Grandmother Poem

Grandma Is A Blessing Poem

My parents divorced when I was two, and my Grandmother helped raise and care for me. Although she was divorced herself after 35 years of marriage, she somehow managed to take care of me and her two grown sons, one of whom was an alcoholic and the other had mental issues. She also, with open arms, took in my uncle's son at a very young age who was handicapped. Although we didn't have much, we all had my Grandmother's love. My Grandmother passed away 2 years ago; she will forever be in my heart.

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I love my grandmother. My mother left me within six months after I was born and my father died in an accident. My mother never looked back. My grandmother was the one who raised me up till...

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My Guardian Angel

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Published: September 2015

Are there guardian angels?
I believe so
For God gave me a beautiful lady
to help watch me grow

A lady so beautiful
inside and out
She had to be an angel
God let slip out

This lady's a blessing
from the Lord up above
who taught me life's lessons
through courage and love

A lady to protect me
from all of my fears
and love me and hold me
and wipe all my tears

A lady so special
she's touched lives of many
and keeps us together
at all cost, if any

This lady is my Grandma
To her I do owe
all the joy life can bring
wherever she goes

I love you, Grandma
Thanks for being you

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  • by Amy Spencer
  • 1 year ago

Such a beautiful poem. I have searched for a poem for my Nanny's funeral next week, and this is perfect. Thank you so much.

  • by Arora
  • 2 years ago

I love my grandmother. My mother left me within six months after I was born and my father died in an accident. My mother never looked back. My grandmother was the one who raised me up till the last day of her life all alone working in a company, and I salute her for that. Five years and I still miss her. I love you mamma.

  • by Penny Johnston
  • 2 years ago

I loved the poem. It touched my heart. It reminds me of my mother and grandmother.

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