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Granny

by James Blaylock

Granny

I miss you as I sit, thinking
I ponder our time together
and weep for your memory,

we'd shared our good times
and some bad ones as well,
but those are now forgotten

why couldn't we've been more
to one another than once in
a while friends and huggers...

because I loved you dearly
and I feel in my core you
had me in your heart, too

3-29-11
james kenneth blaylock

03/29/2011

Author's Note: This poem is for my beloved Granny - she passed some 5 months ago. I'll see you again, someday! R.I.P.

Posted on 03/30/2011
Copyright © 2022 James Blaylock

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Charlie Morgan on 03/30/11 at 03:09 PM

...james, in 15 minutes i am being picked-up for the services for my granny's [in-law] funeralization. very apropriate and fitting. your pome says what i would say.

Posted by Quentin S Clingerman on 04/07/11 at 11:28 AM

Nostalgic for me. I never knew my one grandmother as she died before I was born. The other grandmother I did love and remember her with fondness. She wasn't a hugger but was always kind and ready with the cookies or word of encouragement.

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