According to WENN, a collection of Elvis Presley's personal handwritten notes and poetry is set to be auctioned off on March 9 in England. His copy of Kahlil Gibran's book, The Prophet, is also up for sale.
One poem the "Hound Dog" singer wrote is about a bird on his windowsill.
"He sang his sweet song so sweetly and paused for a moments lull/I gently raised the window and crushed his f---ing skull," Elvis wrote.
The items will be auctioned at the Omega Auctions sale in Stockport, England.
It's unclear how much the items will go far, but in September 2012, the singer's Bible was auctioned off for $94,600. Surprisingly (or not), his stained underwear only received a bid of $8,000, which was not enough to sell it.