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Grandmother Death Poems. Death poems about grandmothers. Poems for grandmothers death.

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I Want To Know

What was her last words?
When she passed away
What did her face look like?
Did she even think of me?
And if not…
What was her last wishes?

What was the doctors’ reaction?
Did she closed her eyes by herself?
Or…
Did the doctor did it for her?
Did she die in pain?
Tears rolling her cheeks
Or did she
Gave up a sigh of relief?

I want to know more
About my grand mamas’ death
For I loved her
So that…
Me, grieving in pain
Shouldn’t be in vain.

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She Passed Away

Uncontrollably tears flooded my cheeks
Red were my eyes
Even how hard I tried
To cry out
Nothing could be heard
Painful it was
Only had I known
Despair
In relationships
But my grandmas’ death
Was another one
Oh death!!!

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BYE TO A WONDERFUL SOUL- MY GR

I wasn’t there when the fire flamed high
I wasn’t there when the last words were uttered
I wasn’t there to hold her hand firmly
To prevent the soul from leaving us

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A LETTER TO FATE

Dear fate
I’m writing a letter
so that you come
take me faster

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Irish Funeral Prayer

You can only have one mother
Patient kind and true;
No other friend in all the world,
Will be the same to you.

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Grandmother

If There Are Roses In Heaven
Will You Send One Just For Me
So I Can Hold It Close To My Heart
Where You Will Always Be

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Precious Grandmother

I Wish I Could See You One More Time
Come Walking Through My Door
But, I Know That Is Impossible
I Will Hear Your Voice No More

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She’s Gone

There’s this pain within my heart
That makes me cry and weep
Because my Grandma was very ill
And now she is asleep
The fond memories of her
Has helped me to sustain
Though this time of hardships
And through this time of pain
She always told me to be strong
And don’t let the world win
And those words I’ll cherish

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