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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.

The Task
You and I, both knit and named
while in our mothers’ wombs,
were each given a life-long task
by He who beat the tomb.

And day-by-day we try our...

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Categories: christian, death, faith, funeral,

Place at table


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Categories: cancer, death,

Premium Member You Get This When I am Dead
You, my most favorite darling, get my grandfather clock said she.
When I am dead. Unapologetic, diabolical laugh.
You, sweetie pie, get my off-key piano stated easily.

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Categories: death,

Smokey Hugs
When I was young 
You would pull out a cigarette
And oh how that smoke stung
But you pulled me close when we had met 
And I...

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Categories: 12th grade, death, granddaughter,

Pepsi and Cigarettes
I remember Grandpa Bobby always had to have his Pepsi.
Twelve pack upon twelve pack.
He somehow manages to drink them all.
He needed to cut back,
But I'm...

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Categories: death, grandfather, lost, sick,

Spending the Night in a Temple
Spending the Night in a Temple

The ice rains hard upon the temple walls
As the fires within keep the visitors warm
The 2 brothers deep in a...

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Categories: death, friendship love, happiness,

Distant Tremors
Earlier this year an earthquake happened.
It was either during the late night or sunless morning.
The shaking of the earth woke me from slumber.
Only my mother...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, death, emotions,

Maia 2018
Maia, you're a big girl now,
I miss our hide and seek,
I miss our summer bike rides,
Your life has just begun
While my life's about to end,

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© Ed Farolan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, goodbye, granddaughter, grandfather,

The poem of jovial death
My Death might be some beautiful evening of 8th January , 2018 whence I will have heart brimming of contentment and a tummy brimming of...

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Categories: death, grandfather,

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

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Categories: death, absence, africa, black love,

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

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Categories: dark, death, deep, grandfather,

RIP Grandmother
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 Member Grandads leather belt
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

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,

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...


But Loved...

My Spirit...

Climbs With Him...

Towards The Heavens...


Earth's Clouds...


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Categories: death, family, goodbye, grandfather,

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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
Images living through...

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Categories: death, destiny, dream,

Premium Member Grandma still calls your name
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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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, grandfather, grandson,

Virtuous Star
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


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© Steve Sant  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, england,

The red wheelbarrow
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
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,