Treasure Island

Brandy Smith


Memories of Great Grandpa

I miss the way you always aked if I was married
I miss when I aked how much longer, you always replied 14 hours and 15 minutes
I miss the times we all played cards together
I miss how we use to play outside
I miss hearing your stories of growing up in the 1940's
I miss seeing you in your Lazy Boy chair
I miss the whiteness of your hair
I miss having Christmas with everybody there
I miss your stories of the time in Matewan
But most important, I miss not having you here

Submitted: Thursday, April 01, 2010

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