"To all the families and friends of the precious children sadly taken from us, we send our most sincere condolences. May the memories of all the students and teachers be in our hearts forever. Their smiles, love, kindness, friendship, strength, talents and thirst for learning and educating will be in our thoughts day in and day out. Losing anyone or anything is never easy, but the support and outpouring of love from around the world will surely make this time a time to reflect and cherish the values that the children and teachers bestowed upon each other and us. The beautiful faces of those we lost will always be in our hearts and thoughts for eternity."
– Margery and Michael Solomon,
Jan 17, 2013
"my prayers go out to everyone of you for your loss.your childern will always be with you in your heart.i wish i could go and hug each and every one of you,to let you know i care."
– judy reynolds mello,
swansea, MA, Dec 23, 2012
My dedication poems to the children and teachers of Sandy Hook elementary School...
"All our prayers and thoughts are with you for this Holiday season and beyond.. Michael J Falotico"
– Michael J Falotico, A Poet who feels the pain,
Eastchester, NY, Dec 22, 2012
"Forever Your Angel
Mommy you always called me your little angel, daddy you alway kept me from danger, with all the love, courage, and knowledge you gave me, I never in my life felt like a stranger, the both of you will always be my pride and joy, with everything in life that you gave me, there was never a moment I didn't enjoy, and I wish you could see me now, I'm in a better place you know as the Promise Land, Mommy, Daddy I'm glad you always been there for me, and I hope the two of you could understand, that although you can't see me, I will always love you, and be in your dreams.
To the Families and Parents of those precious son or daughter, I wrote this poem, hoping you would see, that your love ones that you lost, would be thinking of you, on their way to heaven, God bless their little souls, and may your son or daughter Rest in Peace."
– Javier Mirabal,
West Palm Beach, FL, Dec 21, 2012
A message from the angels of Sandy Hook Elementary school
"My heart is heavy today I went to Newtown, CT with a lot of pain, and sadness of what I heard on TV, but when I arrived I saw how people become much closer from each other by helping and giving hugs, Sense of hope are everywhere. Today I left Sandy Hook with good feeling not only because I spend some time to show some respect, or put flowers and two teddy bears and I light up couple of candles, but what makes me feel good the most is that today I am sure more then ever that with all the sadness and bad news that we heard on Friday, I can guarantee that good people are everywhere and still more then bad, and with every person trying to hurt or do something bad, there are millions are ready to do whatever it take to protect and help others that's what makes me feel safe. God bless us all."
– Walid Salama, Parents,
Newark, NJ, Dec 20, 2012
"I was a second grade teacher for 34 years to many, many beautiful children who brought joy into my life. I still keep in contact with some and am blessed to see them grow up into beautiful adults.
It tears my heart to know that you and your children have been denied that. And, for the teachers and administrators who so gallantly who fought hard to protect your loved ones they are truly heroes.
May God continue to be a holy presence in all your lives and in your community and I offer my simple prayers .
– Ivanna, a friend in Christ,
Melrose, MN, Dec 20, 2012