Gunned Down


just like that.


in nothing flat.


at school, at work,

at the library,

at the park,

on the street,

in the sanctuary

of a place of worship

or home.


some with others,

some alone.


and left dead

or never the same.


leaving families

and friends

with gravestones,

running their fingers

over their names.




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The Empty Chair

By Kara Legere Minton on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 10:21am ·

I see the empty chair there

At the table where you’d sit,

I close your bedroom door tight

But still leave a lamp dimly lit.

I hold the bear you used to

When you were lonely or felt sad.

I still play your favorite songs;

The ones you'd danced with dad.

I still water your rose bush

The one you planted mother’s day,

I save a spot in church next to me

Hoping and waiting while I pray.

I still make dinner for four;

Even though I know there's only three.

I hold on tight to all your artwork

And just know you’ll come back to me.

I fix the crooked picture frames

Still hanging on the wall.

I look at them every day and say,

“I miss you, I love you, come home, that's all.”

I’ve tried to patch the piece of my heart

That lies empty all the time

But I can’t do that without you here;

you’re the piece absent in my life.

I’d give my life, my soul, my being

To know just where you are.

The pain that I can’t bear to take

I kissed up to the stars.

But I will never give up hope;

Or stop searching for my blessing.

Please remember me; the lost

Don’t ever give up on the missing.

Newtown, Connecticut (CNN) -- Dressed in black fatigues and a military vest, a heavily armed man walked into a Connecticut elementary school Friday and opened fire, shattering the quiet of this southern New England town and leaving the nation reeling at the number of young lives lost.

Within minutes, 26 people were dead at Sandy Hook Elementary School -- 20 of them children. Among the six adults killed were Dawn Hochsprung, the school's beloved principal, and school psychologist Mary Sherlach.

The shooter, identified by three law enforcement officials as 20-year-old Adam Lanza, also was killed, apparently by his own hand. Separately, his mother's body was found at a Newtown residence

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