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Grandmother Family Poems

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


Missing Kristen by Wanda Daugherty
Missing Kristen

Bright blue eyes that sparkle;
And gentle chestnut curls.
She dances through my heart strings;
My skinny baby girl.

So proud to be her Grandma;
Even though I'm kind...

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Categories: family, absence, grandchild, granddaughter, grandmother,

Death's Destiny Of Doom by curtis johnson

Depriving me of the guidance I needed to grow up,               ...

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Categories: christian, death, family,



The Trapper and The Brave, Part II by David Welch
He shrugged and said,”If you’ve no home
I guess you could stay for a while.
But you will have to learn the traps,
and that means many cold...

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Categories: adventure, family, friendship, grandfather,

Premium MemberMAKING GRANDMA HAPPY by Jim Yerman
After we’d finished dinner at Grandma’s table one night
she looked about to cry
but a smile slowly crossed her face as a tear dropped from her...

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Categories: family, grandmother, love,

Gone by Tiffany Horton
She was here
And then she wasn't
But it wasn't until she left
That it hit

The emptiness
Filling
Consuming
Everything
With her absence

But it would be selfish
To whisk her back here
To send...

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Categories: absence, cancer, family, grandmother,

Bone Chyna by Brianna Hobson
The collection of bone china
Stared up at her with eyes so cold and porcelain
A living dead effigy of her late grandmother
White as sawed bone and...

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Categories: family, age, beauty, class, depression,

Premium MemberKid's Table by Greg Gaul
Laying my head back, eyes closing,
reminiscing, the years falling away into decades ago
to the 1950s at my grandparent's grand home
for Christmas.

It was a gracious dining...

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Categories: christmas, cousin, family, friend,

A Tweak From Grandma by M. L. Kiser
An old fountain pen; restored to its former glory.

Parchment awaits its clothing of poetry; my grandmothers words appear; not mine.

Another ancestral visit; she’s tweaking me....

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Categories: appreciation, family, grandmother, grandparents,

Premium MemberCAPTURE A MEMORY by Jim Yerman
She often wondered why her grandma stopped so often on their walks
stopped…
looked all around…
then smiled
Why her face would suddenly brighten 
with the innocence of a...

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Categories: family, grandmother, memory,

Grandma by Twig Clark
Please don't kiss Grandma
With your wrinkled worn out skin
Your breath like stinking ashtrays
With an undertone of gin.

I really love you Grandma,
But when it's time to...

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Categories: childhood, family, funny, grandmother,

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,

Granny's Recipes by Kay Roberts
From fruit scones, to meat pie,
Apple crumble and coffee cake,
Sunday tea was amazing,
Because, my Granny sure could bake.
Secret ingredients, she wouldn't divulge,
Passed down from years...

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Categories: birthday, childhood, family, food,

Two sides of death by Alexander Seal
Death was dreaded. 
Rehearsed. 
Experienced. 
Dreaded more. 

Being told, 
Silence. 
Empty. 
Frozen. 

Death. 
The day arrived. 
Surreal. 
Nothing. 

The bond was broken, 
The memories ended,...

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Categories: care, death, eulogy, family,

Let It Be Written by curtis johnson
If you saw something beautiful in a people, a place, a thing;
If you heard about something  captivating and fantastic;
If you felt something soothing and...

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Categories: blessing, children, christian, family,

Premium MemberMy grandfather's rose bush by John Castellenas
     Grandfather's rose bushes


My grandfather loved his roses. He would care for them and ensure they survived the Winter. He was...

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Categories: england, family, grandfather, tribute,

Grandma's Kitchen by Aaliyah Salia
Yellow cabinets, like sunflowers are planted on top of floral walls,
the sink is clean; the lemon scent still lingering in the corners, 
the cooker whistles,...

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Categories: childhood, family, grandmother, joy,

Premium MemberStories of the Gristmill by Dear Heart
My grandmother sure liked a good story,
so did her mother, and her mother Flori;
    who settled in New France,
   ...

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Categories: family, history, nostalgia,

Premium MemberLife Goes Around by Caren Krutsinger
The baby wears diapers
A 3-year-old thinks they are funny
A frustrated potty-training mommy
A grandmother laughs

The baby grows up
She is driving a car
The parents are not ready
The...

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Categories: family, life,

My Lillie by Marcy Paulk Bonnette
My "Lillie"

The garden is overgrown
The blooms are growing wild
They are missing the sweet lady
I remember as a child

She would lovingly water
Each and every stem
As she...

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Categories: family, flower, garden, grandmother,

Heaven sent Angels by Melissa Tracy
One of a kind angels on Earth would wrap us in their wings
The kind of heavenly love only a mother could bring
Perseveres through the seasons...

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Categories: family, mothers day,