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Rated: E · Poetry · Family · #1745773
This is a poem written in remembrance of my grandpa his wisdom and love
Raymond

Their was a man born in 1925, a man that greatly influenced my life and made me a man. The knowledge and wisdom brought to me I will never forget. I dedicated this song to the greatness mentor any one could ask for, my grandpa.

From the lessons that you taught
To the knowledge that I sought
To the battles that you fought
And the love that you brought
For the man that I am
How you stopped me when I ran
For kindness in your hands
I am your greatness fan
From your drive and ambition
From how you talked and how you listened
From my first time gon fishn
And how to make decisions
For your sincerness and your kindness
To keep me focused in the blindness
Your love will remind us
Your love will always bind us
For your discipline and strictness’
For your strength within your sickness
To keep my mouth from fictious
To never be malicious
To never accept less
To strive to be the best
To leave all the stress
To know when to rest
Your always in my heart
Are souls will never part

Your mind was your art
That its never how you start
Its always how you finish
Your love never will diminish

Its been awhile since I seen your smile
Theirs been some miles since iv seen your face
I been so long since iv heard your voice
Nothing left but to remember and rejoice

I seen you in my dreams
I heard you while I slept
Held your picture while I wept
In my shadow I feel your steeps

So I creep to a place of my soul
To a place where I know’
But I relized their was a hole
When I push you pulled

Me in
Id give anything to see you again
To see your grin
Every battle is a means to an end

I don’t care when or how long
Just weepn threw my song
Who will be there to right my wrongs
I opened my eyes and you were gone

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