My Daddy's Mom - Poem by Rosemary Monahan
I was so young when you went away
Only wish you were here with you today
I know you would have been proud of me
I've grown with all the lessons
you've taught me
I think of you on many a chilly night
With your afghan around me
all warm and tight.
I imagine its you holding me again
And making all my fears come to an end.
I will remember you with all my heart
And though you are gone, we shall never part.
For I know we will be seeing each other again
When God permits me into His heaven.
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