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I always like summer
you can eat fresh corn
From daddy's garden
In my dream,
drilling into the marrow
of my entire bone,
my real dream,
September rain falls on the house.
In the failing light, the old grandmother
sits in the kitchen with the child
beside the Little Marvel Stove,
They sent me a salwar kameez
glistening like an orange split open,
In the middle of our porridge plates
There was a blue butterfly painted
And each morning we tried who should reach the
Millions of babies watching the skies
Bellies swollen, with big round eyes
On Jessore Road--long bamboo huts
Noplace to shit but sand channel ruts
If the year is meditating a suitable gift,
I should like it to be the attitude
of my great- great- grandmother,
legendary devotee of the arts,
I prefer red chile over my eggs
and potatoes for breakfast.
Red chile ristras decorate my door,
dry on my roof, and hang from eaves.
She begins, and my grandmother joins her.
Mother and daughter sing like young girls.
If my father were alive, he would play
his accordion and sway like a boat.
There were some dirty plates
and a glass of milk
beside her on a small table
near the rank, disheveled bed--
Why do you do what you do?
I am human, your brother, your sister
A mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, a friend
She twentyfour then leaving the clubhouse dim as she walked out she an artist that no one knew only one does that is her childhood friends came wondering if something had happened but yet she realized she remembers once she stepped out of the clubhouse since she volunteers at the Al khor international school brtish stream she was then 25 she can only speak English does it makes her an English She speaks Spanish does it means she a Spanish she grown up a heartbeat of roses a golden vocal been searching by her childhood brothers a dute need a comeback it's so quite ever since she gone memories live on through the childhood memories she since how all her childhood brothers approach the landmark in the city heartbeat of Doha Qatar people mistake her as indian but true she has blood of a royal of jordanian and indonesian but resmbol of her late grandmother who live through her a last wise from a late ghosts that has gone in past prayer is in her mute sadness of her eyes and heartbeat can read by the brothers that she knew her life fill colour and kindness rose her life to others a duet need a comeback it's so quiet ever since she gone memories live on through the childhood memories since she about to leave all her childhood brothers approach the landmark in the city heartbeat of Doha Qatar people mistake her as Indian caused her beauty resmbol so many nationality but true is she has blood of a royal Jordanian and Indonesian but a resmbol of her late grandmother who live through her last wise from late ghosts that have gone in a past prayer is in her mute sadness of her eyes and a heartbeat can read by the brothers that she knew her life fill a colour, and a kindness rose her life to others.
(for my grandmother Baby Strydom / Elizabeth Filda Strydom)
As a student I was busy in a calculus mathematics class,
when the lecturer informed me about an immediate visit to the rector.
By Stanley Collymore
Meghan, you're beyond question the
epitome of everything that a highly
A grandmother's mind
Is full of wisdom.
A grandmother's heart
Is full of love.
Happy days with grandmother
in the days ago long,
when simmered underneath grandmother's stout look frail,
and I with exuberance bursting, although old and young,
I welcome you with a nice conversation as well as a relatable topic to try and understand how you feel
sorry I'm not introduce myself yet it's kind of hard when you have so many names but I will try my best so I will share three of them with you grandmother Josephine and Joe these three names represent three parts of me now you're probably wondering why I have so many names well it's because I've earned every single one of these names that is given to me by my friends and family I will share the history of each of these names
An Angel on Earth, my Grandmother was
An Angel in Heaven, she is today.
She cared for all, and asked for none in return
For when you were down, she'd lift you off the ground.
Heaven must be demolished, pushed through the gates with a tractor, shadeless birds must be trapped in nets, the tree of life chopped into splinters, martyrs enjoying the tree's fruit and those redeemed for mere mercy, they must be hanged on the boughs first, children be torn from the land of heaven, kingdom's owners, shadeless daisies, must be sold to a vase on grandmother's table, the ever-lovable, only thinking of your own good grandmother must be locked off into the odour of fresh bun. Heavenly grandmother's cottage, no attic, cellar, shadow of death, must be burnt down.
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