Author: Canadian Erect Mountie PM
A poem dedicated to the victims and the families of the victims during the Massacre. To be read to the tune of Hallelujah. Rest in peace, dear ones.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Tragedy/Family - Words: 187 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 12-18-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3084122
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A/N: To be read to the tune of "Hallelujah," God bless you all :3 I live in Rhode Island, so this affected me too.
Dedicated to the families and dead loved ones in Newtown, Connecticut.
Maybe you loved me once
Before you made my heart go crunch
But now we don't exist to you, do we?
And it's not a pain, we can feel alright
It's not a hole to be filled with light
It's an empty void screaming, "Hallelujah!"
There once was a pain you felt inside
When we were there your pain would abide
But we left each other and then it all returned
And the memory will crash down as a wave
Relentlessly, day after day
Until they no longer utter "Hallelujah."
Your heart was weak and you needed love
You saw them lonely, white caged doves
A beauty forever longing to be freed
Tamed a spirit could never be
Even when you bowed on one knee
And the red provoked a desperate "Hallelujah!"
Rest in piece, oh lovely ones. We shall never forget you.