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Poem written by Shelly Hallmark for her sister, Helen

 

You will never be forgotten

Or erased from my mind

You didn't have the best life

But to me you were one of a kind

 

Your picture reminds me everyday

With memories of the good times we had

The love you felt for our family

Even though your life was so very sad

 

The happy way about you

The kindness that you would share

To all that were around you

Even when you were in despair

 

Your eyes showed the sadness

Of the many years of pain

You stayed away from your family

So they wouldn't feel the strain

 

Your lifestyle was not sought after

And most looked down on you

But you made do with what you had

Where most would not continue

 

All of a sudden you went missing

We desperately looked around

We knew something was terribly wrong

We wouldn't stop until you were found

 

The most important thing to us

Was that you were alive

When you stopped calling us

Something just didn't jive

 

Hopefully people realize their acts of judgement

Were so carelessly misplaced

And now they will see the daily horror

With which you were faced

 

Although we couldn't protect you

You were always in our heart

And that is all we are left with

For now we are apart

 

The saddest thing to have to fathom

Is the brutality of your demise

How someone could just take your life

And watch as your soul dies

 

Instead of saying goodbye

I will have to say so long

Till we meet again my beautiful sister

This will be your song

 

Remembering Helen Hallmark

Helen Mae Hallmark

 

Email: wleng@missingpeople.net 

Missing Women Tip Line: 1-877-687-3377

Updated: January 01, 2007