14 thoughts on “For Boston . . .

  1. Thank you Kevin.

    I work in downtown Boston (not Back Bay) and when we first heard of the “explosion” we thought it was an infrastructure issue. When we finally learned they were bombs, everyone panicked, and began to leave the city. South Station was a nightmare. I actually stayed behind and took a later train figuring I was safer in the office than standing in a mob of people trying to get on a train.

    When I saw the official damage reports (human, not structural) I couldn’t believe my eyes! Why would anyone do something like this? It baffles the mind.

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  3. Drawing strength from other writers and poets…isn’t it interesting as many of us aspire to inspire on wordpress. Thank God this week of horrors is done. May we pray and ask God to help those who need it the most .

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