Grandfather Death Poems

These Grandfather Death poems are examples of Death poems about Grandfather. These are the best examples of Death Grandfather poems written by international poets.


Death Comes Like a Crow by Elizabeth Duran
On hallowed ground behind the etched-stone marker
roses, withered, shriveled, disturbed by crows,
now unwillingly tumble and scatter to the after
like wisps of nothingness colliding with the...

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Categories: death, death of a

OUR LOTS BIRTH TO DEATH by Olufemi Oloye
OUR LOTS .... BACK TO THE LORD


In ignorance we came from the kingdom we knew not. 
To the world of no choice where we live...

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Categories: adventure, age, death, death



Death's Game by Cassidy June
Death’s Game

I take your hand
You hold onto to mine
As our week comes to and end
I thought you’d be fine
But in the wake of death
No one...

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Categories: 8th grade, cry, death,

Premium MemberLight On the Devil's Chord - Day 37 by Laura Breidenthal
I heard two distinct voices in the night,
Conversing amongst themselves most eagerly
They whispered like children in excitement
Their sardonic mouths sung many savvy tunes
It was Death...

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Categories: change, death, gothic, grave,

Papaw's Demise by randy johnson
You died twenty years ago today.
On February 7, 1998, you passed away.
You were born in 1910 and died at the age of eighty-seven.
Twenty years ago,...

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Categories: appreciation, death, dedication, farewell,

Premium MemberDEAR GRAND DAD by Line Gauthier


When you died
     We wept and cried
So much you left
     Inside unsaid
Buried with
    ...

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Categories: death, devotion, funeral, goodbye,

Death in the Thickets by Iris Blade
They can’t find me for I hide in the thickets
I float faceup,
Lips breaking surface just barely
Kissing the air between my teeth
Is it my time to...

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Categories: death, depression, sad love, suicide,

SONGS WITH OUR EYES CLOSED by Mia Pratt
Every morning we used
to hear you sing 
your free spirited melodies
about holding 
onto God's unchanging hands
and dreaming of one day meeting him 
by the river...

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Categories: celebration, death, grandfather, memory,

Don't Think That There's Tomorrow by M.P. Shaudd
On his way to work this morning
His truck lost to a big rig
He was running late and didn't take
The time to kiss his wife or...

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Categories: death, farewell, life, loss,

Happy Birthday Gramps by Blic Echols
 I really just wanted to tell you Happy Birthday
 You would have been 72 years old today
 Even though we miss you day by...

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Categories: absence, death, grandfather, how

WHITNEY2 -------- Grandfather by Jack Webster
Grandfather's Suitcase

He left it,
for me, she says. 
Inside it
are his trilby
and the books
we used to read,
and somehow,  his scent of pipe.


9-5-2017...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, boy, death,

Grandpa by Marty Morris


Quiet again, 
As he sat and pondered.
His memories remained, 
As his mind always wandered.
His aching heart,
He could not show.
His thoughts went to her,
His pain would...

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Categories: absence, death, depression, devotion,

And then it stopped by Hannah Corey
I swore that God had cried that day
As he watched me from above
Wishing he could make it end
Wishing for the sake of our love

I never...

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Categories: death, grandfather, grave, grief,

Premium Member---- by kabuteng P.iNk k.

old bayonet—
I wonder if one touched
my grandfather’s body






June 12, 2017...

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Categories: abuse, death, freedom, grandfather,

Violet-Blue Death by Richard H. Dunsany
1. Non-fiction

The bathroom faucet gushes nectar
drowns my hands in never-laughter,
"Sorry" is a specter
when you told me "0" I felt disgusting,
hopelessly deluded,
naked.

Last night I dreamed
that New...

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Categories: death, addiction, crazy, dark, ,

Everlong by Jaymes DiLaurentis
If I could write a book
It would be the greatest story ever told
Of a kind and loving grandfather
Who had a heart as pure as gold

But...

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Categories: angst, death, deep, emotions,

A Slice Of Lemon by John Beam
The plaguing tictocs, of the grandfather clockProduces an electric current upon my skinAwakening cobwebs in my mind like a frockThe horrific chagrin begs the question...

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Categories: addiction, betrayal, death, dream,

Premium MemberA nameless grave by Agnes Krampe
My grandfather died at Stalingrad.
My grandmother got a letter:
For Fuehrer and Fatherland –
You are now a widow.
Somewhere in Russia,
A nameless grave 
Remains all
That is
Left.

4/20/2017
For contest:...

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Categories: death, war,

Premium MemberNo Second Chances by Jeannie Minor
I've been watching the people across the street for about a year now. We wave at each other every once in a while, not really...

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Categories: death, emotions, grandfather, grandmother,

GHOSTS WE NO LONGER HAUNT by Mia Pratt
Once in a dream 
I attended a funeral service
at this particular church
of an unnamed family member 
just before the bell rang 
for the service to...

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Categories: death, funeral, heaven, sad