Joanne (LULU) Walker
Biography of Joanne (LULU) Walker
Mother(Lois) , Indian and Irish
Father(Willis) , English
Six children, four boys and two daughters
father, coal miner
my children, my grand-daughter, my dogs, my husband and Jesus.
Joanne (LULU) Walker Poems
Ihave a little sister that shares my life. She saved my life you see. She made me well when I was dying. this little sister with me.
Little flower, little flower, growing like a weed, I want to pick you, but then I don't I think I'll just let you be. Your colors so pretty starling at me, a yellow orange is what I see. If I were you and you were me, I know you would just let me be.
What memories holding in my heart, when father took you to heavens part, My tears are heavy missing you, Oh mother- crying - is it true.
I haven't got alot of friends to give a chat or two Today I; m just a little lost and just a little blue.
What memories holding in my heart,
when father took you to heavens part,
My tears are heavy missing you,
Oh mother- crying - is it true.
When I sleep and wake tomorrow.
I'll only think I dreamed the sorrow.
When I wake and see its real,
I'll pray to god to help me heal.