All The Things I Knew

I knew they couldn't stop you.
I knew this was the day God or whatever deity would call you home.
I knew when I looked into your calm green eyes,
you were ready.
I knew when we got word,
that you had collapsed,
That was the last time.

I knew when you when you told me,
"Your my granddaughter,
you always will be,"
That sounded an awful lot like goodbye.
I knew when I said "See you later,"
and you didn't answer,
that was your sign to me.

I knew when Linda came in crying,
that you weren't going to be with us much longer.

I was right,
But I wish I was wrong,
because I miss you.
And I didn't want you to go.





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MarieAntoinette2012 said...
Sept. 24, 2012 at 9:48 am
Thank you so much. He meant a lot to me.
 
Zeesrock said...
Sept. 21, 2012 at 3:56 pm
Its extreemyl tragic wen u lose some1 close to u and u r an extremely brave person for putting a well written poem about it.
 
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