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does anyone recognize this poem?? cant remember where I saw it??

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wyldchyld25
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Hi... just found this site while trying desperately to locate a poem that I heard a while ago.  It has to do with losing someone to death and says something about the roses growing through to the other side of the fence and even tho you cant see them anymore they are still blooming...  Has anyone heard this poem or recognize the author??

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Here you go. It was written by A.L. Frink.  Other versions can be found ascribed to Author Unknown (not as pretty though in my opinion.)
http://poetryarchive.bravepages.com/EFGH/frink.html
 
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