The One I Do Not Remember At All

This Poem is dedicated to my dead Grandpa Baxter who died in 2006. The story is going to be in letter form.

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1. Dear Dead Grandpa Baxter

The One I Do Not Remember At All

Dear Dead Grandpa Baxter,

I hope you can see me as I am writing this.

I hope you know that even though I do not remember you

I feel like I have known you my whole life.

I hope you are at peace up in heaven.

I know that you are watching your whole entire family from heaven,

And I wish I could remember something that you did with me, but I can not.

 

Just so that you know, I have grown into a beautiful

Young lady who is kind to the elderly, and cries when one of

Her elderly friends dies, or anything that she loves dies.

I hope that one day I get to meet you up in heaven again.

I think you would have liked me a whole lot, Grandpa.

I hope you will be proud of your granddaughter who struggles with

Being autistic, and ADHD. I hope you would approve of all my crushes,

and I want you to know that you would have been an awesome grandpa to me.

I need to know how much you would have liked to meet me, Grandpa.

 

If only I had met you before you died.

I want you to know that you would have been the best Grandpa

Ever in the history of Grandpas. I need you to know that I

Would have been a great kid for you to have met. You

Are the one Grandpa I have yet to meet.

I want you to know that when I first started to

Do the draft for this poem I was crying, Grandpa.

 

Just Because I do not remember you, Grandpa does not mean I do not love you.

You are the one who inspired me to do this poem.

I want you to be the first one to read this poem, and the last one to read it, Grandpa.

You will always be my hero, Grandpa.

I hope you can help me understand why you could not be here anymore, Grandpa.

 

I have decided to do a whole project about you, Grandpa,

 So I hope you like it so far, Grandpa.

You are a cool Grandpa, even though I do not know you and you died

Before I could even meet you again, Grandpa.

You could have been my best Grandpa ever.

I hope you know that I love you so much.

I wish you are here right now, Grandpa.

 

I have heard that you were a pretty cool Grandpa.

This is going to be put in your old house wall, that Grandma Baxter still lives in.

I will also show this poem to your children.

I will love you till I die.

I will always love you, Grandpa.

 

Love your Granddaughter,

Christy.

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