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Grandparents Day Poems

Grandparents Day Poems
Grandparents Day Poems

1. “I've seen more faces of parental love
As a child I heard folk lore from grandma
Often I lay calm in her elbow's cove
Night pressed her feet swollen with oedema
And in the noon we would hide in a room
With a binoculars to watch the birds
Collecting twigs for nesting babes in womb
Grandma was fun and all requests were heard
Grandpa moved around with his wailking stick 
We took care of him on his pious bed
Didn't know he was dying thought him sick
In the middle of night goodbye he said

We hugged and cried at our world that collapsed.
New homes we were flown to, our ties just snapped!”

2. “Teenage Girls clad in the latest fashions,
Do it whenever they meet,
Grown men aren't afraid to show some passion,
When their team's comeback is complete,
They can say hello, they can say goodbye,
And anything inbetween,
If you open your arms and crack a smile,
There is nothing that a hug cannot mean.”

3. “What’s it take for women to hate
their first born so long and so cold?
Sly smiles as he choked on the bait.
You sat in that one church so bold,
Blind and deaf to Love’s story told.
Among serpents in pews hearts won,
you died unbroken, mute and sold,
in how you treated your own son.

A father’s heart chipped out of slate.
Your measure given is twofold,
to regret forever too late,
brimstones are all that’s left to hold.
Your neglect was poured and it rolled
eighty-three years under the sun.
The Great White Throne decree behold,
in how you treated your own son.

How his innocence you both ate,
An orphan made in constant scold.
No mercy in your ways or fate.
In Matthew you read he foretold, 
hypocrite’s wages to be tolled .
The grave’s sleep keeps remorse undone,
your legacy as I grow old,
in how you treated your own son.

If I am to breathe Heaven’s air,
your first grandson, when life is done,
I don’t expect to see you there,
in how you treated your own son.”
4. “Pretty princesses
Dancing all around
Frolicking through fields
Very beautiful
Just like you!”

5. “She sits and rocks, so gently back and forth
Her chin leaning heavily on her chest.
In her hands she cradles, one flat waxed rose
And sighs as pain is swelling in her breast.
Her long grey hair, now tied up in a bun
Is what I see when entering the room.
I helplessly watch, her tear drops flowing,
They look like dew, upon the lonely bloom.

Slowly she looks at a picture nearby,
A glimpse of a smile creases her face.
Granddad with her, stand on their wedding day
With red roses, and a dress of white lace.

After the wedding, she said with a smile,
I took this one rose and waxed it back then.
Granddad had laughed at me wondering why.
I said, for the special memories when…….

And now this old rose, I hold in my hand,
Precious memories kept in my drawer
I pull it out remembering the day
When granddad loved me, and I loved him more.”

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6. “My Great Great Grandpa was a musket
only one son he would want.
My Great Great Grandma named him shotgun
he used to love to hunt.
He too would only want one son
and that's just what he got.
My Great Grandma named him rifle
he was a single shot.

Married with one son himself
Grandpa wouldn't take no static.
His son was highly favored
and they named him automatic.

Along then came my daddy
who I never gave no lip.
He lived inside a holster
that men wore on their hip.

He had a great big family
but I'm his favorite one.
My daddy was a pistol
I'm a son of a son of a son of a gun.”

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7. “You see it with your inner eye,
A picture in the mind,
You don't remember where it came from,
Where it went or at what time,
You see the smile, you see the face,
And know that times go on,
You feel your smile, you know your face.
And think of times long gone.”

8. “I am just eleven,
And already you are gone to heaven.

The smiles, the laughter,
I'll remember forever.

We would spend days in your rocking chair,
With your fingers going through my hair.

When I was just about two,
You gave me my favorite teddy, Nou-Nou.

Now when I lay my head at night,
I pray and wish that you were still by my sight.

I love you with all my heart,
And that will never fall apart.

I love you,
I admire you...

But most of all...
I miss you.”

9. “Grandma always had her hair pulled back with a clip.
Grandma wore Vanilla Field perfume. It made me happy.
The few memories I have seem to fade as I get older.
But those few memories I retain are precious and dear.
One of the memories is her nickels hanging from the pencil sharper.
How she never got mad at me for spilling the vanilla, ice cream on her favorite chair.
Or the games we played together.
Chinese Checkers seemed to last forever.
She always watched Oprah every time I went to see her.
Grandma wore old fashion dresses.
She loved the old things that decorated her house.
She went to Church and never missed one Sunday.
I loved her so much. It is really hard to describe it.
I have kept many secrets from her, like how I hated her green beans.
After I gave her a hug in the hospital bed she died.
Her last words were I love you.
The year 1999 is not my favorite year any more. Now she has arrived at heavens door.
The only thing I can do now is be happy. She's in Heaven.
She died when I was seven.
The house she lived in is now owned by a stranger.
I can't describe my anger.
The day the Angels took her away.
I will never forget that day.”

10. “My Grandpa is the best by far,
He's loving, kind, and good.
He always gives me wise advice,
He's always understood.
Whenever I am needing him,
He's always there for me.
He says life has a purpose,
Just you wait and see.
My Grandpa does remind me
Of God's unending grace.
I believe him as he says this,
For love lights up his face.
My Grandpa's always faithful
To Grandma, his special wife.
They've been together lovingly
For almost their whole life.
Whenever Grandpa's laughing,
Grandma laughs along.
When they laugh together,
It sounds like a sweet, sweet song.
One day when I grow up,
And I am old and gray,
I hope to be like Grandpa
In each and every way.”

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11. “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.
I thought of those Saturday mornings I watched them fix your hair,
I remember crossing the street and hearing GIRL YOU BETTER STOP RIGHT THERE!!!
I remember the goodness you instilled in me though sometimes it doesn't show,
You played a very special part in my life and I thought that you should know....
My childhood is filled with memories of you that you couldn't buy with all the gold in the world,
And even though I am all grown up, at heart I will always be GRANDMA'S LIL' GIRL!”

12. “Her smile
Her laugh
Are full and rich

Her voice
Her touch
Are soothing and gentle

Her thought
Her feelings
Mean everything

When I've got nobody!”

13. “You loved elementary school,
You were nice, followed all the rules.
But now it's time for high school,
You don't know if you are ready,
You don't even have a clue.

The classes, the try-outs, the games, the sports,
You know you need a lot more education, way more.

You can't tell if you're excited or upset,
But trust me hun, high school won't be a regret.
Think of all your friends, new people, and sights to see,
This is the age when it's time to be free.

You could be a writer, a doctor, a cook,
With just a pick up of a text book,
You know it's time to be let out of the nest,
But you're going to miss sitting at those other desks.

It's a hard decision to make,
But it's a risk you'll have to take.
Just take it easy,
You'll know when you're ready.”

14. “Grow Old
Grow old along with me!
The best is yet to be,
The last of life, for which the first was made:
Our times are in His hand
Who saith 'A whole I planned,
Youth shows but half; trust God: see all nor be afraid!'”

15. “Grandad, it feels like yesterday that we were together
but it's been 3 years since I've..
gotten to hear your laugh, your smile and your voice

we had such fun together
laughing together and no one knowing what at
I could tell you anything and not be scared

I remember the day so clear
I got out of school early
I thought I was coming to see you in hospital
but when I got to the car, my heart fell apart

the boys and mum were crying
I asked what was wrong
he turned to me and told me grandad has passed away
I didn't believe him at the start
but then it sunk in
I wasn't going to see you again

I cried for days upon days
I didn't get to say goodbye
or that I loved you
you passed away so easily and so quietly
in my heart I think you wanted it that way,
you were never one for saying goodbye

but I didn't need to say goodbye because
one day I will be with you again

I stood by your grave side when everyone went away
just to say goodbye for now and at that time
I felt my heart get warm and the sensation of being hugged
I know it was you, Grandad.

Grandad, you simply were the best
we will always remember you
you will be in our hearts forever
I love you, Grandad, I hope you're proud of me.”

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16. “Every day I think about you,
Because I really miss you.
And we know that you think about us,
Because you always send your love.

We haven't seen you in a while,
and we really miss seeing your smile.
I love hearing your voice when you call,
Because I know you didn't forget about us after all.

Well, we don't know when
we will see you again.
But we want you to know,
That we will be here if you need a place to go.

So, we hope that you think about us,
after we send you our love.
Because we will always think about you,
For all the things you do.”

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

I loved your beautiful voice,
Now it's cracked and hoarse.

I loved the warmth you radiated,
Now I feel your warmth drain away.

I loved the energetic spirit.
Now, still, you lay

I loved your sincere smile,
Now it is a feeble attempt to say, "I'm fine."

I loved how you said you'd be there forever,
Now I hate these cold machines.

You were the sun in my gloom,
The permanent darkness has taken over now.
You left us all, with help from them,
The spider-like ghosts
That float away in white coats,
Ashamed of their work,
Yet proud that the deed is done.

Sobbing and broken, we stand and watch.
As they switch off the machines,
As they remove the dripping needles,
As they check the heart they know has stopped,
As they tell us all
You're gone forever.”

18. “I like to walk with Grandpa,
His steps are short like mine.
He doesn't say "Now hurry up!"
He always takes his time.
Most people have to hurry,
They do not stop and see,
I'm glad that God made Grandpa
"Unrushed" and young like me.”

19. “You may be gone, but know this;
Where-ever you are, your spirit still lives with us,
Where-ever you are, your memories still live with us,
Where-ever you are, your heart is still tied to us.
Where-ever you are, we will always love you,
Where-ever you are, we cherish your memory,
Where-ever you are, you are something we'll never forget.”

20. “There once was a man I loved
A man who cared
A man who shared
A man who knew life
A man who had a beautiful wife.

This man was a dad
This man was a grandfather
This man was my grandfather
This man is gone.

And I'll wait for so long
Until the day I'm with him
With him up there
Where the lights are dim
And where I can show him I've always cared.”
Grandparents Day Poems
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