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Grandfather Abc Poems | Abc Poems About Grandfather

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Grandpa

A boy needs a Grandpa, 
for man-to-man talks. 
To go hand in hand, 
on companionable walks. 
To fix up his toys, 
when they no longer go. 
To tell him the things, 
little boys want to know. 
A boy needs a Grandpa, 
to show him the way. 
To handle a puppy, 
to teach him fair play. 
To impart bits of wisdom, 
he's learned through the years.
That it's no disgrace, 
for a man to shed tears. 
A boy needs a Grandpa, 
to sit on his lap. 
And if no one is looking, 
they take a wee nap. 
Each wrapped in an aura, 
of love and esteem. 
Each smiling gently, 
at some special dream.


By William P. Darnell Sr.


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My loving roots

My roots are were love begins gram paw was my best friend
Always loving and caring for me till the end
We always talk loved an shared to each other everything
As I walk to the stone that bears his name it's only a small reminder 
Of his love he showed an the tear that I shed from pain
We were best of all friends never new till the end
He showed me everything I no pleas lord send me to heaven so I can see him agin
I grew up on a farm that was his whenever I needed to cry he lint his arm
Never backing down from me when I did right or wrong alway their
Showing me what life should be he was my true friend even past the end 
I love you papaw till we meet agin my gram-paw and best friend 


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Lost Valentine

“She was mine” was all he thought
His spark was gone, forever had seemed so long
The gleam in his eye, dulled as days went by
He’d been trying hard to carry on, she was two months gone
He could no longer cry, all life was now, was a lie
His sadness growing deeper, as the world continued to fly by
His girl was gone now, his reason and purpose no longer around
For years he cared, he couldn’t show, but those actions spoke louder than any words 
she would’ve known
His poor tired soul began to appear on his face
His heart numb from losing the one love that who with, his life had begun
Now it was his time to start, for in his heart, he knew……
They wouldn’t be far apart.

                                                    Dedicated to the memory of my Grandparents
                                                      William Lee Neeland Sr. 02/22/27 – 07/10/04
                                                     Pauline Sue Neeland         07/27/46 - 12/24/03
with all my love, #2


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Jeremy Xamined the Stormy Eaves

Absently I
Brushed the
Crushed ice
Down from the
Eaves and
Followed my 
Grandfather into
His little cottage.

I looked all around me hoping to find any traces of
Jeremy's presence, but
Katherine had been thorough and
Left
Me
Nothing, to remember him by.

Out of the corner of my eye a
Purple flag flapped outside the
Window,
Quietly warning us of the
Rapidly approaching
Storm that had
Threatened the lot of
Us.

Very slowly I
Worked my way to the window and
Xamined the sky outside,
Yawning for lack of
Zzzz's.


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Gin Again

Gin Again
On the mountain top
Old grandpa is making his gin again
He presses the corn to fill the pot.
All the way to the top.
The bottles they rattle with the wind just waiting for that gin.
Grandpa he tastes with delight.
Saying it will be gin again before night.
The smell fills the air that might bring the law.
Grandpa is all most drunk.He stumbles and yells 
It's Gin again