Grandma, I wonder
where you keep your wings.
Are they hung in your closet
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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Poem About Grandma Being An Angel
Grandma, I wonderFeatured Shared Story
Oh my gosh, that story was soooooo touching. My Nana means the world to me, and she is the only one who has been there for me every day. Her warm hugs are comforting. I bet we all think that...
Thank You For Being There
A baby cradled in your arms...
Teaching me your gentle charms.
Growing up with you by my side...Featured Shared Story
Thank you for this lovely poem. I lost my grandma last September to cancer in four places. I didn't even want to start to think about life without her here. I know it will be hard, but I have...
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.Featured Shared Story
My grandma passed away on the 16th of January, a day before my Cambridge IGCSE results came out. I was pained because I wanted her to see my results because I really worked hard for them....
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.Featured Shared Story
My grandmother is the most important part of my life, so I wouldn't like to experience that feeling. I'm sorry for your loss.
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,Featured Shared Story
Thanks for this poem it is really nice. My Nana's birthday is tomorrow and I wanted a poem for her and I'm glad I chose this site. Thanks again. Also to the writer thank you for writing a...
My grandma was special in every way,
She made me smile every day.
And she was always there for me,
Especially in my time of need.Featured Shared Story
This is the most painful day for me. When my grandma left me I was so lonely. December 25 is the day she died. My grandma was my best friend. She always supported me. Whatever I learned today...
I was thinking of love, and you came to mind.
I have many memories I would like to rewind.
Do you remember those days I would lie in your lapFeatured Shared Story
My dad grew up hungry and on a dirt floor. He had to work when he was twelve. He sold ice cream cones to people at the train station. My mother had four siblings and a father who left and...
Please don't take her away
I was her favorite
I knew how to act
I knew how to treat peopleFeatured Shared Story
I love this poem. It made me cry. Now I want to meet my maternal grandma. Love you grandma. You are the one I love the most. I love this poem. Really it deserves to be poem of the day.
Who would try to give me all the world
As far as she could see?
Who always has two open armsFeatured Shared Story
This poem reminds me of my only grandchild, Faith. She is my son's daughter and was born when he was only 20 and I was 42 so I was not quite ready to be called "Grandma" yet but I loved...
Tribute Poem To A Great Grandmother
Strong, beautiful black woman, so peaceful and serene,
You deserve to live in Paradise and shown the finer things.
Life has dealt you plenty of cards, some winning, others bad,
And tides have brought in waves of memories: both happy and sad.Featured Shared Story
I hope you don't mind that I shared this poem with a Great Grandmother in our church, she has custody of her two great grandchildren, one of them is 8 and the other is just born 3 months...
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