The Flower And The Stone. - Poem by Geoff Warden
Lead me unto the gates of his grave where once shared the love
'tween Daughter and Father that is now just memory of the good
and the bad. Stand at this marble monument and explain the
comparison of the stone and the flower upon your lapel.
How does red coloured poppy bought off the shelf of
a dime stores sale, hold value to the dollar amount of
a marble statuette. How can you explain to me that the
weight of the statue verses the weight of that flower equal.
The marble statue recalls the Father......
The flower recalls the many he served with....
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