Posted at 2:14 PM on September 16, 2009
by Sanden Totten
It's a tough time for children of the '80s. First Michael Jackson, then John Hughes and now we've lost Patrick Swayze. Swayze always stood out as manly yet sensitive, rugged yet a little refined.
He could beat people up in Road House and then spin pottery in Ghost.
What better way to remember such a man than with a poem? Aaron Belz, a bard with a deep attachment to the 1980s gave us this tribute.
(Photo by Roadsidepictures via Creative Commons CC BY-NC 2.0)
For more on Aaron Belz, check out his blog or his book The Bird Hoverer.
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