Grandfather Narrative Poems

These Grandfather Narrative poems are examples of Narrative poems about Grandfather. These are the best examples of Narrative Grandfather poems written by international poets.


The Forest by Rebecca Frank
As I entered the forest 
My feet gained an uncanny rhythm
Crunching below the surface of a hundred years
The snow intermittently tracing the way

It was a...

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Categories: appreciation, deep, devotion, family,

Premium Memberjourney on the rocks by doug pederson
Journey on the rocks

Allegheny rail train has been rolling along since dawn.
I can hear the patchy sounds of the horn ushered by the wind.
Sounds at...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, motivation, ,



What A Soul Goes For, Part II by David Welch
Endicott found her earl the next morn
and took her to get her checked by a doc.
Things seemed okay, until the next day
when she full under...

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Categories: evil, faith, fate, god,

Premium MemberSgt Shultz Defense by Freddie Robinson Jr.
He knew how to keep his job:
Follow orders,
speak to superiors only when spoken to
And always give a subservient nod
His grandfather taught his father,
and his father...

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Categories: humorous, patriotic, soldier, war,

GHOSTS WE NO LONGER HAUNT by Mia Pratt
Once in a dream 
I attended a funeral service
at this particular church
of an unnamed family member 
just before the bell rang 
for the service to...

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Categories: death, funeral, heaven, sad

Happiness and Racism by Bernard Barclay
Mark Scott-Crossley 
and Simon Mathebula
Tied up Nelson Chisale
and beat him with machetes

dumping him in
with white lions
Africa Learned 
to hate the Whites

Yet this is only
one white...

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Categories: anti bullying, evil, prejudice,

Premium MemberEverything In Life Is Circular by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
My culture has been taken away,
I am a result of the government;
my hair dark and long
sometimes I wear it in braids,
I am of an era...

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Categories: native american,

Premium MemberInterpreting Visitations by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
Many baffled on what to think?
As they probed these strange dabs of ink
Some wandered in n' left scratching their head
Others dismissed quickly n' moved on...

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Categories: dream, writing,

Premium MemberVINTAGE BOOKS by nette onclaud


My Grandpa was inimitable… uncommon.
He could make a story out of a passing wind
and have me crying, giggling like an imp--
this God-given knack could spin...

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Categories: books, grandfather,

Premium MemberTreasure Map by Teddy Kimathi
Once upon a time there lived a very curious
boy called Simon. He was the grandson
of Sir Walcott, a great explorer. 

Sir Walcott had traveled to...

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Categories: adventure, child, happiness, inspirational,

Grandfather Clock by curtis johnson
By Curtis Johnson

In May of ‘63, daddy’s demise came early when he was only 58, leaving mama widowed at 35 with eleven minor children. Essentially...

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Categories: blessing, dad, family, father,

My Brother's Dissapearence by Caleb Thompson
I was year 3 at Riveroaks School. I was doing my spelling words with my Mum. Nana was over from Tokyo for a holiday, she...

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Categories: childhood, children, confusion, grandfather,

Still Whispers Her Name by Crow thepoet
Pain, my enemy and my closest friend
please I beg of you, spare me your presence this day
Please
I'm tired and lost the will to fight you...

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Categories: heartbreak,

My Dad by Lin Lane
What makes a child feel closer to one parent rather than to the other?
           Although...

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Categories: dad, daughter, love,

Electric Mosquito Bat by KENG CHUAN SENG
Electric Mosquito Bat

Reached out for my windbreaker jacket, lifted it off its peg…
Slipped my left hand into the left sleeve to be followed by my...

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Categories: adventure, confusion, fantasy, funny,

Rechargeable Electric Mosquito Bat by KENG CHUAN SENG
Rechargeable Electric Mosquito Bat

Ho, ho,ho..!  

What a joyous Christmas season it is gonna be…
This little gift my favourite little gal has just bought me…
Tore...

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Categories: christmas, confusion, desire, grandfather,

Root by john chizoba vincent

Ogbuefi my great, great grandfather begat
Ifegwu, my great grand father and Pa Ifegwu
Begat Agwo, my grandfather whose sword slain many at the battle of the...

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Categories: art, prejudice, endurance,

Heaven by Anoucheka Gangabissoon
How lovely indeed
Do you see the white light
I asked my friend, I have forgotten his name
He answered not
I turned my head and searched for him
He...

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Categories: fantasy, heaven, paradise,

O What A Night by curtis johnson
O What A Night


My name is Benny, and I was one of those shepherds who were watching over the sheep the night that Jesus was...

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Categories: angel, bible, childhood, christian,

Premium MemberFour, Gone, Conclusion by John Hamilton
Three children and their grandfather died yesterday,
They died all together in a most tragic way.
Moments earlier, they were happily driving down that country road,
When you...

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Categories: anger, bereavement, children, death,