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Never missed that mouse will forever miss my baby sister.

Came to correct miss spelled word,

Found my poem missing

How queer!

Ellen was about twenty one,

Our uncles old ford up and died

The year 1982 the Ford was new in thirty-five or near to that.

This new old truck was goldish,

The floor was several boards and one little,brown mouse.

Ellen names him Ralph.

Not the truck mind you the mouse.

Ellen loved dads brother

Daniel Ellens second son

Middle name is in memory of Uncle Norman Ervin Eric Heike.

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A little mouse

My sister Ellen named

Lived not in a house but in our uncle Norm’s old relic

A golden old truck

Hole in floor boards

Ellen drove the truck every where

It wasn’t pretty

It was loud

The seat was hard, lumpy and

The outside color was gold

Rumbling bumbling along

Sisters for all time

Now the truck and Ellens gone

Mom too

Only light I hold that warms my heart

The light of Georgia

I will always miss Ellens voice

Her smile

Playing rummy with her

Riding in the canoe

Sharing time

All that stripped from my by a half sister

Ellens boys did they take the time to know my baby sister?

I hope so

Sisters always before friends

I do not think Ellen ever knew

Sisters,family,mom matter more then

Friends .04%,Family 96%

Never write when your hearts bleeding!

Hard to spell through tears,

{Never use…

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Val's Whitewolf Media Anchor PodCast. I write here on WordPress. I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words. I sell books on Pango.

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