red rain mandala s

Instead of your child,
alive, we are sending you
our thoughts and our prayers.

For dVerse, brevity.

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57 responses to “Enough”

  1. Gospel Isosceles says :

    I think of the Florida school shooting and how empty those three words sound when compared to the life who stood there just yesterday…

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  2. Frank Hubeny says :

    We wish we could send the children back alive were we able to, but thoughts and prayers will have to do. The painting seems to display the event well.

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  3. merrildsmith says :

    Yes, enough.
    I’ve written something similar, but I haven’t posted. I just had to get it out.

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  4. lillian says :

    Chilling. How many more of these mass shootings must we endure before someone understands we can have sane gun control laws. Prayers no; policy yes.

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  5. Waltermarks says :

    Quite so, the bloodstained paper plate and words are not adequate to abate the suffering. You have said it well.

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  6. kanzensakura says :

    The poem is heartbreaking. The painting reflects it.

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  7. Jodi says :

    so devastating

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  8. Arcadia Maria says :

    Well said. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Petru J Viljoen says :

    Punch into the emptiness of such a terrible, terrible tragedy! What to be done?

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  10. paul scribbles says :

    Potent and full of the right kind of dissent.

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  11. As much cake as you want says :

    This post reminds me that even when we feel helpless – when it’s not clear how to effect change – making a response, creating, conversing, sharing, are so important!

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  12. Rosemary Nissen-Wade says :


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  13. Sharon Mann says :

    Thank you Kerfe, this grief must end.

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  14. whippetwisdom says :

    A very poignant message in the colours on the plate and in your words – nothing can bring those children back and yet the manufacture, sale and use of deadly weapons continues …

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  15. georgeplace2013 says :

    No words… only hurt

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  16. rivrvlogr says :

    Still speechless. Thank you for the words.

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  17. Janice says :

    That sums it up. Words of condolence have become more than empty.

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  18. Björn Rudberg (brudberg) says :

    I call those words hypocrisy…

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  19. lynn__ says :

    Violence, hate, and rage…we’ve endured more than enough of this madness! Where is basic respect for human life? The evil resides in our hearts.

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  20. purplepeninportland says :

    You sum it up perfectly. Well written piece.

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  21. Sarah Russell says :

    Yes, yes, yes. I am so glad that “thoughts and prayers” have become an epithet. When will we elect people who will stop killing children?

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  22. Mish says :

    Thought and prayers are acts of empathy. That is important but not as important as actions of prevention.

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  23. Jill Kuhn says :

    It is such a sad tragedy and so hard to understand…

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  24. kestrelart says :

    Empty thoughts
    Cold prayers

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