Grandmother Death Poems

Rest in Peace Grandma Poems

Grandmothers are famous for their hearty meals and fresh baked cookies, their abundant hugs and kisses, and their insistent desire to spoil their grandchildren. Times spent at grandma's house are often marked by love, laughter, and contentment. In fact, grandmothers are often responsible for bringing the whole family together. Because grandmothers are such a source of joy for their grandchildren, they are always sorely missed when they pass away. To lose a grandmother is to lose a most valuable family member. Many grandchildren find a peace and solace after the loss of their grandmother by expressing their feelings through poetry.

Poems Remembering Passed Away Grandmothers

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  1. Grandma

    Things I Learned From My Grandma

    From my beginning until your end,
    You were by my side, my first best friend.
    I never expressed it when you were here
    Though my love and admiration were sincere.

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  3. Gramma

    • By Dwight A. Swan
    • Published: May 5, 2020
    My Grandmother's Passing And Memories Of Her

    A part of Gramma is a part of me.
    A part of love, a part of family,
    To share a laugh,
    To shed a tear,

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  4. Grandma's Departure

    The Legacy Of A Grandparent

    Grandma's room is empty; she moved away.
    She departed this life and is gone to stay.
    There was no struggle, but with great ease
    she closed her eyes and took her leave.

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    I am thankful my poem touched you in some way. Sorry about your lost but remember that love heals wounds, even God's love.

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  6. Another Day

    • By Kirsty Kennedy
    • Published: May 2019
    Regret Not Spending More Time With Loved One

    Life gets very busy.
    Things get in the way.
    Do I have time to visit?
    I'll go another day.

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    As the eldest great-grandchild, my 19 year old daughter was asked to speak on behalf of all 13 great grandchildren at my grandmother's funeral.

    This poem resonated with her as many of the...

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  7. Grandma

    Missing Grandma Acrostic Poem

    Grandma is one special angel, a
    Really gentle, beautiful soul.
    Angel of God, so pure and whole.
    Never leave me, stay close by.

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  8. Missing Nana

    Why A Young Child Attend Should A Grandparent's Funeral

    Some might say, "my dearest child",
    "You did not know her long"
    So is it time that measures love?
    And wouldn't that be wrong?

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  10. Missing You, Nan

    The years will always roll on by
    and time will always pass,
    but every memory I have of you
    will definitely always last.

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  11. Last Goodbye

    Poem About Anticipatory Grief

    You smiled at me through warm rays of sun.
    You laughed with me in the grass.
    You kissed me in clear broken water,
    And now we say goodbye.

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  12. Dear Grandma

    Remembering You're Not Far Away

    You're not that far away.
    I can still envision your smile.
    God brought you to be with Him,
    But I'll see you in a while.

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  13. Grandma

    • By Rob
    • Published: May 2016
    Poem Replaying Memories Of Grandma

    The words you spoke so wisely
    Have never been so clear.
    All the lessons that you taught me
    Still remain right here.

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    When my grandmother died, I felt so empty because she was the closest thing I've lost. She was there for me when I needed her the most. And every special day of my life she was there: 1st day...

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