Grandma Poetry

Grandma Poetry


The green freeze pops,
hugs that never stopped!

The games of kickball,
the light left on for me in the hall.

The trips to the game farm,
the times you kept me from harm.

Whenever I needed you,
it was your shoulder I turned to.

The hospital care,
you in a wheelchair.

The feeling that you weren't ok,
the days you couldn't come out to play.

I was told on a cold winter day
that you had forever gone away.

The funeral room full of fears,
Grampa's eyes full of tears.

Everyone at my house,
there was no shoulder,
tears fell on my blouse.

The pain I felt,
all of it still I haven't dealt.

I wish I could've said good- bye,
maybe now I wouldn't cry.

I know you loved me,
why couldn't you stay?

I still miss you to
this day.

Grandma - I love you.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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Grandmas are for stories
about things of long ago.

Grandmas are for caring
about all the things you know...

Grandmas are for rocking you
and singing you to sleep.

Grandmas are for giving you
nice memories to keep...

Grandmas are for knowing
all the things you're dreaming of...

But, most importantly of all,
Grandmas are for love.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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Everything my grandma does
is something special made with love.

She takes time to add the extra touch
that says, "I love you very much."

She fixes hurts with a kiss and smile
and tell good stories grandma-style.

It's warm and cozy on her lap
for secret telling or a nap.

And when I say my prayer at night,
I ask God to bless and hold her tight.

Cause when it comes to giving hugs
my grandma's arms are filled with love!

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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