let Us Pray Feature

Five Poets from one country participated: Mark Dohle, US; Joseph Farley, US; Bernard Gieske, US; Richard Ilnicki; Sunney Poyner, US

Country: United States

 

Mark Dohle, US: Let Us Pray: Free Verse: Caring

Joseph Farley, US: Let Us Pray: Free Verse: the state of things, Praise to the decorator, Listen up

Bernard Gieske, US: Let Us Pray: Free Verse: GRACE and the LAMB

Richard Ilnicki: Let Us Pray: Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami; God Dropped the Bomb

Evica Kraljic, CR: Let Us Pray: Free Verse: Spellbound

Sunney Poyner, US: Let Us Pray: Quatrains: Confidence

Brian Strand, UK: Let Us Pray: Couplets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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