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  1. Angel In The Window

    • By Jade
    • Published: May 2016
    Poem Thanking Grandma For Always Being There

    I see you in the window as you wave goodbye to me.
    I hear you say a drop of milk as I go to make tea.
    The stories of your life sounded like straight from a book.
    Your adventures inspired me with every step I took.

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  3. Grandma Is In Heaven

    • By Deborah F. Fines
    • Published: February 2016
    Child Trying To Understand Death

    My Grandma is in Heaven.
    She left this earth today.
    Mommy tells me that Grandma
    Is no longer here to play.

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  4. My Nanny

    • By Aimee Mc Keown
    • Published: June 2015
    Pain Of Losing Grandmother

    You picked me up
    And held me tight.
    And said you loved me
    Every night.

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    My Nana Sue died 2 weeks ago and now I am going to her funeral. I miss my Nana and will do anything to get her back. She died of a brain hemorrhage It was so unexpected that we only found out...

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  6. My Grandma

    • By Sam Davies
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About A Grandma Unlike Others

    She wasn't like the other grans,
    Spoiling kids with sweets,
    The minute you stepped out of line,
    That slipper's off her feet!

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  7. You're Still Near

    Poem About Remembering Grandma Through Her Possessions

    Thinking of you while rocking in your chair,
    'Bout the moments in life when you were there.
    It's the year of firsts since you've been gone,
    Each day is another one that begins at dawn....

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    Take you for your kind comment about this poem. I never wrote poetry before my grandmother "Grams" went home in January 2012, but have woken up many times over the past 4 years...

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  8. Gone On To Glory

    • By Gina Royal Cleveland
    • Published: September 2014
    Poem About Wanting To See Grandma Again

    Four years ago you left this earth and went to Glory
    Only, you and God shall share your story.

    Life ain't been the same since June of 2006...

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    • Rating 4.13
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  10. Grandma Died

    Heavenly Father took Grandma
    up to Heaven when she died.
    When my Momma told me
    I ran to my room and cried....

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    On October 5, I lost my grandmother. How miss waking up to her. I miss her so much. I miss the years we spent together and the trips and outings we had. I know she is in heaven dancing with...

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  11. Goodbye Nana

    • By Jamie Humpage
    • Published: August 2012

    Nana had a magic purse, which always seemed to amaze,
    she'd do all the old fashioned stuff, she was so set in her ways.
    I remember when I was younger, hauling in her coal,
    then I'd get to help her, make her famous sausage roll....

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  12. Sleep Now, Nana

    • By Alexandra Burrows
    • Published: March 2012

    Although I cannot see you,
    I feel your presence near.
    I will hold you close in memory
    Till I drop my very last tear.

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    I was 16 years old when my grandma died. She died of kidney failure, but my grandma had a loving heart and was always kind and loving and would do anything for anyone no matter what you were...

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  13. A Week In Heaven

    She hugs and kisses her loved ones at Heaven's gate,
    Then shares with them the joy of her new found fate.
    She goes on and on about the ones she left behind,
    It's going to take a while, because she was Grams to all mankind....

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