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The Children Of Sandyhook/a poem

Updated on April 13, 2013
This poem is a dedication to the victims of Sandyhook. I know that people have different religious views and the ones in this poem are mine, and aren't meant to offend anyone.
This poem is a dedication to the victims of Sandyhook. I know that people have different religious views and the ones in this poem are mine, and aren't meant to offend anyone.

The Children Of Sandyhook

For The Children of Sandy hook

Their lives were planned by God, from the moment of their birth, but they didn’t get to spend much time, here with us on earth.

We shared so much laughter, and saw the life in their eyes, but now we stand in shock, and ask ourselves why.

They were so small and innocent, like butterflies in the spring, how could twenty children suddenly wear angel wings?

The halls echoed with giggles, and the running of tiny feet, classrooms full of smiles, and eyes so curious and sweet.

So many birthdays that we will never get to see, proms, weddings, and grandkids, that now will never be.

How could someone so hateful cause so much pain, How can their lives be gone like mist in the rain?

In the aftermath of tragedy the children were taken away, but God has them all, and we’ll see them again someday.

Theresa Bauserman

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