Letter: Death of ‘Warrior Princess’ felt by many

Editor: I, like your reporter Troy Landreville, feel my throat tighten and tears welling up in my eyes when I read how about the untimely death of little Kira.

Watching the two little girls next door running around in the yard in full warrior princess outfits I’m reminded of a Biblical line that goes something like, “and Jesus said, suffer the little children to come unto me.”

Well, God please tell your son that he has enough children and to stop taking ours away from us. Please leave them here to be loved and cherished by their families and to provide bright spots in my day whenever I seen their little faces in passing.

I, too, feel the pain and anguish, in small degree to their parents and family, when I hear of the passing of these’ Little Warriors’

Jeff Laurie,

Langley

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