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. 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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  4. My Grandmother

    • By Victoria L. Payne
    • Published: February 2006
    Rose Garden Of Memories

    In my rose garden of memories,
    I see you standing there,
    An angel in disguise,
    Who taught me how to care.

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    My grandmother's name was Rose. This poem is so apt. She had cancer. While it gave me time to spend with her, it made it really painful to watch her lose weight and her hair, withdraw into a...

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  6. 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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  7. My Beautiful Angel

    • By Aoife Minnock
    • Published: November 2009

    Nan, to walk into your room and see you smile,
    I walked over and hugged you all the time.
    You always made me smile and always had stories to tell.
    I loved sitting with you every day and listening to the memories you had to share.

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    My Grammy passed away Saturday morning after a tough battle with cancer. It took her so fast, and this poem captures my exact feelings. I have never watched someone die before, and seeing...

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  8. Grandmother

    • By Ashley Sifuentes
    • Published: February 2006
    Heart Full Of Pain

    My heart never felt so much pain.
    The sky came together and dropped lots of rain.
    I thought my life was coming to an end.
    All I know is I will never give in.

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    Grandma, you are my source for happiness. You are bound to my heart with the epic stories which you taught in my childhood. You created a friendly environment whenever you were with me. Now I...

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  10. 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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  11. Grandma Is A Beautiful Angel

    • By Christopher Warner
    • Published: February 2008

    A beautiful angel is all that is here
    Saying O'Lord please leave me here
    Not ready to leave but has to go
    Wants to go back but God says no...

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    My grandma passed away after I gave birth to my daughter. I don't know why God took her away. I am so sad. I cry every day! I miss her so much.

  12. Grandma

    • By Augustine Perez
    • Published: February 2006
    Thank You For The Gift Of Love Poem

    Thank you for the gift of love.
    Now you're sharing it up above.
    You had many things to say,
    All in a caring way.

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    My grandma passed away on October 28th at 1:27 a.m. It was really, really hard to see my grandmother leave us. I know she is in a better place, but I would love for her to have stayed with...

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  13. 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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