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I thought of Grandma,

A can of buttons, Ribbons & Bows.

Sleeping under the kitchen table,

Watching veggies grow.


Picnics in the park,

Salads, picking asparagus.

A craft of the month,

Saved for each of us.


Handsome lad and Froggy went a courtin,

Quilt with antique cars.

To and from Chicago,

A collection of bottles and jars.


Love and help freely given,

Barn parties for many occasions.

Grandma loved her garden,

Holidays and seasons.


A house in the woods,

47 acres of land.

A lady she was,

Willing to take a stand.


Grateful I am, for all her years,

Fond memories, too.

I’ll see you in Heaven,

Grandma I love you.