Saturday, March 23, 2013
Kyron: T-Shirts, Trinkets and Forgetting His Name
Many people know that name.
Almost three years ago, that name was on many people's lips and part of every media source in the Pacific Northwest.
Now...the voices have gone silent and the case has grown cold.
I think this is because the parents (excluding Terri No-Longer-A-Horman, who never even liked
Kyron, in the first place) have given up.
I think that Tony, Kaine and Desiree are finally reaching the point where they are ready to move on...
I believe that Kyron is all but dead to them, now.
The constant silence from them sounds like an echoed "goodbye" to me, now.
I wonder what Kaine has done with all of those t-shirts and keychains and wristbands?
Kiara is getting older now and perhaps she is enough for Kaine. Maybe he is ready to put all of the trinkets, that include Kyron's impish face, away.
I haven't read a love letter from Desiree to Kyron in a very long time. But then, Desiree might have run out of more words to write to a ghost.
And I don't know what to say about Tony, as it appears that he lost his ability to speak from his heart, ages ago.
Kyron is gone. That is now the worn-out conclusion: He is gone. He has transformed into someone,
who, if he still cries, nobody seems to hear, anymore.
The billboards are ignored, the posters have been taken down, the t-shirts have faded and Kyron is becoming invisible.
And in the great, vast world of reality, Kyron doesn't really exist, anymore.
This wrong may never be made right again until the parties involved stand before God Almighty.
It might be time to throw all of the t-shirts and trinkets away...because when it comes to Kyron Richard Horman...there might be nothing left to do and nothing left to say.