Tragedy At Newtown High Poem | Ryan Ngala


Edited, Recited, Typed & Written
By 
Mr. Ryan Ngala & Mr. Rico Speight
Ryan Ngala's Poems™ | STN® Poetry

I can’t describe the words,
Of how many people,
Lost their lives,
Where the Friday mass shooting,
Took place in such a short period of time.

Parents drop their kids,
To school at,
Sandy Hook Elementary,
But is sad to say that,
This will be the last time,
They will ever see,
Their loved one once again.

This town has it's,
Up’s and down’s,
But full of pain and grief,
But why would an evil madman,
Take an innocent life,
In such hatred and betrayal,
The news media coverage,
Says it all.

When a 20-year old,  
Started with an evil ambition in mind,
He began shooting with hundreds rounds of ammunition,
Knowing that he was dangerous and was being wanted for a crime.

That he did commit,
But he ended his life with a bullet,
And that was the end of it,
As a suspect who could have wished to be sent to hell.

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