Pages tagged with Missing Child

There is nothing more terrifying for a family than to lose their child in a mall. You can only wish that a security guard would find the child. We don't want to think of the alternative of not finding the child.
A shattered dream in life. A tattered family torn apart. Who is in control of the heart?
A man caught a shark and he climbed inside the shark's belly so that he can have a picture to show to the world how he survive from that shark.
During National Missing Children's Day, 2013, many recall of the changes that have occurred during the past thirty years after a missing child from thirty years ago received national attention. Thirty years ago when a child disappeared, was kidnapped or abducted, many regulations wer...
In acknowledging National Missing Children's Day, it's a sad time to reflect on. Remembering those innocent lives snatched away by tragedy seems more than a sane individual could bear. Seems scarey, cruel,senseless and rather cruel but it continues by the day, hour, minute, second int...
I wrote this poem for my brother who was tragically deceased on 28 Feb 2013. I felt a need to make it public as a remembrance to him and a way in which to honour him as he was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
The serial killer saga continues.. this serial killer is a collector of children and he leaves his mark on the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Stains that would be in the hearts of all parent forever....
In the United States, someone under the age of eighteen goes missing every 40 seconds. Two thousand children every day in the US, 800 thousand children every year go missing in the US. According to the USDOJ (United States Department of Justice), every year, 11.4 children per 1, 000 ...
~ She talked about the Lawrence Welk band ~ dancing while her husband performed with them ~ 87 years old ~ she closes her eyes ~ falls into a pirouette ~ I catch her & she goes home ~ a tear in her eye ~ he is long gone ~ Mister Welk too ~
~Super Mario owned the room~Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles~neighborhood waifs in sleeping piles like puppies~or kittens~counting heads & wondering~who do you belong to~five of my own~I’m never alone~always room for another child or two~Daddy’s home~
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