Grandma, I Miss You

Poem By Kimberly Santistevan

Thinking of you
And the fact that I never knew you.

I see pictures of you
But it’s just not the same.

I don’t know what your voice sounded like
I don’t know how you would’ve acted if you knew me today,
I want to know how much you love me,
I bet it’s a lot uh?

I wonder sometimes
If you’re proud of me.

Would I make you smile,
If you were sill alive?

I really can’t believe that I never got the chance
To meet you
To see your smile
To hear your laugh
To get to know you as I grew up.

It’s been twenty-two years
I never got to do anything
Just think of you and cry my tears.

Tears of sadness
Tears of my pain
Tears of madness
That I will never see you again.
But you died before I was born.

That hurts me the most,
But some times I think
And I know that you wanted to be one of my many angels
That loves me dearly
And always will.

I thank the lord for you,
Even though I didn’t know you.

I’ll always remember the stories that dad tells me
About you.
And you are my angel, Grandma.

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