I wish that here you could've stayed,
But God and his angels finally ended your pain and suffering
and said your toll had to be paid.
I don't have any memories of you, and those are made of gold,
But I have had many dreams, and those are ones I've told.
Oh, Grandpa, how I love and miss you so very much,
And in my dreams you had my heart in a very gentle touch.
I know you are far from me though I feel you near,
and I just wanted to say, "Hi, Grandpa," and I wish you were here.
Poem About Having No Memories Of Grandpa
My dad's dad, who was the only person I ever referred to as my grandpa, died when I was just 9 years old. I am 39 years old. This poem put into perspective the exact words to describe my...
Published on February 2006