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Grandchildren Family Poems

These Grandchildren Family poems are examples of Family poems about Grandchildren. These are the best examples of Family Grandchildren poems written by international poets.


Location Location Location
Here in this dead zone.
No cell phone reception
no WiFi,
grandchildren refuse
to come over.

Who knew when I bought
this house all those years ago,

It was in the ideal...

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© Mike Lef  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family,



Premium Member SMALL FAMILY PORTRAITS
When our children were young and our family small…say gathered around a birthday cake
with all those smiling faces in one place…our family portrait was easy...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family,

Premium Member Let It Be Written 3

“I thought about the former days, the years of long ago.” Psalms 77:5 NIV

If you saw something beautiful in a people, a place, a thing;
If...

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Categories: family,

Granddads
A mop of white hair
Over a young old face 
A pair of laughing eyes
Locked in a different place
As he tells his grandchildren
Tales of his youth
Each...

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Categories: family, grandfather, happiness,

Premium Member 40 YEARS OF SOCCER
I watched Ava’s soccer game the other day 
and amidst the excitement…the applause…the cheers
I realized I’ve been watching our children and grandchildren play soccer…for over...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, soccer,



Premium Member Memories and Ghosts
In the two days since my arrival, Granddad and I exchanged only a few predictable, cursory words.

“You sleep okay?” Granddad asked.

Although his silent house had...

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Categories: family, grandfather, memory, silence,

The Old House
I visited my grandparents today.
Their home has never changed
in all the years I’ve visited
since my life began.

The white ceiling is stained
in shades of orange and...

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Categories: family, grandparents, memory,

My Family Home
This house that was full of hustle bustle with 3 boys running everywhere,

And as well as 3 boys we had a lovely dog,
No central heating...

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© Mark West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: brother, childhood, emotions, family,

Premium Member How Many
It’s funny how a simple question…a group of words…when combined
can set off a flurry of activity within the recesses of your mind.

I was taste testing...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, life, love,

Premium Member Wildflowers
When it’s a handful of wildflower seeds you intend to sow…
you toss them in the garden…hoping to help and to watch them grow.

You lovingly tend...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, flower,

Children
I was a youngster once
A little lad was I 
I loved to play at cowboy stuff
As we all did -in days gone by

Kids today are...

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© Roy Garton  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blessing, child, family, grandparents,

Premium Member Parents Methods
Parents methods, a question asked
Mothers rule one, questions, answers forthcoming
Fathers think they are kings of the family domain
As said previously see rule one if ever...

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Categories: absence, family, father son,

Premium Member Leftovers
Here’s an often overlooked fact I’m sure many parents would concede:
The larger a family grows…and extends…the more Tupperware you need!

Yes, there’s an easy way to...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family,

Premium Member One Big Family
After discussing the meaning of family with some dear friends
this thought occurred to me…
and I smiled as I asked myself…”How big is my family?”

How big...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family,

Premium Member Revving Up Life
Revving Up Life

Half asleep by my window
watching swirling snow
outside - memories drift
like a slide show, pictures
of my youth so long ago,
almost as real to me...

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Categories: childhood, emotions, family, memory,