James Earl Ray - Poem by STANLEY PACION
From childhood on he had earned his reputation.
He was known to be the type of guy,
Who studied every brick and crack,
And by sight alone, so jailhouse legend claims,
He could spot a weak steel bar.
Escape was always on his mind.
He was a single-minded psychopath,
Always on the run, he loved disguises,
And had plenty of aliases and false IDs.
The man could hide in plain sight.
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