Grandson Prose Poetry Poems
These Grandson Prose Poetry poems are examples of Prose Poetry poems about Grandson. These are the best examples of Prose Poetry Grandson poems written by international poets.
Twelve and Kind-Hearted Categories: grandchild, grandmother, grandson,
He is twelve and kind-hearted.
I agree to try another video game because I love him.
He keeps giving me glowing reviews.
“You are doing well, grandma!”
That last dusk Categories: beautiful, cry, dedication, deep,
The sun was beginning to touch the sea,
The distance of the day,had started to cease.
His eyes shone in the orange light,
Tears in his eyes made...
Warrior Wombs Categories: abortion, heartbreak, loss, mother,
(for Sandy and the loss of our first grandson)
By Joyce Teed
Has an untold story
Wounds with no words
The rainy season Categories: poems, rain,
Title of the poem: The rainy season
Poet: Mrs. Anjali Denandi(MOM)
Oh! The little-girl! Dear! No tear!
I shall gift you, the teddy-bear.
The teen-ager! Hey!...
Stargazing Categories: family, father, fathers day,
I'm looking at this lil fella and thinking "reset." He's inquisitive cause his eyes are asking what is this place and who are these people?...
7 Months of Touch Hunger Categories: assonance, daughter, devotion, grandchild,
My grandson fingers his brain
He sings and listens to it but mainly clings
He prods and jabs it
His thoughts are drawn to where he is pointing
Missing the Man in the Hat Categories: anniversary, brother, dad, father,
It was early one morning, when you arrived..
You entered the restaurant and I noticed your stride..
Your manner of dress was quite elegant.. and ..
A Cry From Kabul Categories: death, sad, war, Grandson,
(Written During The American Attacks On Afghanistan From The Arabian Sea)
O! The heartless callous warriors,
The children of the crowning age,
You do not...
The Demon Categories: family, life, philosophymen, love,
When men were more primal, they were suspicious of all outside their clan,
they would band together for survival, still today suspecting won't give way...