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  1. 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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  3. Gabe's Little Blue Balloon

    • By The Youngest Grandchild
    • Published: July 2008

    While driving down the road
    On a warm June day
    My little boy's blue balloon slipped out the window
    And began to slowly drift away....

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  4. 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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    This touched me so much and it is so true! I just lost my sister-in-law. I was planning on a visit. I hadn't seen her in while because she was frail and because of Covid I didn't want to take...

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  6. 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.

  7. Missing You

    • By Crystal Young
    • Published: May 2008
    Death Of Grandmother

    You took many chances,
    one too many times.
    As a little girl I thought-
    "Oh no, never me!"...

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    • Rating 4.13
  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. 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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  11. Country Garden

    Memories of Grandma Poem

    Out in the woods
    a distance from the city,
    there is a country garden
    with azaleas pink and pretty....

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  12. Light After Dark

    • By Nurul Naiimah
    • Published: January 2011

    As I sat by my window,
    Looking out at the grey sky.
    Tears rolled down my cheeks,
    As its finally time to say goodbye....

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  13. 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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