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Faces of the inferno
by Steve Joos

Tuesday, April 01, 2003

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After seeing a newspaper photo of the Oaklahoma City Bobming Memorial, I was most struck by the pictures of the victims.

Some were white,

Some were black,

Some were brown.

Some were young,

Some were old,

Some were just babies.

Some were working,

Some had errands,

Some had plans.

In many ways,

All were innocent.

All were gone in

a matter of seconds.

The banality of evil,

A zoning board hearing

and the mournful sound

Of a cartoon song...

I love you, you love me...

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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 12/17/2006
it was a tragic time and we continue to feel its sting here in oklahoma
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/1/2003
*tears* beautiful, haunting tribute...hatred and war does not discriminate, all are affected in some way...(((HUGS))) and may God have mercy on us all...love, karla. *humming "i love you, you love me..." *tears*
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/1/2003
The last four lines threw me for a moment, but then realized they fit perfectly. Well done.
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