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Person to person call for NANA
by Theresa F Koch
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Photograph of my Nana


Your eyes were like crystal pools, I got lost within them
I loved you and your English muffins with marmalade
I never knew anyone who went frog gigging but you did
You floated on ice skates with the children on the pond

You were always laughing and smiling never sad
But were you inside when you lost your love George?
I loved your home in the woods and long to be there still
I long just to talk to you once more my dearest loving Nana

You had a root cellar and lived on a lake, just my style
The woods were where you loved to be, gone fishing
I thought it strange that you made homemade turtle soup
You called them snappers catching them with a chicken leg

How do I even express the all of you, you’re just perfect
You hunted, fished and hiked the woods, yet quite a lady
No wonder my mother was all she was she had you
No way to touch you or call I send this to the heavens

Person to person call for NANA


For Agnes B. Hoffman Servas

Ravens Nest

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Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
this is such a beautiful tribute--you were truly blessed
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
One of the most touching, in my opinion, poems I have read here, is the ones dedicated to Grandmothers. God bless you for remember and make us to remember our old and precious ones!

Georg

Reviewed by Jon Willey
memories, those marvelous vignettes of our past, irretrievably lost in the shadows of time -- and grandmothers, can there possibly be more wonderful people on God's earth -- I loved this moving tribute Theresa -- peace, love and great joy to you --- JMW
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
'No way to touch you or call I send this to the heavens'--------BEAUTIFUL, I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by William Bonilla
beautiful and poetic
Peace & love to you

William
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Such beautiful lines of memory, Theresa. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Felix Perry
The love and admiration you had for your Nana is evident and this poem is a great tribute to the lady and her memory. Well done.

fee
Reviewed by John Flanagan
Theresa,
This is rich memoir and a larger-than-life character bounces off the page...what a lady!
Thank you so much for this, just wonderful.
John
Reviewed by David Arthur Walters
She was obviously the Real McCoy!
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
My kind of lady...she sounds like a trooper indeed!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
Heartfelt and captivating portrait of a wonderful-sounding woman and lady, Theresa. You have painted her most vividly and your words and sentiment let us know just how deeply you admire and love her. An awesome fullness of character is in your genes, and it shows! :)) xx
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
Grandmothers are joy in our hearts. We will always remember them. When I was a little girl, I often shared the same bed with my grandma. She liked it when I slept beside her, even though it was a small bed.

Lovely tribute to your grandmother indeed!!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
Your grandmother sounds like an interesting character in her day. It's great to have such wonderful memories of those we've loved.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
The love in your heart surely shines in this endearing piece...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Paul Berube
Beautifully said Theresa.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Sounds you had a love of your grandmom that is hard to find nowadays...e
Reviewed by Bonnie May
TEARS AND LOVE IN THIS WRITE FROM BEGINNING TO END...SUCH A LOVE BETWEEN GRANDCHILD AND GRANDMOTHER (NANA) TOUCHING AND LOVING WRITE THERESA...LOVE AND HUGS, BONNIE
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