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Abigail Gilbert

abigail gilbert was tall and slim and dark she used to turn the boys heads up in botanic park friday she'd go down the city be the rave scene queen every old man's envy every school boy dream.

abigail gilbert was head girl at school lived wild on the edges but didn't break a rule abi was every teacher's pet and everybody's friend but with all the love of others you gotta respect you in the end

abigail gilbert had a pain to hide to be true to herself it had to be denied the fear of the fail the fear of the fade always her hardest critic she could never make her grade

abigail gilbert blows on the breeze today her ashes were scattered at helen's bay abigail loved the ocean cause it never grows old unlike her ageing body but just like her soul.

(steve stockman)