a poem by Louise Marie Robello, USA - poetry writer, author, poet

Harrison I miss you so much my eyes be are swollen shut from crying, even Rolie and Bingo are sad and almost dying. Julie Patterson had to close her restaurant in Catalina cause no one is there to eat, so she can't go back to Africa so she's living on the streets. I can't call you on the phone so from way up high on the tallest mountain I shout out your name HARRISON in each powerful note you can feel love's pain. My voice echoes through the canyons past the hills, the birds even helped carry your name out of their own free will. They flew way up in the skies and almost next to the moon, it is there we can pray to God so we may see each other soon.

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