Grief Poem

Reflection on the death of a grandmother

A Final Goodbye

© Montera Y. Welch
It's hard for me to accept that your gone
I', trying not to think about it all wrong
I know that your gone to a better place
But sometimes I just want to see your face
Knowing that your never coming back
Makin the whole idea of missing you seem so wack
I really can't explain what I'm trying to say
And why I'm thinking of you everyday
Why won't these feelings just go away
You were more than my grandma, u were a friend
Someone who I thought would be there 'til the end
Just know that you can never be replaced
And I'm glad you won the race
But like the song says It's so hard to say goodbye
I just really wish you didn't die


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Published: Feb 2006

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  • I love your poem it reminds me of my little brother that passed away last June

    jeannie Submitted Sep 2008
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