This is written in response to a tragic accident involving 5 children left alone to die in a fire while their father went to the store to buy cigarettes. Motivated by anger How dare you place your kids in danger? To support a habit A pack of cigarettes, did you really need to have it? Is that more important than doing your job? But instead you let Death steal and rob Locking those poor kids in the house while you go get your smoke Do you think parenthood is just a big joke? Didn’t know space heaters would overload and start to burn Now you have a very difficult lesson to learn Kids couldn’t escape, if you had been there they may have survived How dare you have the audacity to leave them, the oldest child was only five You come walking down the street, realizing your place is no more Now you have to tell the mother you killed the kids she adored She at work trying to make a better life for the little ones You ruined that dream, you might as well killed them with a loaded gun. No smoke detectors in the place And that is truly a disgrace For 5 dollars you could have got what you need Brother man, human services gives the detectors away for free But you get away with a minor charge of neglect Yet the memory you will never forget So even though you are free and not behind bars you will never escape the scars that will be etched in your mind to haunt and torture you for all time I am the Watcher I watch every thing you do So be forewarned Watcher is always watching you.