Randi Nicole Dement

Rookie (11-30-1980 / Farmington, Mo)

Maw Maw - Poem by Randi Nicole Dement

Growing up, I could see your love for us,
you helped us grow, helped us adjust.
A trip to Maw Maw's meant a dollar to spend,
into adulthood, you helped us ascend.

Bells, hummingbirds, and Cardinal's Baseball,
Our home games, you were there for them all.
All the Dolphins and Dolls bring such great pleasure,
But my time spent with you, was so much more a treasure.

Somethings I did, made you shake your head,
Randi Nicole, was all you had to have said.
The disappointment in your tone and in your eyes,
Was all that it took, a part of me dies.

Your loving, caring and so very kind,
it's next to impossible to write all on my mind.
Your friendship, company, and loving nature,
Even most of those much needed lectures.

You and Paw Paw, your love so strong,
I want that someday, it never went wrong.
Even in bad times, your love still rang true,
It's nice to see real love, for that I thank you.

For my mom, I will forever thank you,
what you two have, the love and friendship, I do pursue.
I hope me and my babies are that close one day,
To lean on, talk to, share with everyday.

You're the best Maw Maw, and from your heart, love dose pour,
I could never ask for anything more.
I love you and I am certain that there is no-way,
I could ever repay you for the love that you sent my way.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 13, 2011

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