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Michael Jackson

Natty gale appeared with precious tunes
Great tunes the world have never heard
He looked for a vessel all over the world
But couldn’t fine one
Oh! He wondered how music could live forever
Suddenly, august 29, 1958 natty gale saw a bright star over Gray Indiana
The stars lead him to the labor room
He saw Katharine Jackson holding baby Michael
He took the baby and breathe into his nostril
Transferred all the precious tunes he possessed 
Behold, all the voices of the birds drop into Michael

The sun and the moon fulfill their duties
His gift could not be ignored 
His talent couldn’t be limited
At a very early age he was ready
As a member of the Jackson five
His package of precious tunes began to express themselves 
He discovered music the world was waiting to hear
He saw the audience tears as he performed
But he remembered he was a vessel chosen by natty gale
To heal the world by music 

A notable philanthropist and humanitarian
Heal the world foundation his flight to charity
Reaching out to the less privileged all around the world
He wept the tears in many lives
His heart was full of compassion for children
He saw the need for orphan to live a life of fulfill
He invited the rain to fall on the thirsty
He demonstrated his caring life style in music

The only king of pop on this planet 
O’ what a great remarkable entertainer
His music will live forever in our hearts
Generations to come will still feel the impact of his music
Suddenly, June 25, 2009 he said goodbye
The biggest bomb that blasted the world
We know he didn’t want to say goodbye
But he weaved to us with fresh music singing in his soul

Unedited copy
Olivia Bedell-Nimley

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