Grandmother Death Poem

Poem Grandmother Passed Away

This poem is about my grandmother who passed away a couple of years ago. I didn't get to spend too much time with her, but I never want to forget the few memories I have of her. I loved her so much and miss her everyday; therefore, I decided to write a poem in loving memory of her. Thank you so much for reading my poem, because now that I have shared her memory with you I know I will never forget her.

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I miss my grandmother without her my life is not the same. It all feels like a dream while it not. I never thought they will come a time to sing Goodbye song again. My granny was everything...

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© Melissa Pena

March 2009

My Most Painful Love

On the stormy gray day you went away,
Crystal clear pure tears were shed from my face,
How will I survive without you today?
I stand here longing for your own embrace.
The things I shouldn't have left unspoken;
All the memories I can't remember;
Leave me with my heart bleeding wide open
To see your pale eyes again glow amber,
Would fulfill my most genuine of wills.
To you I said I would not bid adieu.
I've made you a promise that remains still,
When spoken it was true I hope you knew.
I'll remember you even if it pains,
My love for you will forever remain.

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  • by Sne Dludla, Durban Umlazi
  • 6 months ago

I miss my grandmother without her my life is not the same. It all feels like a dream while it not. I never thought they will come a time to sing Goodbye song again. My granny was everything to me. We spent 90% of our time together but then now not even 1% we still spend together . I miss my other piece.

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  • by Marie
  • 5 years ago

My Husband's Grandmother died while he was incarcerated. I read this poem and sent it to him. Thank for writing this lovely poem it has gotten us thru.

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