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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.

A bible stand stood verily high -
these words won’t die.
Central pages of art.
Grandma’s Jesus would give me a heart.

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Categories: bible, death, grandfather, grandmother,

Mr Freeze
We were fighting over Mr Freeze pops 
whilst grandpa was being cleaned for the coffin. 

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© Si iq   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, death, family, grandfather,

Premium Member Sailors' New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve, nineteen eighty-one,
the effervescent pink punch that was spiked
with that damn Everclear,
we were in our first little apartment in
Arlington, Virginia,
partying with fellow shipmates...

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Categories: bereavement, death, farewell, father,

Faith Healer
The miracle is restoring

Sometimes this means bringing back the dead,
Opening the eyes of the blind,
Restoring limbs,
and so on,
but these are just means to a Greater...

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Categories: death, addiction, allah, anger, beautiful,

Premium Member AntiPoem 36 Silent Mercies
AntiPoem 36
“Silent Mercies”

(Poet’s Instruction: Softly play in the background Mario Lanza singing
“Your Tiny Hand Is Frozen” from Puccini’s La Boheme, while reading this AntiPoem)


Look over...

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Categories: death, memory, suicide,

Grandfather, its time to go
Draw the shades and close your eyes,
shielded from the sun or rain.
Retreat into your own world and
drift away.  Listen to the silence
as  the...

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© Juli Freda  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, grandfather,

Premium Member There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, character, hope,

Precious Memories
Under the Mulberry Tree
Is where you would always be
While I climbed ever so higher
you would stand and wait for me

I never realized why that was

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Categories: death, grandfather, loss, memory,

Premium Member To Survive
Of all the crises required to survive,
Those involving finance may be the worst,
When one is faced with monetary loss,
Or with rapidly accumulating debt,
That cannot be...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, grandfather, loss, money,

The Night Nurse
The decision was to work at the Old Folks home
Working the night so he could be alone
Walking his rounds in the semi dark
And on the...

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Categories: death, remember, sorrow,

Inevitable demise courtesy grim reaper
Since advent of Homo sapiens
objection overruled against immortality
all across millenniums humans
generated, amplified, and

idly reverberated (Billy me) rebel yell,
when finality 'twixt consciousness
eternal existence doth die as...

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Categories: death, 11th grade, 12th grade,

I am daunted by the sight of death
I was thoughtlessly living my life,
Seeing my loved one's struggle I am at loss of words,
I am so scared of this evil knocking at my...

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Categories: death, courage, cry, depression, emotions,

Premium Member When A Sparrow Falls
I don’t know how many millions or billions
Of sparrows there are, but the Father does
How can he know when each sparrow falls?
He knows every detail...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bird, death, sorrow,

Premium Member Grandfather's Death
My grandfather committed suicide,
He was too unhappy to confide,
He dosed himself with arsenic to die:
He was found in his truck by the roadside.

My mother remembered...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, family, father, grandfather,

In the decent of October
with the early morning dew
came to the ground
was a wise old leaf

It's fall so silent that
only audible to the closet neighbour

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Categories: death, grandfather, october, remember,