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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

I've seen the light

I've seen the light

I've seen the light
I know why Gerry was so furtive that night
Busy setting the stage
For the disappearance of Madeleine, 3 years of age.
There was not a Tanner let alone an abductor in sight.

"They've taken her. Madeleine has gone" Kate cried
On 3 May 2007, the day that Madeleine died
The McCanns know what they both did
One killed Madeleine and the other her body hid
About the "break-in" they both lied.

The People's new little Princess
The McCanns ask "How to get out of the mess?"
That's simple, you both only have to confess!

Simon Armitage's Madeleine McCann poem

Simon Armitage's poem about Madeleine McCann, published in times2 and to be auctioned for the Find Madeleine campaign

The Beacon

Dusk, doubt, the growing depth of an evening sky,
dark setting in as it did that night,
the forever vastness of outer space
reflecting the emptiness here inside,
shadowing, colouring, clouding the mind.

But somewhere out there there has to be life,
the distance only a matter of time,
a world like our own, its markings and shades
as uniquely formed as a daughter’s eye,
distinctly flecked, undeniably hers,
looking back this way through the miles and years

to a lantern cupping a golden blaze,
its candle alive with a fierce blonde flame
for the thousandth time, for as long as it takes.


Arguida said...

I rather like that poem. It is ambiguous enough to read what you like into it. I do believe he was correct in feeling dusk was the time when something happened and their minds were indeed clouded when they decided on the cover up.

If she is alive it is certainly in the other world and not this one.

Jo said...

"The mccanns must work with the Portuguese police"
Not in this life and even not after I dunno how many reincarnations.....too busy making $$$$$$$$$$$$