Sunday, 17 June 2012

Has it really been a decade?

I remember the awful horror
Of the news reports; and fears
For a girl called Milly Dowler, missing
From her parents, friends and peers

She vanished from the station
The one she went through everyday
No one saw her or knew a thing
How does a girl just go away?

Has it really been a decade?
It seems like just last year
Now I'm a mum it's oh so real
Yet we can't all live in fear

Her killer is now imprisoned
No more harm will he ever do
Her parents work in Milly's name
Their way to make it through

This has been written as part of the Saturday Centus
Jenny Matlock

The Milly Dowler legacy is now part of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust Live Life Safe

12 comments:

Bookie said...

Nice job though the story is so sad....

Viki said...

So sad. She is so beautiful.

anitamombanita said...

Wow. Interesting that you and one other Centusian picked this as a direction for your piece. Same theme, very different approaches. Nicely done.

bluegrassnotes said...

Wow, powerful work on the prompt.

Judie said...

I agree with Anita on this. An excellent take on the prompt, as well.

Emma Major said...

Sad but one with lessons for us all to remember. Thanks for reading

Emma Major said...

Isn't it. Thanks for popping by

Emma Major said...

That's what's so fantastic about writing to a prompt or theme; it allows creativity in all directions show

Emma Major said...

Thanks

Emma Major said...

Thanks, it's nice to know it comes across well

Jenny said...

What a well written remembrance.

This was poignant and touching.

And every parents nightmare!

Emma Major said...

Thanks Jenny