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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 MAN by Sibusisiwe Ncede
Is a man that was robbed of his life
Is a man that was robbed of his wealth
Is a man that was robbed of his wisdom
Is...

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Categories: death, absence, africa, black love,

The home that once was by Kumkum Sharma
When that old tree fell on the ground, 
along fell the buds and the pretty flowers 
all that was green and glooming,
everything that the roots...

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Categories: dark, death, deep, grandfather,



RIP Grandmother by Matt Forshay
She looks so frail and fragile.
Really she’s barely alive.
Ninety six years old and she still gives death a battle.
It makes me admire her never ending...

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Categories: anxiety, death, deep, family,

Premium MemberGrandads leather belt by Tom Cunningham
My Grandad wore his leather belt with pride 
Lions head buckle he polished till it shone
Always said I could have it when he died
His death...

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Categories: beach, death, grandfather, world

LoYaL by Nicholas Beddoo
Here in the coffin my grandfather lies
Through muffled breaths I release my cries
Though inside my heart he never truly dies
I requested a song from the...

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Categories: death, grandfather, miss you,

Premium MemberNEVER FAR FROM HOME by Vickie Thayer
You Shall Find...

My Spirit...

Flying On...

The Wings Of...

A Beautiful Dove...

It Has Found Me...

In This Life...

Many Times...

I Shall...

Ride With Him...

Alone...

But Loved...

My Spirit...

Climbs With Him...

Towards The Heavens...

Beyond...

Earth's Clouds...

Moon...

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Categories: death, family, goodbye, grandfather,

Premium MemberDreamers of Dreams-a 360 Double Helix Reversible by Winged Warrior
Dreamers of Dreams

Incongruous realities of microcosmic minds
Torturous awakenings in lives raging reminds
Dormant and deceived are rapid eyes moving
Absorbent are neurons firing fluidly brewing
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Images living through...

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Categories: death, destiny, dream,

Premium MemberGrandma still calls your name by Silent One
I will always remember those uneven paths,
which led me to you - 
sorrowful reminder of promises I could not keep.
All you wanted was to sit...

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Categories: death, grandfather, grandson,

Virtuous Star by Steve Sant
The broken feeling you learn it young
You must for it's certainty true
No hysterical fits just stiff upper lips
We are British and that's what we do

So...

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Categories: death, england,

The red wheelbarrow by Wendy Watson
The old red wheelbarrow is still standing there
right next to my Grandfather’s fixed rocking chair.
Though neither has moved in a good many years
their presence revives...

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Categories: death, grandparents, happiness, memory,

Dear Grandpa by SCHYLAR ROSE
Dear grandpa, I know you still sad and heart broken,
But these words is my appreciation token
You loved me in your own special way, 
I know...

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Categories: death, christian, granddaughter, grandfather,

My goodbye by Chelci Biggs
I didnt get the chance to say goodbye.
To tell you how i feel and all reasons why.
Theres no excuse for not visiting you more.
Now its...

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Categories: death, dream, grandfather,

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,

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,