Grandmother Poetry Poems

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


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: poetry, 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: poetry, childhood, family, grandmother, joy,



The Hitch Hiker by Catelyn Meeker
The Hitch Hiker 

There was once a man on the side of the road, hair as white as December snow. He stuck his thumb out...

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Categories: poetry, deep, humanity, lonely, lost,

Dream Series: Naughty Grandmas XXX by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Last night I dreamed Rhonda and I were so desperate for income that we either started or were hired by a grandma sex hotline.

I don't...

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Categories: poetry, age, dream, funny, grandmother,

Premium MemberSHE WAS FAITHFUL by Vicki Acquah
She Was Faithful

All she learned about was
what she thought you wanted
Was tried and applied.
Even yet, you wanted her to
change direction, and to question…
As to know...

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Categories: poetry, emotions, faith, grandmother, grandparents,

Baby Girl by Ibrahim Bashiru
Your smile is my ray of hope 
The light at the end of my tunnel 
The rainbow on my cloudy day 
Your smile my daughter...

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Categories: poetry, baby, daughter, father daughter,

Premium MemberIn PostTrumpian Times by Gerald Dillenbeck
Once upon a time
Earth was formed
by Yang light radiance
and Yin moonlight flow of tidal grace.

From Her Eastern hemisphere tidal waves
and deep ocean rivers,
prevailing winds and...

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Categories: poetry, culture, health, history, humor,

Thanks GRANDMA by REETIKA RAKESHAM
I don't know when it happened.
I don't know when she came,
But she's the one I always knew,
Grandma was her name.

She taught me how to tie...

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Categories: poetry, care, childhood, cute love,

To all the grandma's by Jeremy Smith
Some live life relentless and chaotically, 
while others are more slowed down and care free.

One thing most people have in common is Grandma's cooking,
when I...

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Categories: poetry, food, grandmother, how i

Summer '72 by Jess Sknker
There was an oak tree in the front yard,
and my baseball in the gutter,
there was a cookie jar full of cookies,
made with Crisco, never butter.

There...

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Categories: poetry, grandmother, memory, mental illness,

Premium MemberListening for FireStorms by Gerald Dillenbeck
Always respect this combination of fire and wind,
she tentatively said,
after having listened for healthy and pathological winds
regenerating and degenerating,
investing in and divesting of,
yeasty flames of...

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Categories: poetry, absence, blessing, happiness, health,

There's a Fly in My Poetry Soup by Dialectic Crisis
...Have another free joke:
One that isn't good enough 
For my personal collection...

Q: "How many Polacks does it take to tie my shoes?

A: "What! Jingoist Scum!"...

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Categories: poetry, silly, surreal, work,

A Day Well Finished by Darlene Smith
A Day Well Finished 

At the closing of the day:
As the shadows fade from light.
I pause for a moment to pray;
Before welcoming in the night.

Sage...

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Categories: poetry, moon, native american, night,

Premium MemberSouth Bronx by Robert Ronnow
While I'm reading a poem about it on the previous page
the girls come over to visit their boyfriends and dance
in high shoes and perfume. Their...

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Categories: poetry, city, dance, jobs, money,

Childhood by Anthony Clifford
Thinking of the old days, the people and places. There are so many memories, there are so many faces. There were hard times a plenty...

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Categories: cousin, grandmother, love, poetry,

Premium MemberThe Whips Of History - 4 by Justin Bordner
Injustice is just an inconvenience until it is proven...
When the sun hit their helmets it startled the very souls of the natives
a signal upon their...

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Categories: history, passion, poetry,

A Three-Year Old Teaches Joy by Hillard Sarver
A Three-Year Old Teaches Joy

The singers start their festive, upbeat song, words ringing out.
	Their jubilant voices fall upon my restless waiting ears.
Hearing her grandmother's voice...

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Categories: poetry, blessing, childhood, feelings, grandchild,

A Child's Journey into Poetry Soup by DM Babbit
There was once a child much like any other. No mother, no father, just a loving grandmother. An only child, lost to imaginary friends and...

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Categories: poetry, appreciation, child, courage, growth,

Premium MemberEach and Every Earth Day by Gerald Dillenbeck
If, 
in the NorthWestern Hemisphere,
each Earth Day's EgoCenter
includes a Bicycle Warrior for True EcoLogic,

If,
in South and Eastern Hemispheres,
each Earth Day and Full GrandMother Moon
Allah-Brahman Night...

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Categories: poetry, creation, culture, earth, earth

Premium MemberEarth's Final Answer by Gerald Dillenbeck
A society
culture
religion
humane species
forgetting,
or more likely under-valuing,
how to regeneratively suffer loss
may never have learned to face our universal fear of death
as a badge of permaculturing respect,
dignity...

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Categories: poetry, beauty, earth day, health,