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Grandma's Calling

Grandma's Calling

A subtle truth, I want to convey...
I long, to see you, before it's too late.

Come share a laugh, exchange a smile...
Will you sit next to me, and stay for awhile?

Spend time with me, I am feeling alone...
Give me reassurance as I face the unknown.

My heart is fading; I am giving it my all...
I long to talk with you, will you please call?					

I know life is busy; I don't want to interrupt...
I will not be a burden, I won't ask that much.

My sight wanes, as I try to see through...
That life is still worth living, because of you.

My spirit is willing, but, my flesh grows weak...
I will always love you, is the promise I shall keep.

This chapter in life will soon come to a close.
I do not know when, I just wanted you to know.

Before that time arrives, I want to see you again...
To share a laugh, a smile, a hug before my time ends.
By: Erin Werner/1 John 4:8 God is love.

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