Sharing -- A Poem to Killers of Officer Ellis - Bardstown Ky

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Before Exit 34 on the BG Parkway became your personal hunting ground you stalked Officer Ellis at home, at work, many believe you followed him all over town.

When you were on his street near his home scoping out the lay of the land were you close enough to see his family--hear his sons call him dad? What did you see when you drove by the ball field that day? Were kids kicking up dirt, grumbling, acting out or enjoying themselves at play? When you drove by the police station to see where he parks his vehicle routinely did you hear someone call his name or lift their hand to wave? What exactly was your perception of this man as you glanced at a uniformed officer who was nonetheless, just an ordinary man?

When you gathered up the brush to place in this man's way did you talk amongst yourselves about your plans or silently stow the brush away? When you dressed from home to carry out your deadly deed what does a killer choose to wear to shoot an unsuspecting man in the dark? Would any old short sleeve black shirt do?

As you made haste to flee his death trap did you rehearse on your drive home what you would say if anyone asked what you were doing this time of day? How long do you anticipate the visions of this man's fatal collapse in front of you to leave you and finally go away?

Sunday is Father's Day. Where will you be and what will you be doing? And, when you kick back and try to relax on this special day will you think of Officer Ellis' two sons and how you changed this day in their lives forever?
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Jun 15, 2013
 
The officer was killed May 25.
Father's Day so soon after all his family is going thru. Thanks for sharing your poem.
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If they don't catch this killer or killers soon I'm afraid this will go unsolved. I pray everyday that somebody will come forth and tell something if money doesn't motivate them maybe the community needs to start asking everyone and not letting up till someone cracks. I pray for his family on Father's Day may god hold their Hearts. Thanks for poem......

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Jun 15, 2013
 
What a poignant poem.I have a friend in Bardstown who was helped by him only a month before he
Was brutally killed.People there thought so highly of him,and to know the killer is still walking around is just awful.Seeing his picture in all the store windows it just really hits ya.Criminals don't care though,as this could happen to any police officer anywhere and they know this.
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Jun 15, 2013
 
For Father's Day send it to the top!
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Anyone write poems for those wrongfully and carelessly killed by police "which out numbers terrorist kills I might add "
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What are the judges doing on fathers day that have carelessly condemned parents for minor mistakes or wrongfully jailed dads. What about the JCPS? Gonna write a poem about them who violate children's constitutional rights Daily? Didn't think so...just another pro big government mouth piece that focuses on citizens crimes and not authority's crimes. Shame on everyone of you that turn a blind eye and cower before government corruption. Where is a poem to all of us that have been done wrong by the judicial system?
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Sister wrote:
Before Exit 34 on the BG Parkway became your personal hunting ground you stalked Officer Ellis at home, at work, many believe you followed him all over town.
When you were on his street near his home scoping out the lay of the land were you close enough to see his family--hear his sons call him dad? What did you see when you drove by the ball field that day? Were kids kicking up dirt, grumbling, acting out or enjoying themselves at play? When you drove by the police station to see where he parks his vehicle routinely did you hear someone call his name or lift their hand to wave? What exactly was your perception of this man as you glanced at a uniformed officer who was nonetheless, just an ordinary man?
When you gathered up the brush to place in this man's way did you talk amongst yourselves about your plans or silently stow the brush away? When you dressed from home to carry out your deadly deed what does a killer choose to wear to shoot an unsuspecting man in the dark? Would any old short sleeve black shirt do?
As you made haste to flee his death trap did you rehearse on your drive home what you would say if anyone asked what you were doing this time of day? How long do you anticipate the visions of this man's fatal collapse in front of you to leave you and finally go away?
Sunday is Father's Day. Where will you be and what will you be doing? And, when you kick back and try to relax on this special day will you think of Officer Ellis' two sons and how you changed this day in their lives forever?
That wasn't much of a poem, it didn't rhyme all.

But as for the dead pig, he can lick my balls.

I'm sure he was azzhole enough to cause someone to ring his
bell, hopefully right now he's burning in hell.

As with cops its the same as with jigs, the
only good one is a DEAD pig!
F the police

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rick wrote:
<quoted text>That wasn't much of a poem, it didn't rhyme all.
But as for the dead pig, he can lick my balls.
I'm sure he was azzhole enough to cause someone to ring his
bell, hopefully right now he's burning in hell.
As with cops its the same as with jigs, the
only good one is a DEAD pig!
Amen! I'm sick of hearing all this crap about how good of a guy this cop was. Yeah he might have been good to his family and friends, but I can guarantee that he was the same d ickhead as any other smart mouthed as shole cop on the street just as soon as he put on that uniform. I'm betting this narc got exactly what he had coming and don't feel sorry for him one bit.
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rick wrote:
<quoted text>That wasn't much of a poem, it didn't rhyme all.
But as for the dead pig, he can lick my balls.
I'm sure he was azzhole enough to cause someone to ring his
bell, hopefully right now he's burning in hell.
As with cops its the same as with jigs, the
only good one is a DEAD pig!
Ha ha ha! Good one! I hate cops!
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Jun 18, 2013
 
How do you get anonymous proxy?
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Jun 18, 2013
 
yes - how do you get anonymous proxy.
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Rick wrote: That wasn't much of a poem, it didn't rhyme all.

A poem is suppose to rhyme.
A prose poem is NOT suppose to rhyme but arose emotions; intensity, imagery, etc. I believe the author of this prose poem accomplished was is requried for writing prose poetry.
Perhaps you were comparing her prose poem to Rapping.
Rap is defined as a gray area between speech, prose, poetry (rhyming) and singing.
I enjoyed her poem very much.

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What a bunch of sickassed people.This man was just doing his job and got ambushed by possibly 2 people going by the news.The friend of mine who got helped by him commented on how friendly he was and nobody else stopped to help her,but him.Sick bozos hiding behind a screen to talk trash.....how classy.
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Jun 18, 2013
 
Hippopotomonstrosisman wrote:
Let me guess.
You got a beatdown from a few officers because you werent doing anything wrong?
a little prejudgmental aren't we? I'm not a felon nor has the police beat me down. I have been wrongfully pulled over due to the time I was out "working " and the area I was in "live in a rough hood ". Guess you're just another mouth flapping piggly wiggly.

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Jun 18, 2013
 
Jesus h Christ. I have been browsing the comments on topic fr a day or so now. Pb and politically incorrect, do either one of you have lives outside of topic! Lmfao! You both are on every post!! And the "piggies" was a bit amusing initially, however, now it's just old and makes me think you heard someone you most likely admire or look up to say something similar and just decided to make a feeble attempt at demoralizing and/or demeaning people who may follow a certain trend.

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E1nstein wrote:
Jesus h Christ. I have been browsing the comments on topic fr a day or so now. Pb and politically incorrect, do either one of you have lives outside of topic! Lmfao! You both are on every post!! And the "piggies" was a bit amusing initially, however, now it's just old and makes me think you heard someone you most likely admire or look up to say something similar and just decided to make a feeble attempt at demoralizing and/or demeaning people who may follow a certain trend.
Also you're both probably constantly hitting "refresh" to see if there is any new comments to post on or mentions of you. You both love and relish in the (partial) anonymity topix offers. Otherwise you wouldn't say a 3rd of the things you post. If any.
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rick wrote:
<quoted text>That wasn't much of a poem, it didn't rhyme all.
But as for the dead pig, he can lick my balls.
I'm sure he was azzhole enough to cause someone to ring his
bell, hopefully right now he's burning in hell.
As with cops its the same as with jigs, the
only good one is a DEAD pig!
I see that Rick, F the Police, and Johnathan Masters all have something in common with each other. They are SLUGS (and I don't mean bullets). Definition of a slug: A tough skinned terrestrial mollusk that typically lacks a shell and secrets a film of mucus. Good for nothin' and snots a lot on everything they touch.

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Hawk67 wrote:
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I see that Rick, F the Police, and Johnathan Masters all have something in common with each other. They are SLUGS (and I don't mean bullets). Definition of a slug: A tough skinned terrestrial mollusk that typically lacks a shell and secrets a film of mucus. Good for nothin' and snots a lot on everything they touch.
LOL,how true.
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I see there are a lot of criminals on this thread. Hating on cops just because they got busted one time or another. Shouldn't have been breaking the law....or are you exempt from being arrested for criminal activity. I say go police!

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