Sana Olivia Hernandez

Rookie - 477 Points (3*31*99 / Roseburg, Oregon)

Hey, M.J


Hey, M.J,
Where have you gone?
You know I never did think,
You did anything wrong.

I miss your dancing and your songs...

There's no one else like you, you know?
I'm sorry this world had to make you go.

So unkind,
You had to hide.

Whether you're dead or alive,
I hope it is peace you find.

My Moonwalker.

-SOH

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: celebrity


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I should have wrote this a long time ago. I love and miss you, Michael Jackson!

Comments about this poem (Hey, M.J by Sana Olivia Hernandez )

  • Silver Star - 7,928 Points Daniel Brick (9/10/2014 2:38:00 AM)

    It's never too late to pay homage to someone you admire and love. And now that M. J. has been absent for so many years and others have filled the gap with new performances, because like nature, the entertainment industry hates a vacuum, your poem will revive his memory in people's minds and make them recall their delight in his luminous
    singing and dancing. They may even put on a cd and let the music works its magic again! (Report) Reply

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