Grandparent's Day Poems

Poems for Grandparent's Day

Many people may not know that this day exists. Some may choose to ignore it. They may think, "must we have a day for every person in the universe, when does all this day naming end?" Sadly, those people probably did not have an opportunity to develop a relationship with their grandparents. They don't understand the gifts that a grandparents can give. Grandparents can provide a sense of continuity and roots to their grandchildren. They can provide a sense that life matters, and the ability to see life within a larger context of time. Happy Grandparents Day!

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  1. 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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    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...

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  3. 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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    My grandma is in her 70's and is still alive. Long ago she had a issue with the insides of her stomach as to where one of the insides had to be taken out due to a surgery. But she came out of...

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  4. My Granddaddy, My Best Friend

    • By Lauren E. Garner
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem Tribute To Grandpa

    Picture

    The one that is my friend,
    The one that is my guide.
    How much I love, and how much I care,
    Is too much to describe.

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    At least you spent 14 years with him. I've never even seen my maternal grandpa, and my paternal grandpa expired when I was 4.

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  6. I Was Thinking Of Love And You Came To Mind

    • By April Johnson
    • Published: February 2006

    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 lap

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    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...

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  7. Profile Of My Grandma

    • By Bridget A. Miller
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem For A Loving Grandma

    The way it smells when she cooks.
    When you're bad, the way she looks.
    How she would do anything to help a friend.
    The way she'll stick by you until the end.

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    Today is my mamaw's birthday and I called to read it to her and she started crying saying it was the most beautiful thing she has ever heard.

  8. Two Hearts

    • By Kaiya N
    • Published: March 2015
    Anniversary Poem For Grandparents

    Two hearts faithful and true
    The world would be incomplete without you.
    You are two of the bravest and kindest people I know.
    No matter what you do, your love for others will always show.

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    I can really relate to this poem because two people I know have a really deep love. They may have some ups and downs but at the end they know they love each other very much and they were...

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  10. Granny

    Her smile can light up a room
    Her presence is of grace
    Her opinions are heard without one word
    but by the look upon her face...

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    This is everything that my grandmother had done for me until she deid from cancer but all I know is when my kids have their own. I will be just like her because she showed me how to be the...

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  11. To My Nana

    • By Kaili S. Kowalski
    • Published: February 2006

    Who would try to give me all the world
    As far as she could see?

    Who always has two open arms

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    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...

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  12. Happy Birthday Grandma

    • By Mary Flannery
    • Published: September 2014

    Happy Birthday, Grandma
    It's your special day
    You show us how you love us
    In so many ways

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  13. 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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    My grandma died 5 years ago because of brain cancer. She was a very important part of my life. Now she is not with me but her memories always bring a smile on face. She was very important for...

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