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“Into the Night One Day”

My sister, her husband, their young children Left us to walk into the night one day. We still don’t know the why, or even when. Their new car was found with his weekly pay On the seat with his cell … Continue reading

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“Guilty”

Forty-five of forty-eight Sandusky learns his fate. Penn State coach, child abuser. Justice for each accuser. Jail sentence in his future Very long one to be sure. Victims vindicated now As best their pasts will allow. Peace. (Suggested by “Sandusky … Continue reading

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“The Prosecution Rests”

Eight sit in the chair And testify against the man. Tension fills the air They tell their tales as best they can. A hero, a coach The man is on trial for rape. Ten, he did approach Young boys. Too … Continue reading

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