Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Christine Tuohy of Waterbury, CT

In You Seven Hawks

Dark and Proud You Stood

A Fire Deeply Burning

In You

Your Life Sang of Strength

The Calm of Wheat On An

Open Plain

In You, We Saw All The Possibilities We Have

But He Stole You From
Us Like A Petty Thief
Now We Weep In Our

Fly Seven Hawks For Our
Loss Is Your Gain
Be Free In You

Christine Tuohy, Waterbury, CT

Written by Christine Tuohy of Waterbury

Contributed by Ann McManus and Seven's Uncle George Saulis

Memories: From Ann

Seven Hawks at Hop Brook School in 2nd grade

Seven Hawks loved the adventure of traveling and learning about different places, people and cultures.

It never bothered him to move from place to place as long as he was with those he loved.

He was a happy and thriving child. This is how we got to know and love so many people in different places.

He always had something fascinating to write about his summer vacation after returning to school in September.

As his mother, I will always remember and cherish the memories of traveling and learning and growing together with the most beautiful sons on this earth, Seven Hawks and Ganusquah.

Our experiences and journeys together gave us a life time experience and knowledge that the three of shared and understand deeply with one another.

No one can ever take this from us.
The memory will live in our spirit and hearts forever.

Ann McManus@ Tobique First Nation, where Seven Hawks body lies to rest.

Seven & Ganusquah when they at Tobique First Nation,
In 1986.

Contributed by Ann McManus and Seven's Uncle George Saulis