A collection of Elvis Presley's personal notes and poetry is set to hit the auction block next month.
The handwritten messages include a poem in which the Jailhouse Rock icon describes smashing a robin perched on his windowsill. It reads, "He sang his sweet song so sweetly and paused for a moments lull/ I gently raised the window and crushed his f—ing skull."
Presley's copy of Kahlil Gibran's book "The Prophet" will also go under the hammer at the Omega Auctions sale in Stockport, England, on March 9.
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