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NEVER TO FORGET

Someone’s stealing

women

Right up off

the street

Down around

the part of town

Where main and

hastings meet

This sociopathic

hunter

Selects his

human prey

And like the wind

is never seen

Carries them

away

 

 He leaves behind

the heartache

A trail of pain

and tears

So many lives

affected by

The damage through

the years 

 

 They held a ceremony

To dedicate

a bench

In a little park

tucked away

From the city’s

stench  

 

 All of them

were daughters

Some mothers shared

their pain

In a circle of

friends and family

Soaked in tears

and rain  

 

 Much like that day,

those missing

We’ll keep without

regret

Within our hearts

and memories

Never to

forget.

 

BY: richard lin coombe

03-18-00  

Poem written by Richard Coombe after attending the Bench Dedication at Crab Park.
Richard has known Kerry Koski  since she was 13 years old.

CRAB PARK BENCH DEDICATION-March 18, 2000

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kerry Lynn Koski

 

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Updated: August 21, 2016