Lillian M. Lewis
Jobenet Ramsey - Poem by Lillian M. Lewis
She was as charming and cute as some little
girls you see,
With a smile so sweet and very lovely.
If you have asked yourself, "Who can she be?"
The answer is, Child Model, JoBenet Ramsey. The child was so young with many years ahead when,
Someone took those remaining years from her
three-scores and ten.
Now she can not become the Star Model she
wanted to be,
But will always be remember only, as JoBenet Ramsey. When they find the killer, who took her life
away that day,
That person should be thrown in prison and
there forever stay,
Because, if the killer is ever set free,
The next victim could be you or me.
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