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|Smoke and Grass
|Creators: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Ellen Million (Inspiration)|
|Ireluun helps some children from Itadesh find a task that doesn't bring up sad memories.|
|Posted: 09/25/12 [No comments yet]
~ 258 words.|
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The refugees from Itadesh were restless.Author's Notes
Along with her own charges,
Ireluun watched over the children
who had come to Itakith.
Some of them were melancholy,
It didn't help that
there were always fires burning,
currently smoking the extra fish that
brave rangers brought back from the sound.
This poem came out of the August 2012 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from Ellen Million. It may be sponsored for $10 or 10 Torn World credits.
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