A Poem by snapstache

about my grandma who died


Your green eyes glinted in the moonlight,

You held me close since I was scared,

Said chocolate could cure any diesease,

It made me happy in sad affairs,

Your white hair shone like the moon,

As you reached for the bar,

That held the joy for my heart,

Said it helped people near and far,

You broke it in half,

Gave one piece to me,

Said eat it slowly,

You fragile hands worked nimbly,

As you sewed,

You skin was cut by scissors,

And you asked for chocolate cookie dough,

You awoke in the night,

Said you had a nightmare,

Searched the house for chocolate,

Looking everywhere,

Now I went off to camp,

On that clear day,

Came back happy,

But sad news was releavled,

You had died the night I left,

I cried my eyes out,

Can you guess,

What I looked for to help me think,

Chocolate of course!

© 2009 snapstache

Author's Note

The ending isn't strong but I was crying so please forgive me

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Added on December 7, 2009



i made this when i was eleven wow. a lot of memories here. feel free to look around i suppose although there won't be anything new posted. more..

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