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Grandson Poems

Grandson Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about grandsons. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for grandson.

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On the Side of the Road
A car's pulled over on the road 
And hidden by the door,
A child lets out an urgent stream
Within the traffic's roar.

The parent gets him back inside,
Their motions chop-chop-chop, 
The passersby relieved to have
Avoided such a stop.

We've done this for our...Read More
Categories: grandson, car, child,
Form: Rhyme



Scooter
We scootered to first grade today,
Passing buses and cars on the way.
With no sidewalks to ride on
My grandson relied on
My guidance so safe he would stay.

By the curb's where he needed to be
Which, of course, would have pacified me
But somehow...Read More
Categories: grandson,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Heart Fast
"i carry your heart with me (i carry it in
my heart) i am never without it (anywhere
i go, you go". 

e. e. cummings.

A little boy has crept into my heart,
And in its depths he will always remain,
For how could I...Read More
Categories: grandson, age, blue, child, fish, love, mother,
Form: Hybronnet
Premium Member His Name is Jack
He has been attached to me since he was a baby
And I became his every day caregiver, loving him like a son
Not a grandson.

His amber eyes watching my face for cues as to 
how fascinated I was, or how silly...Read More
Categories: grandson, grandchild,
Form: Free verse
Crop Dusting
I never knew this is what it was called until it
Happened to me
In public.
At first it was traumatic
As it came out bellowing like a banshee
And the aromatic bouquet wasn't flowering it 
Was a catastrophe.
Rotten egg smell is atomic!
I never knew...Read More
Categories: grandson, adventure, betrayal, confusion, education, growth, humorous, innocence,
Form: Roundel



Premium Member SUNDAY MORN
quiet Sunday morn,
up at my usual time —
it’s one hour early.
grandson and husband sleeping
i read and write in silence.

i’ve hardly looked up —
no hesitation breathing.
yes, God’s good that way.
my heart palpitates
in caffeinated language.

the poetic muse
with socks and mismatched pjs —
washbasin...Read More
Categories: grandson, morning, muse, peace, silence,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A LEAF WITH A WINDOW TO THE PAST CT
A LEAF WITH A WINDOW TO THE PAST


After lunch, I took a leisurely walk.
I came across a giant leaf, that
whispered, as only a leaf can do,
" Pick me up gently and take me 
 home with you!"

I did precisly as he...Read More
Categories: grandson, dance, farewell, grandfather, imagery, love, memory,
Form: Dramatic Verse
tricked of treats
halloween in
i mean in
western

pennsylvania
before there
was non

existent climate
change where
before now 

my eyes
yes suddenly
predictably on

my grandson stopped
about how hot
it was under

his costume so
i continued to
pull off his

face mask so
he could
relax

catch his breath
before his next
trick but they

always obligingly
went for the
treat of

some sticky stuff
or...Read More
Categories: grandson, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Garden at Grandma's
The Garden at Grandma’s

The house is quiet, the chores are all done. 
We have gathered in the place out back. 
There is pit for a small fire, a place to sit around. 
Chairs of various sizes, arranged not by size,...Read More
Categories: angel, cute, grandson, hope, i love you,
Form: Narrative
a Dream Catcher that works
No other ones worked...
no matter where he kept them;
nightmares continued! :(

Couldn't forget Vietnam --
couldn't get over the war --
traumatized, angry! :(

Grandpa talked and talked...
Paul listened (or, let him talk);
that's all he needed! :)

This dream catcher works...
holds memories, lets out peace;
through...Read More
Categories: dream, emotions, grandfather, grandson, memory, peace, war,
Form: Haiku
At the Pediatrician's
Unexpected sickness;
Kids were home from school.
Took them to the doctor;
That’s the current rule.

Crayons in the waiting room;
Coloring and calm.
Cartoons in the background
Acting like a toddler balm.

Called into the office;
Temps and check the ears.
Waiting for the shoe to drop –
Hysteria and...Read More
Categories: granddaughter, grandson, sick,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Shift
The Shift 
(Shifty)

The man is evil. 
You know who I am talking about. 
He has put America, under the bus. 
He is using our money, to take down… us. 
How is that okay?

The world has changed. 
People in control that...Read More
Categories: grandson, image, my children, political, sorry, soulmate,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Crown Of Aging PM2
His beautiful grandchildren  ~  bountiful, sweet diadem of old age.

10/17/19

“Children’s children are the crown of old men; and the glory of children are their fathers.” Proverbs 17:6
...Read More
Categories: bible, blessing, granddaughter, grandfather, grandparents, grandson,
Form: Monoku
Mollycoddle
 
Act of treating someone in a pampered manner 

GandMa’s darling grandson finds it hard and very difficult
to participate with the team to solely handle instrument
Don't criticize her for supporting, helping
from unpleasant experiences protecting
her grandson but he needs to grow;...Read More
Categories: grandson, innocence,
Form: Limerick
The observing chair
When I was young we never had a naughty chair,
But we were invited to sit on a chair,
And we usually took up the option to sit on that chair,
Or should I say a chair ,
Because it was really the nearest...Read More
Categories: grandson, age, analogy, art, birth, character, childhood, confidence,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Happy Birthday Dear Husband
As I sit here with our grandson 

and gaze upon your headstone, hon, 

I lay a bouquet of white and pink roses

for your birthday, now calm, my heart reposes. 


Happy Birthday my dear husband, 

father,

and

grandfather. 

We love and miss you.


Wish...Read More
Categories: grandson, grandchild, happy birthday, husband,
Form: Free verse
Leave-taking
We’d said goodbye, were at the door
When my favorite little boy
Came running with just one last hug,
The kind I most enjoy.

“You can’t leave, Nana. I won’t let you!”
Clinging to me, tight.
I’m sure he knew I couldn’t stay
But hoped with all...Read More
Categories: grandson,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Annoyed today
Annoyed today
Angry sad
Rash covering me from head to knees
Itching like crazy
Feel betrayed by body and God
Feel everyone is out to get me
Have to get on scales 
Feeling worse every second
Feeling sorry for myself
For ten hours
Meet night nurse
Her story is a...Read More
Categories: grandson, anxiety, feelings,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pool At Grandmas
Pool
Happy
At grandma’s
Squeals and joy
Run to see new dog
Charlie not there
twenty-one months pure
Sadly has drowned
Hatred now
Toward the
Pool
...Read More
Categories: grandparents, grandson,
Form: Ninette
Premium Member Bowl of Soup for a Stranger
Just another bowl of soup
      a piece of buttered bread,
a seat at the table with background talk on cable,
      family talk to cloud my head;
Mary's getting married and Mike is...Read More
Categories: grandson, appreciation,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member BAKED CORN
      BAKED CORN
                                ...Read More
Categories: grandson, 8th grade, appreciation, grandchild, grandmother,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member THE BALLAD OF CARLIN 2Fingers Mad Hatter Williams
THE BALLAD OF CARLIN  2Fingers Mad Hatter Williams

Oh, allow me;
To tell you a story;
Bout a little toddler named;
Carlin Williams;
He’s a boy;
Carshra and Nathaniel's joy;
Some call him
2fingers Hat Matters;
Why you ask;
Cuz, he’s got more hats, than the Mad Hatter;
And if...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, bullying, grandson, hero, parody,
Form: Heroic Couplets
Premium Member GRANDSON-GRANDMA COLLABORATION

My Love for Dogs

Dogs cute and fluffy!
Of all shapes and sizes, 
some look so puffy.

Some dogs' hair is scruffy.
Comb them, please and make
them sightly!

Grandma and I wrote this poem
together.
A familial treasure, beyond any
measure!

(Written by Panagiota and her
grandson, Eddie)



Short Bio~*
Eddie is...Read More
Categories: 7th grade, creation, grandmother, grandson, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
No Magic Here
“Grandpa when are you ‘gunna’ turn into a frog?”
Me grandson said as I brushed him away;
‘Turn into a frog! That flamin’ kid’s on the grog!’  
“Go on! You get outside and play!”

Then I went to the fridge and brought...Read More
Categories: grandson, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Once Upon a Grandson
I often think of our youngest grandchild who is now 12.
There were times his bad behavior was very hard to tell.
Our souls wept over his disruptive ways at his school.
Everyone was at a loss, having utilized various tools.

I wish that...Read More
Categories: grandson, children, christian, family, love, prayer,
Form: Rhyme