Saturday, December 15, 2012

Sadness

I titled my post Sadness because I honestly wasn't sure what to call it. Plus, I'm full of sadness tonight. I've posted many times after a tragedy and the one that happened in Connecticut yesterday is no exception.

It almost was. I mean, really, I don't want to hear about it anymore. Not because I'm so heartless that I don't care. No, quite the opposite. I care too much. It's too close and so wrong. I hate the bad things that exist in this world, hate that we have to have bad things happen all the time. I don't understand it, nor do I want to. I just want it to go away.

It hurts, it makes me cry and makes me want to know why. And it makes me thankful even more that I could go to my kids right now and hold them in my arms. Makes me so happy that I got to pick my kids up from school, take them to the movie they've been asking me to go to, put up a Christmas tree, wrap their presents, everything. I'm just thankful.

That's it really, I meant to only write something brief and then post a poem I wrote because I write when I'm emotional. Since my sadness does not belong in any of my three current WIPs at the moment, I wrote a poem. So, here it is.

Angels

Life unlived
Experiences missed
Milestones passed
Without chance
Knowledge ungained
Beauty unchanged
Graduations planned
Never allowed
Firsts unknown
Innocence stolen
Promises avowed
And unbroken
Unfair choices
Misplaced sorrow
Angels born
Who deserved a tomorrow.

That's it. And I'm actually hoping to have a special post coming up soon, so I'll see you again later this week. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a good weekend. ((((((hugs))))))) because I think hugs are really nice, especially right now. :)

5 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Yesterday's tragedy is proof that there is a devil. I almost don't even know where to begin to pray.
Your poem is very touching.

SC Author said...

*hugs* I loved that poem. I hope something will happen, and this type of stuff will end.... Keep hope, no matter how hard it is. Stay strong <3

Tia Bach said...

The poem fit so well, especially with the sadness of the event. Every time I think about it, I get teary. I think we all need to put as much goodness out in the world as we can, to try to tilt the balance back.

Debra McKellan said...

I sat at my desk for like 3 hours reading updates, and it just kept getting worse. It was a very sad day.

*hugs*

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