Funeral Poems & Readings

I Miss You, Grandma

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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I Miss You, Grandma

I think about you all the time,

And every day it hurts to cry.

So much has happened in my life.

I’m not sure how hard to try.

Tears are falling constantly.

My heart hurts every day.

I think about your beautiful smile

That I pray I see again someday.

The sweet smell of your perfume

Has slowly faded away.

But all your helpful teachings

Are always here to stay.

I can’t express how much you taught me,

So much I can’t explain.

All the times I can remember,

Never once heard you complain.

So many hearts were broken

The day God called you home.

It seems as though each one of us

Was left to survive alone.

I know there was a reason

That you had to leave.

To keep us in your watchful eyes,

So now in God I really do believe.

Michelle Williams
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