A Parents Greatest Loss - Poem by Kelley Collins
I gave my trust to the man in the sky,
my children were taken; and, I felt I would die!
Lord, why did he take the innocent and true?
I now live my life so empty and blue!
We always kept faith for everyone to know,
Father, the pain I carry now, 'I'll never let go! '
I see their pictures upon my wall,
I hear their calls whn I walk down the hall,
Their lives on earth were taken too fast
by drugs, alcohol, and a shotgun blast!
I often ask myself,
'Why couldn't their dad leave his gun on the shelf? '
I know Lord, my angels are ith you,
Through my tears I still pray, Lonely and blue!
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