I am not a mother, but this pain I can sympathize with no matter that detail. I ache for these parents and extended family because for 48 hours, Trayvon laid as a John Doe in a morgue. For two days, a family wondered and worried and waited. For a moment I strip race from it, and wish I could forever. I hope any reader who happens upon this post never has to feel being sick with worry over where your brother, cousin, or friend might be if unheard from for two whole days at the age of 17. And then to find out they have lain in a MORGUE, unclaimed and cold.
First, I must say that you are an exquisite being, just based on the intelligent design of your essence. Your strength, resilience, the way you move? Pure poetry in motion. The variety of flavors in which you exist, coupled with the swagger of your persona delight the senses and cause pandemonium where your very footsteps trod. Sisters swoon at the very idea of you…
That is, when we are confronted with a Brother who is truly together; self-assured, well-groomed, respectful and motivated to be his best. You come from a long line of very eloquent, passionate, powerful men; I just wish that more of that was being expressed in the world you inhabit.
ok. i can’t WAIT 2 hear the new version of We Are The World!!! are you as excited as i am? u gotta be!!! the list of people on the track goes on forever, altho, none of the original artists are on the track… i agree with that choice… all in all, i REALLY hope [...]
and tho it’s not our job to save the world, when people express thoughts like this it makes me realize that, for the most-part, as much as we may want to, we can’t even save ourselves. heaven forbid that we do ever have a situation like that in California and people think like these idiots do.