by Quinn C. Dodge
A sunny day with August greena mechanical mishapa tragic sceneA father's scream to a gawking skyA mother's pleasSave my childCars passing bythe world doesn't stopYet all the while, a frozen clock.Bodies in shockvoices weakened by fearwaterproof napkinsto ebb endless tears.Eleven years, intangible pain, invisible woundsscar what remains, when one leaves too soon.
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