Grandmother Writing Poems

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


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: writing, childhood, family, grandmother, joy,

Premium MemberFOOTLE - my grandma said to me by Broken Wings
write it
dear heart


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November 21, 2017




Poetry/Footle/my grandma said to me
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All Rights Reserved. Written Under Pseudonym....

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Premium MemberDreams In Ink by Judy Emery
Bleeding You're Dreams in Ink
Dreaming is not only worthy of participator
But to the journal that holds the ink of dreams
This gives the outsider of the...

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Premium MemberDreams In Ink by Judy Emery
Dreams In Ink 

Bleeding You're Dreams in Ink
dreaming is not only worthy of participator
But to the journal that holds the ink of dreams
This gives the...

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Categories: writing, dream, emotions, longing, memory,

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: writing, food, grandmother, how i

A Childhood Taken part 2 by Manon peel
Her parents wondered why she no longer went.
Even though there she would be sent.
Across his yard she would run.
To her friends on the other street...

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Categories: writing, abuse, child abuse, childhood,

Premium MemberUnquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill - XXXIX, Part One by T Wignesan
Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill – XXXIX, Part One

Born in 1868, Alexei Maximovich PESHKOV, better known as MAXIM GORKY and hailed as the...

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Premium MemberPoetry Writing 2 Bio by Eve Roper
Poetry Writing #2 Bio

Art Reflection  

Creative, sensitive, loves unconditionally, spiritual believes

Wife of Sonny, mother of all my children, and grandmother to my grandchildren

Who loves...

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Categories: writing, blessing, fear, grandmother, happiness,

Premium MemberRereading by Robert Ronnow
Rereading the poems of others
and my own. Community across
time and graves. What's left
exceeds in significance
one's last moment. Yet
his last moment must have been
exceedingly important
for the...

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Categories: writing, animal, community, grandfather, morning,

Premium MemberPoetry Group by Cona Adams
I arrive early for the meeting.
Row upon row of chairs
face forward, like a flock of sheep, 
nose to tail, waiting for a shepherd.

My grandmother raised...

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Categories: writing, animal, children, courage, grandmother,

REST IN PEACE MUM ANN BROWN 18 AUG 2011 by MIKAYLA BROWN
MUM ...

WHERE DO I START? I DON'T THINK THERE IS WORDS , TO EXPLAIN HOW I AM 


FEELING ABOUT THE LOSS OF YOU... BUT I...

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Categories: writing, angel, daughter, death, dedication,

REST IN PEACE MUM ANN BROWN 18 AUG 2011 by MIKAYLA BROWN
MUM ...

WHERE DO I START? I DON'T THINK THERE IS WORDS , TO EXPLAIN HOW I AM 


FEELING ABOUT THE LOSS OF YOU... BUT I...

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Categories: writing, angel, daughter, death, dedication,

Premium MemberPOET - DESTROYER by Galeo DS
P-oetess, who is so GREAT and LOVELY
O-n  the pedestal, I look up at her with so much glee
E-verything she writes are splendid and they...

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Categories: writing, dedication, friendship, giving, grandmother,

My pet poem by Scott Anderson
To write a poem everyday ,wasn't such a task,  
Just a little rhyming ode is all I really ask.

A simple ode that rythms out...

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Categories: imagination, on writing and

Premium MemberThe Contest by Joe Flach
Of course, as soon as a new poetry contest was posted I had to immediately enter.  In this 
contest, you had to email the...

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Categories: on writing and wordswords,

Grandma Aesop's Apples - Finale by John Heck
Grandmother pointed out warning signs on the apples.
Her strong voice resonated as she referenced bruises and marks.
Her wrinkled hands brushed over minute holes and obvious...

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Categories: lifewriting, grandmother, writing, Grandson,

Premium MemberIn Memory of Karen Feist by James Fraser
Mother of four
Grandmother to five
Married to Alan
To heaven she'll arrive

With the Philadelphia's Eagles
They will fly her so high
To heavens door
But there will be no goodbye

For...

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Categories: inspirational, on writing and

Truthifiction of the bible by Troy Nelson
The author of the bible must have been god
for Jesus himself never wrote it
and i wonder if Jesus truly existed
then why are we not studying...

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Categories: faith, mystery, on writing

Random Acts by Johnette Loefgren
   Where do I go from here? she said.
She closed her eyes and took a drag off of the cigarette
she held in her...

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Categories: life, on writing and