Poems about Grandma

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My Granny the Stripper.

Predictable Sy is predictable :)

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Dropping Tomato Bombs

I've been watching a lot of spoken poetry lately and I tried to write my own. I might record it one day, but for now, just imagine a confused-accented British teenager is speaking this. XD Thank you f...

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sstar2000
sstar2000 Gifted Writer BLACK LIVES MATTER ❤️

Bye Grandpa

My grandpa died yesterday and I just wanted to express my heartache on here. Cancer is really so despicable. Stealing away everyone we hold dear. It literally rips families apart. My poor grandma coul...

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eyesarewise
eyesarewise Community member

GRANDMA

All that goes away returns to it's root. Distance doesn't separate a loved one.

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wrenwrites
wrenwrites Silver Comma one more chance at a night like this..

Thank you <3

A thank you to the best listener I know.

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uliepavone
uliepavone Bronze Comma I eat art for breakfast

Mamá Estela

A few hours after your departure, the chain that united us is starting to disappear. You were famous, and famous will remain, through the nickname everyone knew you for.

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bluewingedpoet2
bluewingedpoet2 Community member

Untitled

This poem is about my grandma. As a child, she had to work really hard on a constant basis. She heard a mom call her daughter a princess one day, when she was little, and she promised herself that sh...

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offensivepoems
offensivepoems For humor -- not my poems

Blowing coke is not a joke


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jorgevaldes
jorgevaldes College student from Mexico. Art lover.

My grandmothers shawls. by Jorge Valdes.

A prose poem inspired by my grandma and her typical outfit.

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