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    • Lauren Serreno

      "Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection - the lovers, the dreamers, and me" --Jim Henson and Kermit

    • Tamara Emir

      Kermit misses Jim Henson too. Such a sweet photo

    • Robert Bois le Duc

      This is possibly one of the saddest but sweetest pictures ever. Kermit the Frog mourns the death of Jim Henson, creator of the Muppets, & voice of Kermit.

    • Deepcor

      Kermit the Frog looking at a photograph of himself and deceased Jim Henson, the creator of The Muppets, and voice and performer of Kermit. #deepcor #jimhenson #kermit #themuppets #history #photography #classic

    • Rachel Cohen

      Ohhhh! So sweet! Kermit remembering his creator, Jim Henson. My heart is breaking!

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