Alice Mearns Honey
Special Forever - Poem by Alice Mearns Honey
My two little grandsons are a whole lot of fun.
They jump and yell till day is done.
They are great kids in school and a bit quieter then.
That's because they are learning how to count to ten.
After school is out, they run for home,
both being glad they aren't alone.
As brothers, they fuss as most boys do, but
they are still real special and always will be, too.
'Cause my love for Brandon and Curtis--and their
Mom and Dad, too--that will never change, no matter what they do.
The best thing of all those little guys do
is give Grandmas a hug and say, "I love you."
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