Social Justice Poetry

Did You See Adam Lanza? | A Social Justice Poem by Donal Mahoney

You don’t know me but
maybe we should meet.
I’m your neighbor now,
just moved in
the big house
down the street.
Yesterday I waved twice.
I guess you didn’t notice.

Mother’s at the store
but she’ll be back
in half an hour.
I know she’d like
to meet you.
Now as I said,

you don’t know me but
maybe we should meet.
I’m your neighbor now,
just moved in
the big house
down the street.
Yesterday I waved twice.
I guess you didn’t notice.

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