Smoke filled no air,
She did the elephant,
I mean nothing for sports!
Radio’s were for tunes,
John Couger Melloncap
Ellen saw him in concert at least 5 times,
Loved Fleetwood Mac
Once was OK with Country
Dated Gary Hovey
A good guy,
Married Shawn Mathis
Jealous of Ellen’s girlfriends,
Not a goodhusband,
In ywo twelve when a bitch of a new.County Attorney fired Ellen, without warning!
Reasin used “Ellen Read!’
Shawm E.Mathis, stepped up!
Came back into Ellens life,
It was always there ‘Rock in Roll!’,
Radio’s within her reach,
Music from her days in school,
Graduated nineteen seventy eight,
My beautiful baby sister
Loved dogs,elephants,bears, horses
Mom and me,
Cub Lake,Waukon,Iowa,laying in the sun,
Driving to the nursery,
Bear Lake drives,
Finding birch tree bark,
At the lake driving through the woods,
Fireplace cracking on that birch back
Playing rummy and pictionary,
Family gatherings just her boys
And mom and me,
Carioky in bars,
Mom and I never invited to see her sing
Broke my heart with drunk works when eighteen,
Broke my heart January 2015,
Ellen told me she knew I was innocent of Ever harming mom but that she was forbidden to help me.
Every time I hear a seventy song,
Go new the town my baby sister loved so,Waukon,Iowa,
See the City Club
Go to Chucks mechanic in Ossia another lover of
Rock en Roll I’ll feel Ellen near.
But I don’t need music to feel loss,
Within a few short months I lost my best friend and mom and my baby sister.
No family ever meant so much,
Those two were worth more then the bephews I would have.once gave my life for.
The only place Ellen wanted to go not Cub Lake was Ireland.
This year Ellen inherited the sixty thousand I did and the narcississ who lied mom into removing me from Cub Lake.
But Ellen would not risk her life.
So why did she die in bed?
Seventy music I wonder if it played
That horrid morning my beautiful
Baby sister breath her last
All alone, like mom, and dad,
No one should Ever die alone.
I don’t need music to know who and what was taken from me these five years,
I feel the red hot poker in my heart,
I know lost more then any
Empath that I am shall always miss limping along with Ellen,
In two thirteen in a conoe
We place dad in Cub Lake,
Mom should go there too,
Diana will never allow mom to rest with her parent and sister in Spenser Iowa.
See you soon Ellen,
I’ll be looking for my hug.