Orange Ribbon

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Orange ribbons decorated our high school,

And every house in our community.

Declaring the need for hope and for faith.

They fluttered in the air all winter long,

And by a miracle made it to spring.

But then that miracle began to fade,

The orange ribbon faded to a dead gray.

The time for hope had finally run out,

Instead of a symbol for hope and prayer,

Our orange ribbon became a memory.

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Is this a thought about the massacre
Virginia Tech went through a year ago?

Katie Vann said:

No, it's about a friend who died of cancer. When she was given only a few months to live, the high school and community took orange ribbons and tied them everywhere because it was her favorite color.

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