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In Remembrance (standard:poetry, 73 words)
Author: LoriAdded: Apr 29 2008Views/Reads: 1210/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
A poem to remember Pavel Friedman and his "Last Butterfly." You may have died in 1942. But, you will always be remember by your amazing poetry!

In Remembrance 


Fragments form, 

take shape. 

The picture 

is the escape. 


Butterflies used to abound. 

You saw them everywhere. 

Now they're nowhere around. 

Thanks to a yellow one 

we remember one that left the ground. 


Fly high insect of color. 

Wear your paint proud. 

Don't let anyone 

make you feel bowed. 

Stand and face life as it comes. 

Then soar off into the clouds. 

© April 23, 3008 by Lori


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