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It's been seven years since you passed away.
I still remember that very day.
A disease called cancer wreaked havoc on you.
I knew there was nothing that I could do.
I had to let nature do its job.
Your fate was determined and it made me sob.
Please know I was torn when your time came to leave.
But you’re here in my heart; that I believe.
Even though in dreams your face is shown,
I still feel so unbearably alone.
I’m still hanging on tight to our memories
But sometimes I doubt that you remember me.
You and I spent so much time together,
So it’s hard to believe that you’re gone forever.
The one thing that always seems to hurt the most
Is that I can feel you everywhere I go.
Every day I wish that you were still around.
And I wish I could hear your sweet voice’s sound.
It always hurts to break down and shed a tear.
But sometimes the pain just becomes too severe.
But I think I’m finally ready to say goodbye.
I think I’ve finally run out of tears to cry.
You and I were the best of friends.
That's why I can't wait to see you again.
But until the time comes that I can,
I just need you to know,
I LOVE YOU, GRANDMA NAN!