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Grandma Missing Poems

These Grandma Missing poems are examples of Missing poems about Grandma. These are the best examples of Missing Grandma poems written by international poets.


Premium Member My grandad
One day you dropped down dead,
Your heart stopped,
Dad says " you were the apple of his eye",
I wish I had known you,
My grandad,

Grandma never remarried,
You...

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Categories: missing, death, family, feelings, granddaughter,



Missing Those Days
Into my childhood, a little sweet memory
When summer vacations used to be fun
Impatient at last exam day
Thrilled, overjoyed to go
To meet grandma and grandpa at...

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Categories: missing, childhood, memory,

Premium Member Decaying Friendships

Friendships that go bad    
Some even must decay  
I am still missing you   
I sit alone on the bay....

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Categories: missing, farewell, friendship, heartbreak, lonely,

LETTER TO MAMA
*LETTER TO  MAMA*

Iye omo to r'ewa 
Iya ni iya mi owon
I know you wonder if your  prayers don't ascend to heavens
You keep asking...

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Categories: home, journey, missing you,

Premium Member a small room
What a small room - my finger traces dust across the plain table.
What did Grandma DO here? I glance around for electrical sockets - none...

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Categories: missing, family, grandmother, growing up,



Premium Member Magic Blooms
Magic Blooms
of paint and paper...

You are still here. 
I know it, 
and feel it all the time. 
Today, 
I see it clearly. 
A small card,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, angel, depression, first love,

Premium Member Empty Vase
Empty Vase

We just met, 
and I know we are best friends. 
You will have to believe me, 
I don't have the strength or will to...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, addiction, angel, appreciation, death

Premium Member First Impressions
First Impressions
lasting thoughts...

Do you drink, do you smoke, 
do you toke, are you broke? 
What is important to ask, 
but more important to know. 

Did...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, marriage, mentor, miss you,

Premium Member Are You Out There
Are You Out There

I pray every day of my life. 
Sometimes I am quiet,
and reverent. 
Most times I smile,
and laugh, 
as I tell Him secrets,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, abuse, america, depression, drug,

Premium Member Missing Flowers
Missing Flowers

There are no blooms on the table. 
Nothing in the vase by the window. 
Empty water, 
in the one near the door. 

Outside in...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, absence, daughter, drug, feelings,

Premium Member Judging Others
Judging Others…
whimsical law?

It is a kangaroo court, 
and the clowns have just arrived. 
Dressed in suits and ties, 
eating pies.

They think they know best, 
they...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, betrayal, confidence, gender, leadership,

Premium Member Keeping Still
Keeping Still

The fire has burned low my love. 
I dare not move to fix it. 
You have fallen asleep against my chest.
I feel you breathing.
I...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, christmas, happiness, heaven, longing,

Premium Member The Drop
The Drop

I put tissue in my purse.
Lens cleaners for glasses,
a half handful of suckers.
a kid’s book, colors and even…
a doll,  and small train set.

I...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, adventure, appreciation, atheist, drug,

Premium Member Lurking Darkness
Lurking Darkness

Sleep now my love, 
you have earned a great rest. 
It has been hard on you.
It has been hard on us. 
There is still...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, anti bullying, hope, how

Do you see me or at least hear me
Can you see me or at least hear me he’s gotten so big I wish you got to meet him you would have loved him...

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© For True  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: missing, death, emotions, love, miss