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Thoughts on peace from the Second Grade
Posted 09/24/2018 04:57PM

September 21st is the International Day of Peace! In the week before this important date, Second Graders have been discussing the definition of peace. Here are some of their thoughts on peace. Enjoy!

Peace smells like love in the air. - Isabela

Peace tastes like mint. - Scarlett

Peace tastes like pizza. - Austin

Peace feels like the nice texture of a brownie crunching in your mouth. - Will

Peace smells like red roses. - Trip

Peace tastes like fresh apples. - Zander

Peace sounds like snakes. - Thomas

Peace sounds like a dolphin splashing in blue waves. - Liv

Peace sounds like a nice, quiet room. - Diggs

Peace smells like freedom. - Sloane

Peace is petting Tali after Tali gets groomed. - Arthur

Peace is no war. - Tristan

It looks like a rainbow in the sky and feels like a hug. - Georgia

Peace tastes like a banana split.  - Mimi

Peace feels like the rushing of clear wind all over your body! - Ben

Peace sounds like a river. - Sabina

Peace feels like me and my dog on my couch. - Myles

Peace tastes like hot chocolate. - Shea

Peace is like sleep. - Colby

Peace smells like pine trees. - Townsend

Peace feels like a cold winter breeze and snowing in the night. - Mason

Peace feels like a bouquet of flowers in a happy family's living room. - Clare

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