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  1. How Do I Deal

    Poem About Dealing With Death

    How do I deal with the pain that is bottled up inside of me since her death, should I try to make myself feel better with an illegal drug like Meth?

    How do I deal with all of the emptiness that I feel, do I put up a barrier to my feelings made of steel?

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    My grandma passed away January 2 of this year while I was pregnant with my son so I couldn't really mourn her because if I stressed out it could have hurt my baby. I gave birth on the 25 of...

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  3. Death Of A Grandmother

    • By Alanah
    • Published: November 2007

    The young child asked her Granny if they could go for a walk and Granny replied, "Of course we can."
    The young child asked her Granny if they could go to the park and Granny replied, "Of course we can."
    The young child asked her Granny if they could do some painting and Granny replied, "Of course we can."
    ...

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    • Rating 3.89
  4. My Grandmother

    • By Victoria L. Payne
    • Published: February 2006
    Rose Garden Of Memories

    In my rose garden of memories,
    I see you standing there,
    An angel in disguise,
    Who taught me how to care.

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    My grandmother's name was Rose. This poem is so apt. She had cancer. While it gave me time to spend with her, it made it really painful to watch her lose weight and her hair, withdraw into a...

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  6. Grandmother

    • By Ashley Sifuentes
    • Published: February 2006
    Heart Full Of Pain

    My heart never felt so much pain.
    The sky came together and dropped lots of rain.
    I thought my life was coming to an end.
    All I know is I will never give in.

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    Grandma, you are my source for happiness. You are bound to my heart with the epic stories which you taught in my childhood. You created a friendly environment whenever you were with me. Now I...

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  7. Grandma

    • By Augustine Perez
    • Published: February 2006
    Thank You For The Gift Of Love Poem

    Thank you for the gift of love.
    Now you're sharing it up above.
    You had many things to say,
    All in a caring way.

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    My grandma passed away on October 28th at 1:27 a.m. It was really, really hard to see my grandmother leave us. I know she is in a better place, but I would love for her to have stayed with...

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  8. Sleeping With The Angels

    • By Tanya E. Fowler
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Nanna Is In Heaven

    From a place high above,
    Where angels float in the sky,
    To the very ground I walk on,
    My Nanna watches over me,

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    I went to work, and got the worst phone call ever. My Nan had suffered a stroke. I sat beside her bed 4 days in the hospital watching her slip away. It was the hardest time of my life .. Such...

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