Apr 20, 2018
19 years after Columbine, i believe - a #poem
19 years after Columbine, i believe
© Rabbi Menachem Creditor
i believe in this world
even when it writhes
especially when it groans
it is in those very moments
moments of deep pain
that the heart of this world is revealed
moaning means our pain has a voice
hearing moaning means our ears work
noticing moaning means our hearts work
noticing others moaning means our souls are alive.
today, 19 years after Columbine
today, hundreds of thousands of our children are moaning
their tears, their eyes, their souls, their voices
where are your ears? listen.
where is your heart? feel.
where is your soul? act.
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