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looking off to the side. I took his big, soft hand and pulled him forward. I said, ―Look Gram, there‘s the door. You want to go through it? It‘s okay, you know. I think that‘s where you‘re supposed to go.‖ He didn‘t look at me. He said ―Oh yes.‖ Then he walked through and


disappeared into the light. I watched for a moment; my heart pounding, but not because I was


scared. I wondered where he was going, and I wanted to follow, but I remembered my mom and dad. The next moment I was sitting in the chair. I looked over at the body on the bed. A faint smile curled the corner of his ashen lips, but my grandfather was already gone.


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