Grandma Like You - Poem by Damian Fisher
I just want to let you know you mean the world to me,
Only a love as dear as yours would give so unselfishly.
All those memories that we made have never left my heart,
All those Friday adventures we had swinging life away in parks.
Early morning smiles greeting me when I woke,
Mounds of pancakes at the table I ate so fast I choked.
Though the years have gone by so fast you’ve watched me grow into a man,
You hold a special place in my life that only we can understand.
Please don’t cry when I leave I’ll be back once in a while,
Don’t ever feel like you won’t be needed,
Because I could always use one of your beautiful smiles.
The many things you’ve done for me all the times that you were there,
Help me to know deep down inside how much you really care.
Even though I might not say I appreciate all you do,
Richly blessed is how I feel having a grandma just like you.
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