Jane Doe

By an unseen hand

She was slipped inside unmarked

Envelope of time

Carried in few memories

Story blurred, n’er delivered

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10 thoughts on “Jane Doe

    • Indeed, Davy. I was watching one of the true-crime programs last night which deals with the subject of Jane Doe’s–in this case it took some 37 years I think, before an ambitious stranger investigated who the woman might be who’d been buried with a lovely stone, but to that point was unidentified. Her family had mixed feelings–glad to have a proper burial and her name on the stone, but sad to lose the illusion of hope that she might still return alive one day. Very sad–and distressing, to learn their daughter/sister was tortured and murdered by a former state trooper… Evil never takes a day off.

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