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Author Name: Freechronic 3 Comments
Date Added: June 09, 2005 00:06:01 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Happy Birthday, Grandma. (RIP)

Birth and Death..

The hurt never left..

I still miss shirley

It still hurts me

your memory like a gamma, burnin me

But grandma your in me..

Heart memory and Mind

i'll play no game like halftime

And I'll keep writing after my last rhyme

so they don't forget

you were perfect

and I loved you for it

So my tears pourin.. The first morning without you..

I felt like I didn't know anything about you

But know you...

Are the epitome of what I know

what I show every day

is dedication in every way

you were the best grandmother,

I admit.. I have another..

But she wasn't there like you

So now, I write you

to enlight you

to brighten you

I don't mean to frighten you

with some of my actions

I have a path in life with many distractions

My life was put into fractions

when the action disactrous happened

I still MISS you..

The last time I saw you on that bed and KISSED you

The next day, I didn't go

You waited for me but I didn't show

it was the last night you were alive and I didn't know

there I was, gettin buzzed,doin drugs,

instead of being with the ones I love

the ones i'd hug every day, But then they told me the case

My grandmother was sent to a holy place

I think i'm drinkin and see it's only chase...

You were the only one here some-times

I knew you were amazed at your grandsons rhymes

But I gotta stop crying and laugh some times

Author's Notes:

Dedicated to Shirley Ann Cordova

           6/8/42 - 9/4/04

       Still yet to be forgotten.

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Comment By: FreeJames Lagoski on September 29, 2005 08:43:01 PM Report
Dear Jimmy-
This almost made me cry-
You know it kills me to know that when you should
have 2 grandmas you've only gotten to know one-
It is such a shame that with a family as big as
ours Grandma is the only one who was ever there
for you-
I still remember when she would let you stay at her apartment and you would feel like you had your own place while she was at work-
And how you would stay with her on the weekends
so she wasn't alone-
PLEASE know in your heart that she is still and
will always be there for YOU!
Best Wishes Son-
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on June 9, 2005 11:06:31 AM Report
Chronic: such a loving write. Your Grandmother is smiling down from Heaven. She is very proud of your writing....

Lady Dragonwyck
Comment By: FreeJessie on June 9, 2005 12:33:38 AM Report
this is beautiful and you'll NEVER forget her. shed be proud of you and she is still watching over you making sure you dont choose the wrong paths in life ive written a poem called "ghost of you" you might like it i dunno but yeah have a read and tell me what you think...
i loved this piece
Jessie oxoxo


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