My Granny

My Granny long poem

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My granny was a fierce woman, she was strong,
Didn’t care to let you know if you were wrong,

She was opinionated and she’d always let you know,
Very quickly if you didn’t live right just where you’d go,

She’d say things we didn’t like and it would cause us to fight,
Perhaps we were just mad cause we knew that she was right,

She knew what was best for us even though we listen much,
And when we messed up she’d be there to be our crutch,

My granny was loved by so many people everywhere she went,
Cause any time with her was time much well spent,

She was an amazing role model that we looked up to,
She’d help anyone if she thought it was the right thing to do,

She let us know when she was proud and when she wasn’t,
We all still love her there’s not a person who doesn’t,

She had an enormous heart and she was funny too,
She could have you laughing until your face was blue,

When she got sick she stayed strong for us,
And for a while we all got along without any fuss,

Some of us grew closer together there at the end,
Gathered around waiting on angels for God to send,

My granny is in heaven now but it hasn’t been that long,
And we miss her more each and everyday since she’s been gone,

She wasn’t just a mother or grandmother she was so much more,
She was our best friend and now our angel with wings to soar.

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