In Memoriam - Zola Crandall - Poem by Bill Grace
My most vibrant memory of her
Is with Mr. Evans - a teacher so radical -
He loved his students and took us to see
'Dr. Strangelove' before it became part of the canon.
There may have been one day when she failed to wear a bra
You can't blame a sixteen year old too much for noticing
But I am not sure about this - time plays tricks with the mind.
Most I remember she was gentle
Smart with out being prissy or proud about it
And had a laugh that if I am quiet
I can almost hear across forty five years
Of time not kept by a class reunion.
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