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  1. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  6. Nan

    Death Of Grandma

    I lie here every night thinking of you
    Tears fall from my eyes feeling so blue
    Why did you leave me all alone
    You got your wings and off you have flown...

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    This is a helpful poem even though I understand that she is in good place I ' stop crying and sobbing I am just 9 and I also know she's missing me too.

  7. Rest In The Heavens Above

    • By Jessica Mendez
    • Published: August 2008

    Grandmother, whom I adored ever so much
    No longer here on earth, but in the heavens above

    Oh how I'll miss your smile and your laughter so big and full of life....

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  8. 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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  10. Nevermore

    • By Glycerinne Tennan
    • Published: January 2012
    Goodbye To Dying Grandmother

    I loved your bright blue eyes,
    Now I cannot see them.
    Nevermore...

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  11. Sleeping With The Angels

    • By Tanya E. Fowler
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Nanna Is In Heaven

    From a place high above,
    Where angels float in the sky,
    To the very ground I walk on,
    My Nanna watches over me,

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    I went to work, and got the worst phone call ever. My Nan had suffered a stroke. I sat beside her bed 4 days in the hospital watching her slip away. It was the hardest time of my life .. Such...

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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'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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