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Michael Jackson’s Son Shares Heartfelt Poem For Late Father’s Birthday

Michael Jackson’s oldest son, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr. – aka Prince Jackson – lead a series of touching tributes to the late star on what would have been his 58th birthday.

In a brief post shared via Twitter and Instagram on Monday, Prince, who was only 12 when Michael died, shared a self-penned poem for his dearly departed father.

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Alongside the moving 14-line sonnet – titled “the Myth, the Legend and the Man” – the 19-year-old wrote: “Happy birthday to the Man who was more than a legend. I love you.”

Prince alluded to the singer’s troubled life in the poem, but also stressed the importance of family; specifically drawing attention to how much he cared for his children before concluding that his father is an archangel.

His sister Paris later re-grammed his post on her own account, adding: “Love this.. proud of you big brother. And happy birthday to the man that means more to us than anything and anyone ever could.”

Copyright [Instagram/PrinceJackson]

Michael tragically passed away of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication on June 25, 2009, after suffering from cardiac arrest while preparing for his comeback concert series, but his legacy certainly lives on.

Michael’s brother Tito took to social media and declared Monday “Michael Jackson Day” in a tweet, which was then followed by an outpouring of tributes to the late icon.

Madonna shared a collage of photos of them together, writing: “Happy Birthday to this wonderful and glorious creature!! The King! Gone too soon!”

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The Jackson family later released a statement, which read: “We’re so touched to see such an outpouring of love for Michael in celebration with your events, pics, posts & thoughts. #MichaelJacksonDay”

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245. Easter dinner with his family (requested)

Dan: Your family never really did anything for Easter, so Dan had invited you to his parent’s house for dinner. It had been a while since you had last seen them – almost five years. You and Dan had gone to the same school and had become friends there. But, once you moved away for university, you no longer saw his family. When you had arrived, his mother had cooked for an army, just like you remembered. “Are you two dating yet?” his grandmother asked during the meal. “We’re not dating, Gram,” Dan laughed nervously. “I thought for certain that you two would be married by now. You’re so cute together!” You and Dan looked at each other out of the corners of your eyes, both of your cheeks reddening. Luckily, his mother quickly changed the subject to something a little less embarrassing. After dessert and more conversation, you and Dan decided that it was probably time to head back, as it was getting late. “I’m so sorry about my grandma,” Dan apologized on your way home. You laughed. “It’s fine. Maybe she’s right though. Maybe we should try it.” Dan cocked his head slightly to the side. “You think so?” You shrugged. “I dunno. I definitely wouldn’t mind it,” you said quietly. Neither of you talked for a few seconds. “Are we gonna do this?” he asked, his voice hopeful. “I guess so,” you smiled.

Phil: “When can I be expecting grandkids?” his mother asked once dessert was finished. Phil rolled his eyes. You knew this question was going to be asked. You and Phil had been married for a little over a year, and it was the only thing either of your parents asked you anymore. “I don’t know, mum. We haven’t discussed that too much yet.” You and Phil both wanted kids, but you wanted to enjoy life a little more before being responsible for another life. “Isn’t three grandkids enough for right now?” Phil’s dad had asked her. She shrugged. You continued to think about it. Little feet padding around the house, buying little clothes, getting to witness milestones, the excitement of Christmas morning, setting up Easter egg hunts and Easter baskets… you knew Phil would be a great dad. Your thoughts were interrupted by Phil staring at you. “What?” you asked. “I asked if you were ready to head out.” “Oh, uh, yeah. Sure. I have work in the morning.” You said your goodbyes and got in the car. About twenty minutes into the silent drive, Phil spoke. “I feel like we’re thinking about the same thing.” “Kids?” “Yeah.” You let out a small sigh. “Do you think we’re ready?” you asked. “I think so. And if not, we’ll have an extra nine months to prepare!” He took your hand in his and squeezed it reassuringly.

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