Sunny Days - Poem by sarah sorkin
My sunny days hurt the most,
the pain hangs from my throat,
you seem to be everywhere i go.
always picture that smile upon your face,
i always have faith i will see you again.
you used to hold me as a baby in your arms,
you had that sudden charm.
i was little and had no clue
that soon you would be gone from my eyes.
you went through World War II,
you went through cancer.
now when i walk through the rain i still cant believe you're gone.
it aint fair that i lost my best friend,
i wish you were a story that would never end.
i used to get so mad
yell, cry, grab my hair.
you were my grandpa.....you still are.
but all i remember is that hole in your throat.
i don't smoke because it bring back the pain of you.
God knows how much i miss you everyday
no one can take your place.
i always wonder who you would be now,
i wish you could see me...i know you can.
someday i will be with you grandpa.
i love you always
with all my heart.
and i wish there could have been many more great days.......
If only i could see your face one last time.
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