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This poem is a description of my feelings as I touched my grandmother's gravestone.

Bygone

When I touched
she passed between
as I knelt in the grass
head against cold stone
my breath
passing
the memories
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Dee
Beautiful and everlasting.
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Enjoyed your poem

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