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  1. My Grandmother

    • By Allison G. Henderson
    • Published: February 2006


    Laying in her bed while she tells us her childhood stories,
    Never ending perfect days without any worries.
    Making us laugh was her specialty,

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    Well about 9 months ago I moved to Ohio from Texas because my dad got a job at the oil rig. I miss my family in Texas very much but my dad met a girl while hanging with friends about 3 years...

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  3. Grandma

    • By Cynthia Jerdon
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem Remembering A Grandmothers Love

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    I remember back to when I was about three,
    when you gently placed me upon your bended knee.
    You placed your arms around me,
    And I could plainly see,

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    I know how you feel. I feel the same way. I wish I could see my grandma, but God has her now.

  4. A Golden Heart

    • By Mary Lou Andrews
    • Published: April 2009

    A heart so golden and true
    No matter what, she will always be here for you.
    Through rain or snow her love for you will always show.
    I do believe God created her different from the rest

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  6. I Miss Grandma

    • By Ms.Maxwell
    • Published: April 2009

    Grandma's love was sweet, pure, sincere and very dear,
    The day she died I tried not to cry, but couldn't hold back the tears.

    I text mom and said, "She's gone!" My mother said, "Gone where?"

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    My Grandma died just a few days ago from a stroke. I miss her so much!

  7. Grandma I Remember

    • By Zoe
    • Published: October 2007
    Grandma Memories

    All the things you used to do
    cooking dinner on Sunday
    making homemade stew
    sitting for hours...

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  8. Our Box Of Memories

    • By Paula D. Lowe
    • Published: January 2009

    You and I have made a box,
    it's called our box of memories.

    I can't hear your voice,

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  10. In My Granny's Lap

    • By Judy Gipson
    • Published: January 2009

    I find such a comfort
    In my Granny's lap.
    I snuggle and lie there
    As I take my nap.

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  11. Fond Memories With Grandma

    • By Jennifer
    • Published: December 2007

    Between the sticky fingers and messy hair,
    You really love and truly care.
    You have always been there through everything,
    Remember when we all broke your swing.

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  12. Grandma's Touch Of Life

    • By Jenn E. Welsh
    • Published: February 2006

    I hear people speak her name and sometimes when I hear it I feel quite ashamed
    Not of you but of me because I can't remember her happily
    I never knew her and people don't say what kind of things she did each day
    People don't talk to me about such

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    I lost my Mammy in May of 2007, she was my grandmother. There aren't enough words in the dictionary to describe how much I miss her everyday. Before she passed away I thought just thinking...

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  13. My Grandma

    • By Lorenda G. DAVIS
    • Published: February 2006

    Grandma, you said what you wanted with paper and a pen,
    If we couldn't read it, you would write it over again,
    You woke us up each morning with the clapping of your hands,
    Country music on the radio, and the banging from the pans,

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