hannah cobb


sunset


The sunrise is the start
And the sunset is the end
So many hearts broken apart
With not one hand to be lend

So many faces young and old
Too many to count
And too many to let go
How can we mount to this?

Children play with their kin
Until the day end
To lay soft and still with their kin
Waiting to be mend

So hard to look back
When you fall
Stop with a hard piece of black
Can't even call

The sunrise is the start
And the sunset is the end
So hard to part
With the end

Submitted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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This poem is dedicate to the ones who suffer from guns.
People have suffer so much because of gun violence. Some people didn't even get taken care of until it is too late. And it is very hard to let go when someone could have easily been saved if there was no guns.

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