Mothers Day Poem

Of the sweet relationship between grandson, and grandmother.

Happy Mother's Day Grandma

© Jacquelyn L. Baca
She picks me up from a fall.
She yells at me when I color on the wall.
She tells me about god & encourages me to pray.
She holds me close and tells me everythings okay.
She teaches me right from wrong.
She's my grandma, we always get along.
She makes me smile instead of frown.
She's my grandma, the best in town.
Her name is Joan, and it's love she's sharin'.
Lots of love, your grandson Aaron.

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Published: Feb 2006

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