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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.


Premium Member UNCLE DUBBY
UNCLE DUBBY

I’ll tell you who Uncle Dubby is
The true backbone of our family
The root of where it all began
The beginning of our family tree
First with...

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Categories: christian, death, family, feelings,



Premium Member WITH MY HAND ON MY HEART-MYSTIC
WITH MY HAND ON MY HEART-MYSTIC

With my hand on my heart, I vow
to you Lord with gratitude and how
I reach this milestone of my life...

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Categories: appreciation, birthday, celebration, family,

Premium Member Family
One is a bit older, the other much younger,
My brothers.  I see them seldom
As we live so far apart now.
Actually, when we were young...

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Categories: absence, age, family, memory,

Premium Member DREAM HOUSE REVISITED
While looking through an old picture album the other day (Yes! Picture albums still exist) nestled in the seams of one page…we found this old...

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

Premium Member MORE THAN JUST A CABIN
It’s just a cabin in the mountains Deborah’s parents built over 30 years ago
It’s seen its share of spring flowers, summer rains, autumn leaves and...

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



Premium Member WHEN THE TV GOES TO SLEEP
When our TV goes to sleep we have this app that immediately awakens…it links to all our photographs…every photograph we’ve ever taken.

The photographs appear for...

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

Premium Member ONE BIG FAMILY
How big is your family?   A simple question I was asked the other day…
but the questioner seemed confused when I did not answer...

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

Premium Member SHATTERPROOF
I loved the times when our family was young…everyone under the same roof…
I felt we were invincible…indestructible…I felt we were shatterproof.

That feeling is often tested...

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

Premium Member COUNTING BLESSINGS
I was counting my blessings the other day…marveling at how far those blessings extend as we ate dinner out one night with family…and the next...

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

Premium Member MOTHERS DAY
Mothers Day

As we gather to honor our mothers
grandchildren, sisters, and brothers
we share a last name
so it seems a shame
that none of us looks like the...

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Categories: family, humor,

A World Meant to Grow
My great-grandfather was a farmer,
He yielded crops by the harvest moon
When spring came to bloom 
He had a son, 
My grandfather was a military-man
He disappeared...

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Categories: change, culture, environment, family,

Premium Member Which One is More Ridiculous
Social Grace-less Gladys is right in my face.
I am glad to be wearing a mask because she usually spits in my mouth
As she talks,
She has...

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Categories: family, grandmother,

Premium Member Fashion in My Family
My grandparents lived on farms – both sides of my family.
My mother’s parents and my father’s parents.
Overalls and button down shirts with pockets
Work boots for...

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Categories: family, fashion,

Words From An Egocentric Bighead
My wife said: You are the epitome of charisma, Ray.
I said: Yep, but they said that about Hitler, darli g.
She said: Yes, but not his...

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© Ray Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family,

Premium Member CHERISH IS THE WORD
        CHERISH IS THE WORD 

I cherish those sweet, bitter memories
of yesterday that became my life’s stories
I relish...

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Categories: appreciation, family, friend, memory,