The Song of My Grandma

August 23, 2012
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Let me sing you a song,

The song of my grandma,
A song that I will sing
And my children after me,
The song of the tigress of the African savannah,
The song of Yuanita – my grandma

I sing of a mother
So warm, caring and loving
A mum who lived so selflessly,
Her children to see live so wonderfully,
I sing of a mother,
Who thru’out the world,
A substitute couldn’t be found.
I sing of my grandma – mother of all mothers.

I sing of a friend,
So cherishing and nourishing,
A friend who helped so generously
Her pals to live so magnificently,
I sing of a friend,
Who on her brittle shoulders
Helped carry the burden of multitudes,
I sing of my grandma – the best of all friends.

I sing of a sister,
So appreciating and thoughtful,
A sibling who so altruistically
Gave her siblings her all,
I sing of a sister,
Who never complaining
Imparted lives a many
I sing of my grandma – a sister unfound.

I sing of a grandma,
So affectionate and fond,
A grandma who so dotingly
Put smiles on our little faces,
I sing of grandma,
Who always cheery and merry
Made our lives anew,
I sing of my grandma – best of them all.

This is my song,
Echoing with the melodious soronous voice of Ko’Ounga,
Filling every breast with high pitched praise of a woman like no other,
This is my song,
Thru’ every clime and every coast
Purging all of mankind to come join in
To join in one accord
In unison with men brave and of valor
To sing of more than a woman

This is the song of my grandma,
Pen to paper that
The world may appreciate her
And say a little “Thank You.”
For her life so amazing
An alma mater of one a many
A changer of lives so many
Grandma we love you.
I sing of my grandma – Dani, we will ne’er forget you.

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