Sandy Angels - Poem by Francee Bouvenir
Marked the day, they're serenity
into eternity. Transformed
creations in reincarnations. As
wings called upon from the nest.
Anguish mourners thy bodies
at rest. Grieving offspring's
confused brains, scorn hearts
with never-ending pain.
Meaningless crime fades into
time. Overcome a sin will never
win. An unforgettable event
shouldn't been meant. We
encounter to educate but still
underestimate. Prayers strengthen
day by day. As we go on about
our way. Memorable honor in
history they save to remembered
as loyal braves.
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