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Granddad in Heaven
You left before you could meet them ‘I want to live to see my grandkids’ you’d say Unfortunately you never got the chance So let me introduce them to you today There are three of them Ages one, four and seven A little boy and two little girls Who call you their granddad in Heaven The little boy is an architect at heart A real clever little fella too But what makes him really special Is that he is the very split image of you Your second grandchild is a little drama queen Who loves singing, dancing and ballet shoes A caring heart and entertaining character Is what she inherited from you Then there is the last little girl With a spirit so completely free Clever, entertaining, with a caring heart You can call her grandkid number three Three little kids Different...yet so similar too Because each little one Inherited a character of you They are such happy kids Of whom you would be so proud You will never be forgotten Because we see you in these kids running around The eldest often talks about you The middle one does too The little one does not talk as well just yet But when she looks at your pictures, she calls you granddad *Dedicated to my father who passed on 8 years ago and never got to meet my sister's two kids and my daughter
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