He had a big heart.
This world broke apart.
When he transcended.
Shattered hearts unmended.
His soul was precious & whole.
His music a gift.
His performances gave us a lift.
His songs gave us joy.
He liked captain crunch cereal with milk of soy.
He loved to help humanity.
He had an endless energy of longevity.
He said wait a few days before you waste any prayers.
Everybody cared.
He said just when you thought you were safe.
They said he was found dead on an elevator at his place.
Dressed all in black.
I wish it a hoax that he will be back.
Will his clones attack?
His bodyguard raped me on a plane and drugged me with amnesia in 2005.
So I couldn't remember him when he was alive.
We were engaged a week he put me in his will his sister took it.

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