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Memo From God

TO: LITTLETON

FROM: GOD

DATE: APRIL 21, 1999

Dear Parents, Friends and Loved Ones

these precious youth you've lost,

I see your broken spirits;

I know the terrible cost.

Though evil reigned at Columbine

And horror filled the air,

I wanted all of you to know

I left Heaven and came there.

I summoned Heaven's Angels

Long before the call came in,

To share the dreadful warning

Of what would soon begin.

The angels' wings were folded;

They knew what was to come.

When I said, "I'll lead this mission,"

They followed one by one.

"I will go and get these babies

And bring them home with me,

Where they'll live in Heaven's Schoolhouse,

Where it's safe and terror free."

Yes, I've prepared a Special Schoolhouse.

It stands out from all the rest.

The Welcome Mat reads, "Columbine";

It's reserved for Heaven's best.

I was hovering all around them,

In the Library and the Hall.

When the evil forces entered,

Your children heard me call.

I wrapped my arms around them,

Pulled them close unto my breast.

"I've come to take you with me.

We must go and leave the rest.

"Your friends will long remember

All the cool times that we shared,

And the Angels will remind them

How very much you cared."

Yes, I took those precious children

In the twinkling of an eye.

We were on our way to Heaven,

To their Schoolhouse in the sky.

I know your hearts are broken.

I know the pain you bear.

My heart is also broken

By the evil everywhere.

Please help me fight this battle

To keep our children safe,

Through prayers and love and sharing

And holding to the Faith,

That Peace will surely reign one day

In schools throughout the lands,

For all our future hopes and dreams

Rest in our students' hands.

I'll give you peace to fill your heart,

Send sun to break the night,

Provide the strength to move beyond

The wrongs and do what's right.

You ask how I can know your pain,

From the loss of your dear one,

It's because it seems like yesterday,

When I, too, gave up a Son.