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My grandfather died a couple of years ago and this poem I wrote has somewhat to do with him, especially the last two lines.

There Had To Be A Last Time

There had to be a last time,
I sat on my Grandpa's lap to play horse and rider.
There had to be a last time,
I had my parents cut up my food.
There had to be a last time,
I played with my Barbie's.
There had to be a last time,
I rode my bike with training wheels.
There had to be a last time,
I saw my Pa Pa D.D.'s smile.
Why did there have to be a last time?
There just had to be a last time.
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6 Visitor Comments

Cathy
I always knew you had such great thoughts and feelings from the heart. I love you. Your momma
C
The poem made me cry. My Grandfather was the most important person in the world to me and he died when i was only 8. Thank You for sharing your poem with me.
Grinwhicket
So simple, so true. Thank you for sharing this.
crystal
i like this peom alot cause it just makes me wanna cry and i hope that she keeps writting more peoms
Nikki
Hey man, that is one VERY good poem, it's like easy to relate to and I luv how your used your words in this poem, I luv it to bits! Well done!
Brooke
I can really relate to this poem and it needs to be voted for.

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