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I wrote this poem while grieving over my grandfathers death. I didn't know how to cope because I have never had anything like this happen to me before. I found that by expressing my words in writing that it had a magical affect on my life.
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I Miss You
I miss you, PawPaw, very much,
You gave my life a special touch;
You did get angry and you did get mad,
But when you were gone I was nothing but sad;
Now that you've left I feel there's nothing more,
A piece of my heart, I felt was torn;
I went to see you I really did try,
But I knew it would be our last good-bye;
I saw your Angel she opened my eyes,
Even since then, I'm not afraid to cry;
I carry your Angel here by my side,
It is in her, that I can confide;
I know one day we'll be together,
I will long for that day forever and ever.
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