|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Maureen Glaude on 12/28/04 at 12:40 AM|
having experienced the morning after, when our nephew at l8 was killed in a car crash, and wondering how a day could look sunny again, (and Thanksgiving weekend continue to be celebrated as it was on that weekend) I really relate. The littlest angel, here, or one of them, must have left such a giant tear in his wake. Beautiful work.
|Posted by Marjorie Anne Reagan on 12/28/04 at 03:08 AM|
Chris, beautiful memorial for a sweet angel.
My prayers are with all of you.
|Posted by Morgan D Hafele on 01/02/05 at 03:51 PM|
one of the first poems that i read by you. it still hits as hard as it did the first time. this one is beyond words, but thank you for sharing chris.
|Posted by Megan Langley on 01/03/05 at 12:27 AM|
Very powerful and touching poem, beautifully written
|Posted by Charles E Minshall on 01/03/05 at 12:32 AM|
I echo all of the comment sentiments Chris...Well done!...Charlie
|Posted by JD Clay on 01/03/05 at 01:08 AM|
Aptly titled tribute, Chris. This one really tugs at the heart strings.
|Posted by Michele Schottelkorb on 01/03/05 at 02:27 AM|
heartbreaking tribute to a wee one~fitting at this time of global mourning for the little ones... you've scripted a vivid portrait of this special little man... blessings...
|Posted by Mary Ellen Smith on 01/04/05 at 07:49 PM|
You captured the gift that he gave to all in the office so perfectly and I am adding this to my favorites even tho it is a heartbreaker to read.