John Michael Marroquin
'Remembering G-Ma' - Poem by John Michael Marroquin
Memories of you are strong..
Like the lyrics you played on eighty-eight keys to a song.
To say goodbye would never be possiable, When my soul existance began with you.Words can not explain the happiness and smiles to come, as your face is seen in our many generations to come.
So for now my Dearest G-ma rest, as we all send prayer letters to the Heavens...
Until the day we can all sit and talk again.
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