Re: Sandy Hook… Beautiful Healing Poem
This morning I woke up, looked at the Connecticut sky. I had a good feeling I can’t tell you why.
I kissed Mommy goodbye, and told Daddy I love you. And before we separated at the sign, I told sister see you soon.
The bell rung, we all rushed inside. It was warm and loving like a campfire light.
The teacher smiled, my friends waved hello. We started class, but before you know.. The door busted open, a man with a gun. I was scared and broken I looked at the sun.
The same sun I saw with so much love. Now brought me worry but I’d stay tough. I felt a pain go through my whole body. I saw a light and an awful goodbye.
I saw Mommy’s face, her beautiful, soft lips. I kissed her this morning, she was something I’d miss.
I smelled Daddy’s cologne, when he hugged me today. He left for work, not knowing what life would take.
Sister was only a few blocks away, in a classroom, I could see I’ll never get to say how much she means to me.
My 6th birthday was coming soon, I was dreaming of ponies dolls and shoes. Then I felt a hand touch my face. I was overwhelmed in an amazing grace.
God said to me, “don’t be worry, child. you’ve been here before. it’s just been a while.”
I looked on my back, where I found wings. I felt a halo and clouds under my feet. With me, when I looked, were my friends by my side. That man sent us here, but I”m alright.
Maybe he was sick, maybe he was crazy. Maybe he hurt us because he was hurting, maybe? I watch the tears all over the country. Over the few years their pain because of me. I watched my family break apart. but they knew I was in their hearts. I don’t know much, but I know this; my mommy should’ve never had to bury her own kid.
Although it’s tough, although it’s hard I think God would want us to forgive the killer in our hearts.
What you don’t know, but what I’ll tell you, is I’m just fine. in this heaven of mine.
Maybe this will teach you to never regret a thing. Be happy with what God gave you, because you could’ve been me.
Now, maybe I was young, maybe I didn’t deserve it. But maybe I taught a lesson, now please…learn it. Love with everything, always smile a lot. Remember this lesson, that I taught. Wipe the tears, enjoy the years. Time goes by fast, you don’t know which day is your last. Pray for my family, for my friend’s family, too. I’m sure they’ll be grateful, and thankful to you.
I’m an angel, all brand new. I came up here this afternoon. I would be 6 years old, but God has a plan. Remember this feeling of distraught, remember this lesson that I taught.
– Innocent soul
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