Grandmother Verse Poems

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


Premium MemberThe Best of the Best by Caren Krutsinger
It was the most exciting time;
 it was the best of the best, 
the days I spent with my baby's baby.

Yes, I had a new...

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Categories: verse, grandchild, granddaughter, grandfather, grandmother,

The Boardwalk And The Blue Fairy by Mike Gentile
The sugar sweet balm of salt water taffy
      graced the breeze.
While savoring deep breaths of this seaside confection,
  ...

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Categories: verse, beach, childhood, fairy, grandmother,



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: verse, deep, humanity, lonely, lost,

You were there by Chantelle Smith
Before I drew my first breath
you were there
Before I took my first step
you were there
Before I said my first words
you were there

You chose to have...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, daughter, for her,

The woman tight to my heart by Thabang coleen
The feeling to write about her I couldn't escape.
The atmosphere she posses I take as cape.
Her stern voice coached me to cry for some reasons.
I'm...

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Categories: verse, grandmother, love,

Life Is A Stage by Christopher Goss

I take a deep breath
And step out onto the stage
I'm just another actor
Escaping the shackles of shadows
To stand before the world
With my heart unfurled for...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, encouraging, endurance, recovery

Premium MemberHis Grandmother's Ring by Caren Krutsinger
Fern was wearing his grandmother’s ring again.
It was a beautiful piece, a pretty pink stone.
Hot pink.  She had no idea what kind it was.
Quartz...

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Categories: verse, anger, character, divorce, journey,

Nan by theresa stephens
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
Absentmindedly, Jackie wrote her name
thereupon, watching as dust motes floated
upwards, caught in sunset's evening rays
Brushing away a tear, she turned...

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Categories: verse, emotions, grandmother, relationship,

Premium MemberTREASURED MEMORIES by Line Gauthier


Engraved forever in my mind 
The smell of sugar pie in the oven
And my grandmother's loving hands
Their gentleness their softness
Ever busy and endlessly creating

Only on...

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Categories: verse, food, fun, games, granddaughter,

Premium MemberThe Fair And Ginger by Regina Elliott
 She is of the fair and ginger,
 one of the belles of magnolia blossoms in moonlight,
 Matriarch of the sweet Southern grace,
 Long ago...

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Categories: verse, grandmother, spiritual, tribute,

Lincoln Ave by PoetPrentice Dupins
I remember playing outside all of the time.  These days, outside play is somewhat of a pathogen to this technological generation. 

I remember my...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, childhood, growing up,

Premium MemberGrandmother by Sandra Haight
Grandmother


A grandmother...she is a mother blessed
     with life that comes from her times two.
       ...

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Categories: verse, grandmother,

Premium MemberJoyce Johnson by Broken Wings
Joyce began writing poetry in 1995 to ease her eternal grief,
the hole in her heart is great, death took her son like a thief.

Joyce has...

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Categories: tribute,

The Homestead by Jan Pearce
“The Homestead”



In my dreams
I still see the house – 
The old country place
Nestled among the Mesquite trees
That whispered a welcoming chant.

The grandmother stands bent over
A...

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Categories: verse, home,

Premium MemberMy Grandchildren Know Me Too by Caren Krutsinger
One time after an especially fun Grandma Cousin Camp Week
Where Grandpa was in hiding for 7 days, and 8 grandchildren and I did whatever
we please,
There...

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Categories: verse, feelings, grandchild, granddaughter, grandmother,

Premium MemberMy Great Grandma McCormick by Caren Krutsinger
My great grandmother had about 49 children, so she also, probably never slept at night.
They were a large happy-go-lucky farm family, so somebody had to...

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Categories: verse, grandmother, grandparents, heaven,

Premium MemberSTILL MISSING YOU by Line Gauthier


I always hoped I would grow up to be like you
I felt your arms around me and looked up to you
You were my hero, my...

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Categories: verse, dream, grandmother, heartbreak, hero,

Premium MemberLost the Remote in the Living Room by Caren Krutsinger
I lost the remote in the living room.
On Saturday.
My husband and I ran around looking and looking.
At first it was just the couch pillows, we...

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Categories: verse, funny, grandchild, grandfather, grandmother,

Premium MemberWho Will Teach Nona by Caren Krutsinger
I push the tall-legged hard thing next to the water thing, and pick up the blue thing.
It’s sticky, and sudsy, and fun.   I...

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Categories: verse, baby, childhood, children, grandchild,

Premium MemberLAUNDRY DAY by Line Gauthier


Hooray it’s laundry day
A perfectly lazy day
Where all I need do
Is get up once in a while
For quick transfers
Just a flick of a button
And wait...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, grandmother, mom, nostalgia,