Remember WORDS AND IMAGES BY LESLIE NOYES & JULIE POWELL

Remember

Original Poem by Leslie Noyes

Drums and bullets, flags and fervour, we sweep up after and send off prayers

A disembodied disbelief; lives discarded randomly, scattered into layers

We weep without constraint for the city of lights, while honouring her resilience

No torrent of terror can quell her ultimately exuberant existence

Songs of mourning and songs or praise intermingle seamlessly,

Joie vient le matin Humanity sings in voices lifted triumphantly.

"Remember Paris"
Original artwork by Julie Powell
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Original artwork by Julie Powell with original poems by Leslie Noyes

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