Boston, We'll Remember

Boston, We'll Remember

A Poem by Robin

An honor to the ones who are hurting in Boston.

Blackened streets meant for joy
The runners went to play
Never saw this to be
A darkened sort of day

Who does such an evil
To people in their prime
Who only wished to run
that's really not a crime

Ol Boston we'll remember
The day we can't abate
When horror touched your streets
And lives were snatched away

© 2013 Robin

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this is a beautiful tribute ....thank you for writing it.

there is such chaos in the world today.


Posted 10 Years Ago

Why do things like this happen to the most innocent people? You go to school (Conneticut). You get shot. You go to watch a movie. You get shot. You go run. You get BOMBED. On earth. People need help. Anyways, your rhyming was great, except for "abate" and "away". Those are near rhymes. But otherwise your poem is fine. This the first of your works I have read, and I know I'll be reading more. Let's all pray for Boston.

Posted 10 Years Ago


10 Years Ago

Thank you for your review. And yes I used an off-rhyme at the end of this poem using assonance purpo.. read more
A very nice poem to honor the people of Boston.

Posted 10 Years Ago

sad situation and day.

Posted 10 Years Ago

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Added on April 17, 2013
Last Updated on April 17, 2013



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