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Here are tribute poems for exceptional children and teachers who should be alive today:
the horror grows starker
as we see your sweet image
and cringe at the carnage;
but dear, how you mesmerize
with those vivid blue eyes
and death cannot sever
our hearts from you, ever.
a blue-eyed "gorgeous boy,"
was super beyond
death's power to destroy.
who idolized the New York Jets' Victor Cruz,
is now Cruz's hero
and neither can lose.
Grace Audrey McDonnell,
our "beautiful, sweet little girl,"
wherever you are now,
there's a far brighter world.
had a "spirit that drew people in"
(and an infinitely knowing
and cheeky grin!).
your mind and your smile
both exuded light.
a "creative, beautiful little girl"
who loved horses,
are you now riding Pegasus
down heaven's courses?
"an irrepressibly bright and spirited boy"
had brown, soulful eyes
and a spirit no killer can destroy.
as sweet a child as we've seen,
you "beat us all to paradise."
Was it because you were so very nice?
our love for you is unshaken;
as you "lit up all rooms" down here
you now illuminate heaven, dear.
Daniel Barden, his family's light,
once brightened this earth, and now brightens heaven?
not a bad trick for a boy who's just seven!
your only possible crime (I've been told)
was "being a wiggly, smiley six-year-old!"
so shy, so sweet, so caring,
loved to garden with her mother.
Six pink candles, then an eternity of sharing.
Catherine Violet Hubbard
when you were here
was never bare,
but full of light
and your electric hair!
had just turned seven;
now she will always be
"a lovely part of heaven."
"sweet, precious little angel,"
we fondly remember
your infectious smile.
Chase Kowalski, age seven
seems awfully early for heaven;
but since there was never a better child ...
perhaps the angels called, beguiled?
Jesse Lewis, so full of life,
you could fill a room with bright laughter;
I'm sure you're entertaining angels now
and brightening the Hereafter!
without your bright presence
the world seems much dimmer.
what we know of you
is so limited, but we love you too.
May your loved ones keep your memory secure
and your memory give them the strength to endure.
Here is a memorial poem for the school's lovely, valiant principal who, according to accounts, ran to defend her young charges the minute she heard shots being fired, lunging at the shooter in an attempt to disarm him:
each child's courageous friend?
you defended them all till the unthinkable end;
so let your kindness and valor be sung.
Rachel Davino protected her charges
from the killer's barrages;
like her loyal friend,
she was loyal to the end.
Anne Marie Murphy,
fun-loving, hard worker;
you defended your charges?
no coward, no shirker.
Lauren Gabrielle Rousseau,
who loved to teach, and who loved children so,
we're glad you achieved your dream
that final year, and how lovely you seem!
When Mary heard shots being fired, she could have run away to save her own life, but she joined principal Dawn Hochsprung by leaping to her feet and running to protect the students she loved so much.
Mary Sherlach, who courageously ran
without thought for her life to the aid of the children,
taught not just them, but also us,
Everyone loved Miss Victoria Soto;
she was every student's friend.
And when a killer threatened her charges,
she defended them to the end.
Keywords/Tags: Sandy Hook, school, student, students, children, shooting, massacre, teacher, teachers, violence, war, NRA, gun control, USA
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