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  1. Missing You

    • By Crystal Young
    • Published: May 2008
    Death Of Grandmother

    You took many chances,
    one too many times.
    As a little girl I thought-
    "Oh no, never me!"...

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  3. Gone On To Glory

    • By Gina Royal Cleveland
    • Published: September 2014
    Poem About Wanting To See Grandma Again

    Four years ago you left this earth and went to Glory
    Only, you and God shall share your story.

    Life ain't been the same since June of 2006...

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  4. Goodbye Nana

    • By Jamie Humpage
    • Published: August 2012

    Nana had a magic purse, which always seemed to amaze,
    she'd do all the old fashioned stuff, she was so set in her ways.
    I remember when I was younger, hauling in her coal,
    then I'd get to help her, make her famous sausage roll....

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  6. Missing Nana

    Why A Young Child Attend Should A Grandparent's Funeral

    Some might say, "my dearest child",
    "You did not know her long"
    So is it time that measures love?
    And wouldn't that be wrong?

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  7. Gramma

    • By Dwight A. Swan
    • Published: May 2020
    My Grandmother's Passing And Memories Of Her

    A part of Gramma is a part of me.
    A part of love, a part of family,
    To share a laugh,
    To shed a tear,

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  8. 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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