Dedication to Cheryl

When will this senseless violence stop. How many times will we get the news, or turn on the TV to hear the news that a friend, family member, loved one has lost their life has lost their life due to somebodies ignorance and stupidity? Why is it that a son has to grow up without his mother?

Now he has to ask those who were close to her the kind of woman she was. He has to grow up now without feeling her presence not being able to go to her, and get her advice on things life throws his way that only a mothers love can get him through. A husband had to say goodbye to not only his wife, but his companion, his soul mate, his friend, his shoulder to lean on in his time of need. Friends and family have to go through life recalling the memories they once shared shedding tears because they can no longer call on them because somebody took them away from. An innocent life was lost and can never be replaced because of the ignorance somebody had, and felt the need to shoot their gun inside a house of innocent people.

A mother’s life was taken while minding her own business while she was holding her son in her arms. Now she will never be able to hold her son again, tuck him in bed at night and tell him she loves him. She can no longer spend time with her husband, and tell him how much he means the world to her and thank the man above for sending him to her to go through all the good and bad things in life together. There will be a trial for the ones who took her life, but a guilty verdict won’t be enough to fill the void left by her departure.

They say God has a plan for everything, and he called upon her to come home because her job on earth was done, but at this very moment its hard trying to convince the ones close to her that it was her time to go, and that she was gone to soon. Life should never be taken for granted always tell a friend, family, or loved one that you love them and hug them like there’s no tomorrow because you never know what tomorrow holds. We will see you when our time comes and we will laugh, talk, and toast as we did when you were here, and we promise to keep your memory alive and be there for your son as he grows up, and tell them how you lived your life and was kind to others. These are the thoughts that everybody has when they hear the news that somebody close to them life was taken far to soon, and we must always remember to never forget them and that their memories will always live on through us.

Curl J. Louis
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Born in New Orleans, LA on 11/12/1983 (I'm an 80's baby). Served 8yrs in the Air Force Reserve served during Iraqi Freedom is currently a Warehouse Supervisor for Babies R US Attended Southern University (Go Jags) studied Business Marketing with minor n pre-law Interest: reading books from Eric Jerome Dickey to Sister Souljah,writing poetry n currently working on a poetry book called Predetermined Thoughts of the Mind, traveling to different parts of the word especially the islands, listening to music from Rap/R&B to Neo-Soul anything that intrigues the mind, spending much quality time with my daughter Akaiya, going out with friends enjoying the good life.

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