He walks down the isle,
with a half assed smile.
Both hands and both feet locked together as one,
He doesn’t have enough brains to realize his days of freedom are done.
The jury all stands and the judge reads the verdict,
We knew it was what should happen,
but it was great to have all heard it.
“Life in prison is what he’ll serve.”
Life in prison is what the scum deserves.
He and his lawyer sit in a cloud of disbelief,
All of our family let out a sigh of great relief.
And now this piece of slime from such a young age,
Will spend the rest of his life like an animal in a cage.
Hard cold cement from the floor to the ceiling,
I hope it gives the scum the most uncomfortable feeling.
Round silver bars all around, holding you in,
There isn’t much space in an eight by ten.
Is it getting hard to breath, you feel locked up tight?
Better go to sleep, Oh is it day or is it night?
There’s not a lot of windows inside that cell,
Does it feel like life in prison or more like hell.
Is it cold in there better turn the heater up,
Oh no thermostat, that must suck.
Need to use the toilet, bet you do,
Probably hard to go with Bubba’s eyes on you.
Are you hungry have a sandwich, they are so good, they rock,
Oh that’s right you don’t have a key, you know the one for that lock.
You better put on some lipstick, you know, for all the men,
I think they’ll want more than to be just a friend.
How does it feel, always watching your back,
Never knowing when or where you’ll be under attack.
Run back to your cell back where it’s safe,
Where in that stained up mattress you can bury your face.
This is where you’ll spend the rest of your miserable life,
day after day,
You took him from us and now you will pay.
We can only hope this is how it will all play out,
You deserve this and much more there is no doubt.
I do not know how old your neice is but sadly that is how we feel. She really was so accurate. If only the justice system would make it possible for the evil in this world to fear this they may not be so fast to take a life. But no the evil know they have a really good chance of getting away with it so they smile in court thinking when they walk out that door they are free. God knows better. Prison and or the Fires of H---. Hummmmm I vote they all burn for eternity.
Prayers for Justice for our children
Cindy Monica's Mom
Jamie is I believe 27 she and Jim were very close and she is having a very hard time with this. The two of them would tease back and forth all the time. He worked for her husband and rented a duplex from them that is where he was murdered. They couldn't even rent the place out for months. I finally told them Jim wouldn't want them to leave it empty it was silly loosing twelve hundred dollars a month. A friend of Jims is now living there, he has left the bullet holes in the wall he said not to remind him of Jim but he would feel like he was trying to act like nothing happened there if they patched them up.
Much Love to you all