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My Sleeping Grandma

I'm a mathematician and have taught mathematics and related courses for over 3 years. Still working on myself. Still I rise


My Sleeping Grandma

After your husband’s demise

You stayed with us for a while

Few days after he was laid to rest

You fought death boldly

With the last gasp

You decided it was time to go and rest

When mommy said you were gone

I thought it was a joke

I tried to wake you up

I thought you were asleep as usual

But No, you wouldn’t wake up

Death stole you away

I never got the chance to say goodbye

Years gone by

But your memories linger on

Rest on grandma

Continue to soar on Angel’s wings

© 2019 Ehilenbalu David Uduebor

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