How could you hurt her
how could you murder
our Morgan girl
take her from this world?
no way, no how
can you hurt my baby now.
Some day
some way
you’re gonna haveta pay.
no way, no how
is there a god that would allow
you to escape somehow.
I reckon a reckoning is due
retribution is coming to you.
I’ll wait
for your fate,
mercy decimated
by how you hated.
I hear tell
paybacks are hell
whether of fire or prison cell
and that’s just where you’ll go
for killing our precious girl – Mogo

4 Responses to “Gil Harrington’s thoughts from November 30th, 2010”

  1. Julie says:

    I will never stop praying that one day you will see the “Composite Guy” hauled into court and put away forever.
    His life will be over, but your love for Morgan will never end.
    TOO much, FOR ever, ONE more time.

  2. Laura says:

    There will be a reckoning… I really believe this in all my heart and soul. Morgan will get the justice that she deserves. It is just a matter of time… Hold on… hold on… it will happen. I truly believe it. You have way too many people praying for you for it not to be so.

  3. ann says:

    I’ve been wondering what to say. So… this …I read this piece written by Jim Jenkins about Wade Edwards when he died in a car crash in 1996 at the age of 16. This paragraph really says, in my estimation, what I feel that makes me think of Morgan and her family: a family of humankind – the best humankind.

    “What is there to say? It hurts. It hurts a lot. We must gather ’round this family now, not to presume that we can fill the emptiness or cure the grief, but to let them know that we share both. Our feelings, our terrible feelings, remind us that we really are the family of humankind. Their loss is our loss, and their child is our child — our classmate, our student, our friend, our brother, our nephew, our grandson.”

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