Janice G. McLoughlin

Caylee Marie - Poem by Janice G. McLoughlin

You know my story
I'm Caylee Marie
Why did my mommy
Murder me?

It happened in June
It was really hot
I was thrown away
For my flesh to rot

No one missed me
I was all alone
Laying dead in the woods
So close to my home

My Grandparents realized
I was no longer around
My mommy was partying
All over our town

How did this happen
How could this be
So much time that went by
Before they were looking for me

My birthday is here
In these woods I will stay
I am covered with water
From hurricane Fay

Christmas is coming
Children are filled with such glee
Thanks to the searchers
They finally found me

My body is gone
Just some bones in the dirt
What could I have done
To warrent this hurt

Mommy told lies
She smiled with such glory
Why did my Grandmother
Back up her story

I know Grandmaw loved me
At one time she cared
Then she lied to save mommy
Because she was scared

Since Grandmaw helped mommy
Fill the jury with doubt
The unspeakable happened
Mommy is now getting out

Now it is all over
My soul is at rest
God bless all of you
You gave it your best

Just rest assured
Now I have my wings
With all the joy
That heaven brings

Mommy throwing a party
She thinks she is a winner
When everyone knows
She is a horrible sinner

I once sang a song
Don't take my sunshine away
Mommy will understand
On her judgement day

Now she must sew
Just what she reaps
Remember this always
God never sleeps

Comments about Caylee Marie by Janice G. McLoughlin

  • Urshula Davis (7/5/2011 10:46:00 PM)

    i was pissed about this case also but nice poem girl! ! ! comment my things! ! please! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 6, 2011

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