Eileen Dawson Peterson

Eileen Dawson Peterson

Eileen Dawson Peterson

Eileen Dawson Peterson grew up in South Dakota but has lived in Eugene, OR since 1952. She has written poetry since childhood.

She is an award winning poet and playwright published in numerous magazines including "South Dakota Magazine" and "Faith and Inspiration" and in several Anthologies including "HerStory" from ElizaPress.

Renew Us with Love, poem by Eileen Dawson Peterson

Still the guns hush the mortars stop the bombs. There can be no peace while war is waged, people die, are maimed, languish without hope soldiers drop in vain for no good reason

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Against the Darkness, poem by Eileen Dawson Peterson

Light a candle against the darkness. strike a match and let it flair. light the shadows, lift a curtain, open the windows and fling wide the door.

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Foreign Soil, poem by Eileen Dawson Peterson

the sun rises in a golden glow

            over a beautiful land

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