Fashion die-lema

What to wear
What do I care
So foolish, in a mess
Can’t figure out how to dress
I’m going to meet a killer
Don’t want to overdo
like I dressed up for the rendez-vous
with the guy who murdered you
want nothing to obscure our pain
so I’ll stick with neat and plain
know he’ll be sporting stripe and chain

I want to show strength and courage, too
How does that translate into a shoe?
flats will have to do
I want to look composed and calm
though my mind thrums alarm
and my very cells clamor for just dis
JUSTICE
I’ll emit an unwavering incandescent message of loss and grief
versus murderer – worst kind of thief

It doesn’t matter what I wear
when I’m sitting there
I know this
I’ll be clothed in righteousness
and he’ll be unmasked and naked for the world to see
festering in infamy
and the meter’s running pal
time to pay up
fess up
judgment is coming and you will atone
for every scream, every moan
every snap of broken bone

Amen
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One Response to “GIL HARRINGTON’S THOUGHTS ON MARCH 22, 2015”

  1. Karen says:

    Gil,

    The light is becoming visible at the end of the tunnel. This is what we have been praying for. The end of this terrible journey is coming closer day by day. My prayers are with you through this gut wrenching time. It’s going to be hard for you to look at who took away your daughter’s future. Be strong for Morgan. Justice will prevail and you will find some kind of peace from this.

    Karen

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