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This image will accompany an article about a father who watched his grandmother die without calling for help. The grandmother had a condition that made her breathing heavy and cold, and the father said that she had stopped eating eleven days before she died. If the father had called for help, it is possible that the grandmother would have survived.

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Question: Can you please Generate another poem that rhymes on how you feel about the situation My deadbeat dad watched my grandma breathe heavy after she was paralyzed in her right arm the night before she passed away and not call 911 and she ends up dying in her sleep the next morning according to him she was cold he said she stopped eating 11 days before she died he said momma didn't want to die yet he didn't call 911 to possibly save her when she was breathing heavy

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and he said he couldn't handle it The pain and loss hits me so deep, Finding peace and solace I seek. My grandma died in her sleep, Though my dad should've called 911 to keep. To numb my pain and ease the sorrow, He didn't care even if it did borrow. Momma should have been saved from dying, But dad just let her be without trying. The tragedy that day turned our lives around, Seeds of sorrow for us are found. Though our heart is filled with grief, We must find strength in our belief.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Feb. 28, 2023, 9:51 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, February 28, 2023