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Short Grandmother poem by James Marshall Goff| Details |

Yellow Throat Warbler

wild river perch

songs Grandmother heard

caress my heart


Short Grandmother poem by Debbie Guzzi| Details |

an orange peel scent

an orange peel scent 
reminds me of grandmother---
my knarled hands


Short Grandmother poem by Heather Hill| Details |

Grandma

Threaded memories, the smell of my grandmother seeps from the pillow


Short Grandmother poem by Debbie Guzzi| Details |

an orange peel scent

an orange peel scent
reminds me of Grandmother--
my own knarled hands


Short Grandmother poem by Kyle Maples| Details |

Grandmother

Drift into the depths.
Submerged you are beyond sight,
But you are still here.


Short Grandmother poem by Marycile Beer| Details |

In Spirit

  She watches over them

Soon a grandmother to be

              Cathy



7-18-04


Short Grandmother poem by Smail Poems| Details |

Princesses

Pretty princesses
Dancing all around
Frolicking through fields
Very beautiful
Just like you!


Short Grandmother poem by Jacqueline R. Mendoza| Details |

Women


You women
Know how to make 
The best of what you've got in you
You do it everyday in your life


Short Grandmother poem by Margaret Foster| Details |

Grandmother's Brooch

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handed down to me



eighteen caret with gold leaf



Grandmothers bequest



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Short Grandmother poem by Samuel Durant| Details |

F uck

Sittin' on the

brown couch cushion

next to the



broken fan

on the 

kitchen floor



talking to

Grandmother.


Short Grandmother poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

OLD AGE SEX

we  getting older

but bolder

stiil as the feeling

we both was reeling

you can bet 

it was

OLD AGE SEX








Short Grandmother poem by Jim Wilson| Details |

Lullaby

My grandmother's voice

Contained her grandmother's voice,

An ancient lullaby.

The Yosemite Valley

Took million of years to form.


Short Grandmother poem by Sara Kendrick| Details |

Laundry

Laundry, odor, stink

Parmesan cheese, fungus, dirt

Bleach, washing powders





(Let me Haiku you from a grandmother's point of view.)


Short Grandmother poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

KIDS AND GRAND MOTHER

they talk to you

and raise you too

there at your side

when mother tell lies

they or wises

theyer like  others

KIDS AND GRANDMOTHER


Short Grandmother poem by Kesha Mashaw| Details |

My Grandmother's Masterpiece

My sweet grandmother bakes it

Tangy fruit inside

The crust sprinkled with sugar

Take a great big bite

Sensational taste

Red cherry 

Pie


Short Grandmother poem by Ace X| Details |

Morning before sunrise

Light is almost clear
The morning is here
Beautiful light, beautiful moment
Your grandmother and all it has been 
Now or then before a sunrise moment.


Short Grandmother poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details |

Grandma's Mirror



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beneath some blankets

in my grandmother's' old trunk

a silver mirror

keeping the secrets of youth

my face reflecting her past





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Short Grandmother poem by John Joseph P.| Details |

Granny Cool

You're my inspiration

always been there when needing a spiritual lift

indeed you're one-of-a-kind Grandmother

fit-to-be-Queen with gift

Bodhisattva qualities


Short Grandmother poem by craig cornish| Details |

Tanka Shelter

the live oaks sheltered

and sunlight stippled the drive

covering our heads

our grandmother's Kashmir shawl

wrapped around all three of us





April 24, 2014


Short Grandmother poem by Gypsyof Essence| Details |

Beautiful Lace

Eyes of piercing true,
ever so blue.

I hope you knew 
as you flew on the wings of grace,
your life was like beautiful lace.

In that lace 
was a place,
just for me.


Short Grandmother poem by Fritz Purdum| Details |

The Same Smile

The brevity of beauty

Is like an Iris blooming in spring

A grandmother holds the hand

Of her shy little granddaughter

They have the same smile

Love shines forever


Short Grandmother poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

GRANDMOTHER CHURCH HATS

some or side

set on head at the side

she ware them all

at all her calls

to teach and preach

she walk like a cat

move like a rat

in HER

my

GRANDMOTHER CHRUCH HAT


Short Grandmother poem by Aiyah de Torres| Details |

DRIED PETALS

                   she is the most beautiful wild flower

                       time ran fast fades the glamour

                               living in twilight zone.


Short Grandmother poem by chipepo lwele| Details |

Grandma And Grandpa

Our children loves the advice
you give them!
The organic food you prepare
for them!
The affection,laugh and smile
you give them!
Happy grandma and grandpa
We all heartily love you!


Short Grandmother poem by Carrie Richards| Details |

lost behind fragile glass

<em>she smiles cautiously

as if she knows who I am....

I live on her nightstand</em>





_________________________________________________
For Senryu Contest: Sponsered by Black Eyed Susan




Short Grandmother poem by Nancy Jones| Details |

Ancestry

Mama Mary taught me crochet
Pa Kemp taught me sure to respect her

Grandmother taught me how to cook foods that please
Grandfather, who was her protector

taught me things that.... 

I'm still learning.


Short Grandmother poem by Christy Hardy| Details |

Famous

When I was a little girl,

my only wish, was that 

someday, I would be famous.



My grandmother always said,

"you can be anything you want to be,"

and I believed her, Maybe, I did not believe in me.


Short Grandmother poem by Lorenzo Pacheco| Details |

My Great Grandmother

My Great Grandmother

Trinidad Pacheco

I Miss you

but I know that your happy

You were always kind and giving

you never missed are Birthday's

I will see you again oneday

In Heaven.

R.IP Great Grandmother


Short Grandmother poem by Rocky Edwards| Details |

Time to Play




Pick your bush clean.

"You can fill 
your bucket faster ,
and have more time to play".

When my Mom was picking blackberries,
long sleeves and jeans.

My Grandmother would tell her kids,

Pick your bush clean


R. Damone 2014



Short Grandmother poem by Susan Gwynne-Galfe| Details |

Grandchildren

B eautiful boy 

R ough at play

Y oung and curious

C uddly and loving 

E normous energy





GRANDCHILDREN





A ngel from heaven

L oving and loyal

I rresistibly  huggable 

A dorably cute

N eat and outgoing

A  pple of our eye


Short Grandmother poem by Erin S| Details |

Dedication

To my Grandma whose bond I share
For everything you have done with love and care

So much and yet you give more
Endless are the things I thank you for

Here is something simple, a mere piece
From the gifts you helped nurture and release


Short Grandmother poem by Ray Dillard| Details |

Grandmother's Turkey

My Grandmother's recipe

Here, yet she is gone.

Plump turkey stuffed with veggies,

Spices sprinkled on.

Basted until done.

Delicious,

YUM!





I'm most thankful for family!



P.S.- Complete recipe available upon request by Soup Mail.


Short Grandmother poem by Lisa Stoffer| Details |

Grandma Hearts Grandma

I never met Grandpa
so I do not know
if he ever went dancing
or stubbed his toe.
But I do know
one thing-
Grandma loved him.

And Grandma died
when was in 8th grade.
So we didn't talk
I am afraid.
But I do know
one thing-
Grandpa loved her.


Short Grandmother poem by Nola Perez| Details |

SEEING THINGS

January & February this year, 

prescription lenses lost. I count

the cost (it cost me dear).



A place for everything

and everything in its place,

my grandmother said,



but I only know 

where my glasses are

when they're on my face.


Short Grandmother poem by Jim Grecco| Details |

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mothers Day,

To a very special mother,

Tons of hugs and kisses,

Even though you're just my grandmother,

You're the best mother ever,

And no one can disagree,

And even though you're just my grandmother,

You're still a mother to me.


Short Grandmother poem by Sara Kendrick| Details |

Little Boy

<em><center>Little boy runs from
his grandmother up a tree...
Gran sits in chair waits

He needed spank'n
so she waited 'til he came down..
Discipline takes time</em></center>

Cody's dad told this story about him and his grandmother years ago....


Short Grandmother poem by shaikha alansari| Details |

candy

My friend (Brandy) 

Got some candy, 

From her mother (ma) .



My friend (Brandy) 

Got more candy, 

from her brother (Bro) .



My friend (Brandy) 

Got lots of candy, 

From her grandpa (Pa) .



She got a tooth ake

Is it a mistake! ! ? ? 






Short Grandmother poem by Josey Portas| Details |

It all adds up

One falsely accusing grandmother,

One misunderstanding brother.

One tear upon the cheek,

One heart that is very weak.

One life that was sad from the start,

One pair of lovers torn apart.

One very chastising world,

And one very sad, lonely girl.


Short Grandmother poem by Marquis Turner| Details |

Denise Mother's Poem

Denise 

(D)evoted daugther, mother, wife, grandmother.
(E)goistic not in your description. 
(N)ice caring loving person.
(I)ntelligent educated beautiful woman you are.
(S)uccessful. So many ways you been blessed.
(E)ver lasting phenomenal woman. my mother.


Short Grandmother poem by Joy Petten| Details |

MY GRANDMA MY HEART

To you I am thankful, 

for all that you give.

To you I owe this life thatI live.

You taught me to be all I can be.

Often I failed,

Yet you didnt give up on me.

In my life there will never be another,

To hold a candle to you , my dearest grandmother.




Short Grandmother poem by R Kumari| Details |

Brought up my late Grandmother (2005)

Grandmother Grandmother cant you see

That all of you is a part of me

Whether you were absent you were not

I have got everything you have got

Grandmother Grandmother you fed me strong

Even though you were gone all along





I love you and miss you so much


Short Grandmother poem by Taylor Graham| Details |

Stricture

A clearing vision fails.

Nothing is what it seems.

Your inheritance, scuffed

lenses, ammonia, sins

of a grandmothers house.

Of a grandmothers house

nothing departs unchanged.

Elbows, knees and knuckles

scraped raw by scour-pads,

solvent, sting of scrubbed air.


Short Grandmother poem by Anthony O. Mitchell Jr.| Details |

Happy Holidays Dear Faye 2K12

May your colors which unique shine thro' upon
Family as the brilliant Christmas lights do,
And yet after the white blanket has gone;
May this joyous Season's peace find you true.
May hearts warmth find you this grand Holiday.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year's dear Faye!


Short Grandmother poem by Glen Enloe| Details |

Heirlooms

Opal grandmother eyes,

watery milk glass veins

in stick arms

throb weakly,

tense tight white thread

into frayed, thin quilts.



There is a slight rustle

of desperation, a hope

of completion

as smudged pigeons

shatter wind

and winter gives up

its gin clear grace.


Short Grandmother poem by Robert Pettit| Details |

The Best Pie Baker

Grandma was the best at baking pies. 

That was a fact nobody denies. 

Apple, rhubarb, sweet potato, cherry, 

pumpkin, pecan, and don't forget blueberry. 

In the kitchen, grandma could be found. 

Her fresh-baked pies were the best around.



inspired by another member's poem


Short Grandmother poem by Rob Vittozzi| Details |

My Grandmother

My Grandmother I miss her so

Her smiling face when I see her

She could always make my day better

But she had gotten ill

Went to a better place

My grandmother I miss her so 

Is always in my heart and soul

She will always be forever and always.

My Grandmother I miss her so


Short Grandmother poem by chamonique knowles| Details |

Legendary women in my life

The smell of my mother
Its the Coco Chanel fragrance she wears every day
Its the scent of her make up
Its the aroma of coffee and spearmint candy
My grandmother smells of sugar and roses
Of thank giving dinner and sweet potato pie
Of chocolate and perfume
Of spice and chamomile tea


Short Grandmother poem by Amy Frazey| Details |

The Only One

There is only one yawn in existence.

It passes from person to person in the space of a blink.

Extremely contagious, you can catch it by sight alone.

This person, that person, a person in the next room. 

Who will catch it next? 

You, me, your grandmother?

Watch for the yawn and see.


Short Grandmother poem by Sarah Cassleman| Details |

My Heritage

My heritage is a mixture
Of backgrounds.  Let's start on 
My Dad's side of the family.

My Dad's mom is Irish and English.

My Dad's dad is Irish and German.

My Mom's mom is Scottish and Irish.

My Mom's dad is blood Hungarian.

So in other words,
I'm a mutt!  or as others say,
"Heinz 57!"


Short Grandmother poem by Caleb Smith| Details |

Butterscotch

My great-grandmother lived in a little green house
Down a lonely Arkansas road
I used to go and visit her there
On days when summer winds blowed

She told me stories of times long gone
And hours passed as I would watch
Her ancient hands open, piece after piece
Of sweet smelling butterscotch


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