Led Zeppelin guitarist and co-founder Jimmy Page’s girlfriend, Scarlett Sabet shared a recent Instagram post via her official account. Scarlett stated that Jimmy and her visited Jack Kerouac’s grave, and had a real emotional moments.

Here is what she wrote:

One of my new poems from Camille, this poem, my love song, love poem, eulogy, memorial, searching questioning statement and longing, my poem ‘For Jack’. I thought on March 12th on what would’ve been Jack Keroyac’s 97th birthday I would share this poem with you.

I first performed it in Jack’s hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts at The Town And The City Festival in October 2018. It was a quick, delirious stay in Lowell. My hotel for that trip was a short walk from the flower shop where Jimmy and I bought the lilies and roses that we laid respectfully and with love on Kerouac’s grave in 2017.

I reference those flowers in this poem. Poor Jack. Give your loved ones a hug, read Jack’s words and remember life is beautiful, terrifying, vast and precious. Happy birthday Jack.

You can see her photos below:

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One of my new poems from Camille, this poem, my love song, love poem, eulogy, memorial, searching questioning statement and longing, my poem ‘For Jack’. I thought on March 12th on what would’ve been Jack Keroyac’s 97th birthday I would share this poem with you. I first performed it in Jack’s hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts at The Town And The City Festival in October 2018. It was a quick, delirious stay in Lowell. My hotel for that trip was a short walk from the flower shop where Jimmy and I bought the lilies and roses that we laid respectfully and with love on Kerouac’s grave in 2017. I reference those flowers in this poem. Poor Jack. Give your loved ones a hug, read Jack’s words and remember life is beautiful, terrifying, vast and precious. Happy birthday Jack. ❤️

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