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Grandchildren Poems - Poems about Grandchildren

Grandchildren Poems - Examples of all types of poems about grandchildren to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for grandchildren.
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 40 years. The rul......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, family, soccer,
Form: Rhyme

... I am a creature of habit…which fundamentally means… I find comfort in the way my life follows certain customs and routines. At the same time I am not averse to change…which fundamentally means…......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, magic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member GrandChildren
...I love you so much, I see you for a while You climb in my heart I feel pain every time I Leave you Your lovely smile, your laughter Always brings me alive You growing and learning I watch ever......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, blessing, granddaughter, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Grateful for Everything
...This year I am grateful for health You do not appreciate it until you lose it Which I did for a couple of weeks Thank you lower respiratory infection For allowing me the empathy to be grateful fo......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, thanksgiving,
Form: Narrative
... Years ago I wrote a poem in appreciation of Dad Jokes… being a Dad and a PopPop it’s something I do on my family’s behalf… It’s one way to teach my children and grandchildren how to have fun how......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, humor,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Appalachian Homecoming
...You were born here, Blue Ridge foothills, spirits of Cherokee in Appalachia's olden heart and veins. Scots-Irish influence of beloved bluegrass, moonshine of the drinking kind. Your parents......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member THEIR AND
... It’d been years since Grandma died and our family was totally engrossed in a conversation remembering her…and the things we missed the most. Her smile was mentioned often…her laughter…how she......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member an alternate reality
... Sadly, I was never blessed with having children. About 30 years ago I dreamed that my husband (now late husband) and I had twin girls, red-haired girls (my husband had red hair). Those girls were s......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, dream, universe,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member How Can You Live in Air
...Fish floats into the cosmos But what are you doing out of water? She gives me a dull big open-mouthed look. Seriously, how can you be living in air? The fish does not reply. She must be relate......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Christmas Without You Once More
...bleak Christmas is nearing, bells are ringing, young carolers singing from door to door yule joyful hymns in moonlit crisp air night a nascent dawn with anxious laughter sounds there a t......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, miss you,
Form: Tetractys
... Now that I’ve reached the age in my life…when my sun is beginning to set I’m often surprised at how my once keen and clever mind finds it so easy to forget. I think back to a time when I rememb......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member On the Banks of the Potomac
...We were accustomed to being in the military living in the barracks, having inspections and following the rules. Yet, at summer's zenith, my sweetheart and I and our two friends left behind the Ft.......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, 8th grade, 9th grade,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Story of the Crystal Cave
...Deep in the middle of the backyard said my Auntie May There is a crystal cave, placed way down, under the clay Almost no relative of ours knows that it is there If you ever find it, there is a st......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, 10th grade, 4th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Caloric Conundrum
...The cheesecake in the bakery I want to devour, dag-gone my crumbling willpower! It's cherry topping so high, makes me want to cry. I walk on past the candy aisle, and gaze at the cereal shelves ......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, funny, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Revisiting the Rock
...I have always felt myself extremely blessed to have found myself a wife who believes very little is needed to make a happy life. Before you think she doesn’t mean it, that it’s just idle talk sh......Read More
Categories: grandchildren, life, love,
Form: Rhyme

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