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July 11, 2013
Ever remembering you in thoughts and prayers that there will be continued healing for the broken. And may God strengthen and guide as you, West Texas, endeavor to go forth.

DEAR TEXAS

We've heard your cry, seen your tears
And felt your deeply gripping fears.
We sense your pain and your loss,
Which comes at such an immense cost.

But there are countless angels there
That serve amongst you unawares.
And there are heroes—not a few—
Whose hearts are filled with heaven's dew.

Oh, let the mocking bird yet sing
While nursing now a broken wing.
And to her faith forever cling—
Tho' fate has dealt a treacherous sting.
Oh, Texas, you can make it through.
We send these bluebonnets for you.

© 2013 Walterrean Salley
May 25, 2013
To all those that lost someone in this tragedy. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Your loved one will never be forgotten.
May 8, 2013
I'm really sorry for this tragedy that has happened to all of you there in West. Please do not blame God.
(James 1:13)
Lean on Him in prayers and get closer to Him. (Romans 12:12)
He will suppy you with strength to get thru this ordeal. (Isaiah 12:2)
April 29, 2013
I was born 1933 and raised all over Abbott, Penelope and West Texas. I have always loved my home-town. This tragedy has caused my heart to ache along with yours. Please know that God is not responsible for this terrible ordeal that you are going through. James 1:13. God is love and is touched by all your sorrow at this time.
John W Dudley former student at Abbott High.
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