The Virginia Tech

May 1, 2008
By Diego Orellana, South Sioux City, NE

The Virginia Tech is something never to forget
He probably died with nothing but regret
Those who once held dear
Have nothing else but a shattered tear
He must pay for what he’s done
And wherever he’s at he’s trying to run
He lost everything he had
Even the love from his mom and dad
Now he must deal with pain and sorrow
And happiness is something you can never borrow
Now he’s in hell
And does nothing but yell
Many people think about hanging themselves with a rope
But what they don’t know, though, is that there is still some hope.

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