To My Grandmas

Poem By Robert Hall

You help me out
When it's WINDY,
Keep me under control
Make me more flexible and bendy.

You love me as I love you
Ever so much
You make me a new
With you magical touch.

You agreee with me
When I am right
But when I'm wrong
We don't fight.

Comments about To My Grandmas

Thank you so much for writing the nice poem. I hope I can always be a help to you. I am very, very proud of you! Probably it would be best not to name a person in this poem though - could hurt feelings if read.


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