Nicole Edwards

Rookie (5-25-1983 / Flint Michigan)

Gram Poem by Nicole Edwards


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It will be two years in January,
That you left me to go be with papa,
And uncle Rick,
You should see Isaac,
He is growing up to be a gent omen,
He always asks,
Where is my gg?
You would be so proud of me,
I have came so far,
I am finally off all them god damn pills,
Yes, I do get down from time to time,
But we all do,
You should see nana,
She is a miss sass a frass
I am still wondering why,
Why you left when you did,
But I guess you thought that your work here was done,
That you put your time in here on earth,
And that it was just your time to go to heaven,
Well I guess that was just an answered prayer,
That God knew that you really wanted to go to your big house
Just to make sure that god was slowly preparing a place for me in his big house,

Written by Nicole Elizabeth Edwards
November 24th 2008

Submitted: Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, November 25, 2008

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