Easel of His Past

March 28, 2009
By Escaped GOLD, Litchfield, Illinois
Escaped GOLD, Litchfield, Illinois
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Favorite Quote:
"Lets go make daisy chains in the grass, but only if its 74 degrees or above. I would like to fall in love with you." (:

Exultant he was, slashing color to the easel's cover.
What once was translucent and pure, died. Leaveing no more.
The boy's father had not admit him a fairwell.
Yet not a fragile tear streamed, nor a picture of memory was left behind. Just the paint brush in hand he walked away with.

The author's comments:
A short memoir of unprepared death.

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