Michael Sumpter

Rookie (12/14/1994 / Connecticut)

Danielle - Poem by Michael Sumpter

This poem is in memory of Danielle Plourde (1996-2006)

A lonely chair

An empty desk

Someone’s family in distress

The way home went by in a blur

It happened so fast I can’t even conquer

The truck came

The crash rang out

And then I felt nothing, my last thought was ouch

Am I forgotten

Am I alone

Does anyone think of me

I’m lost and need a home

So mommy and daddy

And brother too

Don’t forget to think of me

I’ll never forget you

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 9, 2009

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