Neil Adams

Rookie (19/01/94 / Belfast)

R.I.P Poem by Neil Adams

Rest in peace nanny, you've gone away
We'll always think of you every day
We'll miss your smiles and your moaning too
We didn't think you'd go, not this soon

We'll all miss you dearly and think of the past
This feeling if warmth that will always last
I'm just thankful that you died in peace
And there's so many memories that we'll be sure to seize

Your last few years you were at your peak
With more of a social life, than mine to speak
You were always there and helped us all
You were so loving and caring, you wouldn't let us fall

But I suppose it was your time, your time to rest
You will be remembered among the best
You wouldn't want us to suffer, you wouldn't want us to cry
So I suppose this is the last, the last goodbye

Submitted: Thursday, November 1, 2012
Edited: Friday, November 2, 2012

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A Poem about my Grandmother passing

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