Grandmother Poems

Poems for Grandmothers

A grandmother's job never ends. Many grandmothers in our society step in to raise children when their mother is unavailable. Even in the best of situations, having a grandmother to help with child raising and to provide a softer touch is often a welcome intrusion. The other side of the issue is that grandmothers have to realize when it is time to step back and keep their mouths shut. If there is a healthy father and mother, they are the ones with the final say in how to raise their children.

Poems about Grandmothers

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  1. My Guardian Angel

    • By Susan Perry
    • Published: September 2015
    Grandma Is A Blessing Poem

    Are there guardian angels?
    I believe so
    For God gave me a beautiful lady
    to help watch me grow

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    • Stories 3
    • Emailed 180
    • Favorited 12
    • Votes 278
    • Rating 4.52
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  3. Grandma

    • By Jessica K. Riley
    • Published: February 2006
    Don't Give Up Poem


    O Grandma O Grandma don't ever give up hope,
    All you family and friends are learning to cope,
    Please stay strong and never stop praying,

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    • Stories 2
    • Emailed 47
    • Favorited 2
    • Votes 255
    • Rating 4.50
  4. Grandma's Wings

    • By Ricky R. Hernandez
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Grandma Being An Angel

    Grandma, I wonder
    where you keep your wings.

    Are they hung in your closet

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    • Stories 21
    • Emailed 87
    • Favorited 13
    • Votes 2976
    • Rating 4.44
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  6. Future Feelings About Grandma

    Poem About Death Of Grandmother

    It's only been a few minutes but seems like an eternity to me.
    I miss my Grandma Flossie already and I wish she had stayed here with me.

    It's only been a few hours but a million tears I have shed.

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    • Stories 17
    • Emailed 10
    • Favorited 5
    • Votes 616
    • Rating 4.42
  7. Don't Take Her Away From Me

    • By Taylor M. Villiere
    • Published: February 2006

    Please don't take her away
    I was her favorite
    I knew how to act
    I knew how to treat people

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    • Stories 5
    • Emailed 15
    • Favorited 8
    • Votes 280
    • Rating 4.41
  8. I Was Thinking Of Love, And You Came To Mind

    • By April Johnson
    • Published: February 2006

    The poem below is dedicated to my Grandmother:

    I was thinking of love, and you came to mind.
    I have many memories I would like to rewind.

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    • Stories 4
    • Emailed 33
    • Favorited 9
    • Votes 767
    • Rating 4.38
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  10. Nana's Little Angel

    • By Lindsey M. Moulton
    • Published: February 2006

    Nana, you are special
    Your love knows no bounds
    A room takes special warmth whenever you're around
    You think I'm cute and talented and maybe even wise

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    • Stories 10
    • Emailed 63
    • Favorited 6
    • Votes 1562
    • Rating 4.37
  11. Grandma's Lil' Girl

    • By Donna C. Elkins
    • Published: February 2006
    Memories Of Grandma

    Grandma, I was thinking of you today and a smile tickled my face.
    Remembering all the things you taught me, like always to say grace.
    I remember sitting in your lap while you read the Bible out loud,
    To hear me sing a gospel song made you so proud.

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    • Stories 14
    • Emailed 14
    • Favorited 11
    • Votes 1067
    • Rating 4.37
  12. Grandma

    • By Michele S. Reeves
    • Published: February 2006
    Thank You For Being There

    Grandma,
    A baby cradled in your arms...
    Teaching me your gentle charms.
    Growing up with you by my side...

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    • Stories 21
    • Emailed 29
    • Favorited 15
    • Votes 1241
    • Rating 4.35
  13. Grandma

    • By Jennifer R. Boker
    • Published: February 2006
    Always On My Mind

    There's this one special person
    She's always on my mind
    All the things we used to have
    Are so far behind

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    • Stories 1
    • Emailed 18
    • Favorited 12
    • Votes 202
    • Rating 4.35

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