Sandy Hook Horror - Poem by Joyce Rugg
just another day, quite mundane
it seemed like nothing would change
lives were ended casually
just targets once they're in range
who could commit such a crime?
what could make such a monster?
was humanity trapped inside?
slaughter and sorrow reigned there,
quiet heroes passed away
as joy morphed into terror
all faded to red and gray
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