Peace on Earth by Ainsley Eckhoff

Posted by PAUL HNIZDIL on 2/28/2020

Peace On Earth

Ainsley Eckhoff, Weather Goddess

Let there be peace on earth

And let it begin with me

Let there be peace on earth

The peace that was meant to be. . .




The World Peace Game is momentous

With Advance World History apprentice,

There are no rules but that’s not true,

Jump in and play, it will pull through.


Top-secret and silence is a must

To not influence others or it’s a bust.

With only nine key players,

The game offers many layers.


The game board has four levels,

With several hidden rebels,

Water, land, airspace, and space,

The four nations are the game’s base.


Grulandia, Avacadia, Brownlatte , and C.O.L.D.,

Argue and fight over resources such as oil and gold

As they work to solve crises of twenty-three

Without angering the Greatest Weather Goddess, me.




There is the United Nations and the world bank,

Being careful to not let the World tank,

And the Arms Dealer and the World Court,

Make for a game of great sport.


It's a game of negotiations

Between the World Peace Games’ nations

A nation has five minutes representing each day

To state their declaration and have their say.




Before the nation can move on,

Two planes must be landed and gone,

The Weather Goddess can roll her dice or coin flip,

To decide the outcome of the nation’s grip.




There are two wheels that one can spin

To see how they affect all of men

Fate is determined by the Economy and Weather wheel

Will there be no change or a blizzard in the deal?




Stocks plummet, rain falls

The Weather Goddess determines the severity of it all

Next, a wild card is drawn

To determine the consequences of tomorrow’s dawn.


The day comes to a mort,

When the Weather Goddess gives her final report,

Then for the next game day to arrive,

Another chance for the nations to thrive.




Brothers all are we

Let me walk with my brother

In perfect harmony

Let peace begin with me

Let this be the moment now

With every step I take

Let this be my solemn vow. . .