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The Invisible Truth

POETRY
Still Alive and Well
Sarah Frances Moran

POETRY<br>Still Alive and Well<br>Sarah Frances Moran

The gift of childhood is imagination. In Sarah Frances Moran's poem, "Still Alive and Well" love and forgiveness are found in a friendship that withstand the challenges of life.

"Inside my body rests this adventurer.

I know it was birthed by you.  The way fresh air

fills your lungs and how a campfire and a cold beer

can be like heaven.

Riding bikes down bayou banks

and tiptoe walking across railroad bridges.

We are wanderers.  Romantic gypsies just a little

misunderstood."