Sandy Hook And Gun Laws - Poem by louis rams
gone are the mom and pop stores that i once knew
candy stores, malt shops, newspaper and magazine stands too.
life was so much simpler then, you knew your neighbors
and had a lot of friends.
schools were for learning, and where kids could go to play
now you don't see that on any given day.
teachers and adults were respected and a sense of pride in the air
' now adays no one seems to care'.
they are trying to pass a stricker gun law
because of what happened at SANDY HOOK
but that won't happen, because we have too many POLITICAL crooks.
twenty little angels were taken away that day
and six adult educators who got in the gunmans way.
now i'm not against the secod amendment
i think it's our given right, but when it comes
to 'ASSAULT Weapons'
the public should start to fight.
the public don't need ' assault weapons'
we must take them off the streets
these are weapons of mass destruction
being sold through 'political corruption'
while children lay dead at our feet.
i think the publics 'outrage' should be heard loud and clear
maybe then - it'll create political fear.
(C) L. RAMS
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