Mary Bridget Sellen

(London, UK)

Silent Tears - Poem by Mary Bridget Sellen

On to every cheek
A tear must drop,
And I ask myself,
When will all
This killing stop.

If we could learn
A lesson from the pain
Caused in Dunblane,
Then all the young
Lives lost there
Would not be in vain,

And silent tears,
In memories forever
Will remain.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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