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Remembering Zelpha E. Wheeler: a poem

Just have a poem I wrote about my Grand-ma." -Jacqueline Wheeler
About: Obituary: Zelpha E. Wheeler, 94, Columbia, KY

My Grandma Wheeler
by Jacqueline Wheeler
She Lived Such A Long & Wonderful Life
One So Filled With Love
She Gave So Much In Every Little Touch.
No Doubt She Was The Grand-est Grandma,

Always Strong in Her Faith in God
Longing To See GrandPa Someday
She's Now In Heaven With All Her Loved Ones
Family Shes Waited So Long To See
Going Home To GrandPa, How Happy She Must Be

Remembering Her And All Her Glory
They'll Never Be Another Quite Like Her
94 Years Young As Sweet & Gentle As Ever.
I'll Miss My Lovely GrandMa Forever

She Never Forgot Her Children on Christmas Every Year
A Christmas Cake She Made For Each
With Joy And Happy Tears
Made From Love And Always From Scratch

With A Hand written"I Love You" Always Attached
I'll Miss You GrandMa For The Rest Of Time
'cause They'll Never Be Another As grand As Mine.
My GrandMa Wheeler
I Love You Grandma, Your Grand Daughter
s/JACQUELINE WHEELER



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