Category Archives: Newtown

You called me here to watch you cry

You called me here to watch you cry You called me here to watch you cry And I bear witness to your pain You, whom I have loved all my life Who only ever lived for me And loved me … Continue reading

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Tribute to the children

You (little children) Your poetry is fashioned of gossamer wings. Ephemeral cotton candy strings, sweet and melting in the mouth. Fleeting, breathing not a sound, but whispering sweet nothings. With cadence and rhythm swings. I put no price on such … Continue reading

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