Whether it's something as simple as the font or the stylistic elements of this unassuming tomb, or the more complex features of the cherub overseeing the passing of this young woman, I can't say. But I find this bit of stone positively striking and cannot take my eyes off her left hand. . .
Eugene Pottier, buried in division 95 of Pere-Lachaise, authored the lyrics to the "Internationale," the revolutionary socialist song (music by Pierre Degeyter, buried in cemetery of Saint-Denis), not hte "Marseillaise" as I originally posted. The creator of the words of "Marseillaise" is Claude Rouget de l' Isle,
who was buried in the cemetery of Choisy-le-Roi before being transferred
to the Pantheon. Thanks to Philippe Landru for the correction!