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Grandmother

Grandmother
What could be more precious
than Grandma’s special love?
She always sems to know the things
That we are fondest of.
She’s always ready with a smile
Or a loving word or praise,
Her laughter always brightens up
The cloudiest of days….
She had an understanding heart
that encourages and cheers.
The love she gives so freely
Grows deeper with the years.
Her wisdom and devotion
are blessings from above –
Nothing could be more precious
than Grandma’s special love.

Walking with Grandma
I like to walk with Grandma,
Her steps are short like mine.
She doens’t say “Now hurry up”,
She always takes her time.
I like to walk with Grandma,
Her eyes see things like mone do,
Wee pebbles bright, a funny could,
half hidden drops of dew.
Most people have to hurry,
They do not stop to see,
I’m glad that God made Grandma
Unrushed and young like me!

Mother and Grandma
My mother feeds e tuna fish
With broccoli on the side.
But Grandma gives me candy
When my mouth is open wide.
My mother slices apples
And oranges for dessert.
My grandma brings me doughnuts
If she finds out I am hurt.
My morther makes me drink my milk
Most every single nigt.
But Grandma gives me an ice cream bars
When I do something right.
My mother cooks up rice and beans
That have an awful taste.
So I say, “See ya later,
I’m going to Grandma’s place!”

Grandma Doesn’t Care
I got some jam on her new couch,
But Grandma doens’t care.
I lost my toothbrush, dropped a glass,
My old jeans have a tear.
I tipped he cat dish on the floor,
My feet are always bare,
The way I look is a disgrace,
But, Grandma doesn’t care.
She’s very busy, the she sees
The tangles in my hair
She gets a brush, I make a fuss,
But, Grandma doesn’t care.
When I am grown, and om my own,
When visits become rare,
I won’t forget the love I’d get
When Grandma didn’t care.

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