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Grandfather Short Stories

Here are the top Grandfather short stories, fanfiction, poetry, and posts on Commaful, including topics like "sad", "cologne", and more.
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The memory of YOU
summerbaby Commaful Star
3 years ago
393
2
58
This is about my grandfather who passed away over a year ago. He used to wear a distinct cologne. For the daily prompt, enjoy :)

listen to the wind
soyo Commabassador
a year ago
250
1
20
what the title said

Granddad.
sy Commaful Star
2 years ago
196
2
25

Hold on
fathomless Commaful Star
2 years ago
157
3
26
A Grandfather-granddaughter relationship. This is what it meant to me.

video call
themiddlechild Commaful Star
a year ago
129
0
1

Cracked Paint
stevewaldrop Commaful Star
a year ago
119
0
5
A haiku tale of aging and love.

The chessboard
artizi Gifted Writer
3 years ago
120
0
15
A young man finds a mysterious chessboard set in his grandfather's attic, one he remembers seeing when he was but a kid. He soon discovers there is far more to it than meets the eye.

Eagles Fly High
illoo Frequent Reader
2 years ago
76
1
15
Read this when you want motivation, fellow eagles! Let's discover the worlds out there. Remember, eagles fly high!

Dear Grandpa,
kgirl Gifted Writer
3 years ago
70
0
11
I lost my great grandfather to Alzheimer on a rainy October day six years ago now. This poem is for him; itโ€™s the words Iโ€™ve never been able to write down ever since I lost him. Too afraid of facing m...

๐ท๐‘’๐‘Ž๐‘Ÿ ๐บ๐‘Ÿ๐‘Ž๐‘›๐‘‘๐‘“๐‘Ž๐‘กโ„Ž...
annabethchasee Commabassador
a year ago
62
0
4

The Old Man
shadowrite21
a year ago
67
1
4
Grandfather, who are you?

Our Mango Grove
in Commaful Star
4 years ago
58
0
10
This is a short story(?) that I wrote based on one of my favourite childhood memories. (Please bear with me, I'm crap at writing stories ahaha) Hope you enjoy. :) <3

Warrior
zjw Bronze Comma
3 years ago
46
0
5
This is a poem about the declining health of my grandfather, and the news I heard through my mom. All of these pictures are pictures of him with my grandmother, sister, cousins, moms, and I. Just a qu...

Chime...
vanitysmurf Power Reader
2 years ago
69
0
9
A poem about the Grandfather clock dedicated to @artsy_asphodel2 and @summerbaby

Grandfather
tille Gifted Writer
a year ago
42
0
2
A granddaughter to her grandfatherโ™ฅ๏ธ

Little Things(a poem about...
secretgeek Gold Comma
a year ago
39
0
2
A poem about two grandfathers that I knew once and that knew me.

Darkest Notes - Part 19
ellierose93131 Power Reader
a year ago
72
1
16
A collaboration with @dreaminnlivin | Finn and Rey was kidnapped, one of them got wounded...

An OldTiredMemory
dissonance Gifted Writer
3 years ago
30
0
2
Not a peom, but an old tried memory that brings hope and love into my cloud covered days.

Title: Scots Pine
bwilliams68
3 years ago
48
1
4
I love the Scot's Pine of the ancient Caledonian forest. I've taken some time to ponder why I feel so much warmth towards this single type of tree. Not sure if I have the full answer here..but it's ...

I Want to Grow a Garden
satinwings Gifted Writer
2 years ago
36
0
0
I wrote this poem in high school as a tribute to my sick grandfather. Lord knows he's somewhere better now.

The memory of YOU
summerbaby Commaful Star
3 years ago
393
2
58
This is about my grandfather who passed away over a year ago. He used to wear a distinct cologne. For the daily prompt, enjoy :)

listen to the wind
soyo Commabassador
a year ago
250
1
20
what the title said

Granddad.
sy Commaful Star
2 years ago
196
2
25

Hold on
fathomless Commaful Star
2 years ago
157
3
26
A Grandfather-granddaughter relationship. This is what it meant to me.

video call
themiddlechild Commaful Star
a year ago
129
0
1

Cracked Paint
stevewaldrop Commaful Star
a year ago
119
0
5
A haiku tale of aging and love.

The chessboard
artizi Gifted Writer
3 years ago
120
0
15
A young man finds a mysterious chessboard set in his grandfather's attic, one he remembers seeing when he was but a kid. He soon discovers there is far more to it than meets the eye.

Eagles Fly High
illoo Frequent Reader
2 years ago
76
1
15
Read this when you want motivation, fellow eagles! Let's discover the worlds out there. Remember, eagles fly high!

Dear Grandpa,
kgirl Gifted Writer
3 years ago
70
0
11
I lost my great grandfather to Alzheimer on a rainy October day six years ago now. This poem is for him; itโ€™s the words Iโ€™ve never been able to write down ever since I lost him. Too afraid of facing m...

๐ท๐‘’๐‘Ž๐‘Ÿ ๐บ๐‘Ÿ๐‘Ž๐‘›๐‘‘๐‘“๐‘Ž๐‘กโ„Ž...
annabethchasee Commabassador
a year ago
62
0
4

The Old Man
shadowrite21
a year ago
67
1
4
Grandfather, who are you?

Our Mango Grove
in Commaful Star
4 years ago
58
0
10
This is a short story(?) that I wrote based on one of my favourite childhood memories. (Please bear with me, I'm crap at writing stories ahaha) Hope you enjoy. :) <3

Warrior
zjw Bronze Comma
3 years ago
46
0
5
This is a poem about the declining health of my grandfather, and the news I heard through my mom. All of these pictures are pictures of him with my grandmother, sister, cousins, moms, and I. Just a qu...

Chime...
vanitysmurf Power Reader
2 years ago
69
0
9
A poem about the Grandfather clock dedicated to @artsy_asphodel2 and @summerbaby

Grandfather
tille Gifted Writer
a year ago
42
0
2
A granddaughter to her grandfatherโ™ฅ๏ธ

Little Things(a poem about...
secretgeek Gold Comma
a year ago
39
0
2
A poem about two grandfathers that I knew once and that knew me.

Darkest Notes - Part 19
ellierose93131 Power Reader
a year ago
72
1
16
A collaboration with @dreaminnlivin | Finn and Rey was kidnapped, one of them got wounded...

An OldTiredMemory
dissonance Gifted Writer
3 years ago
30
0
2
Not a peom, but an old tried memory that brings hope and love into my cloud covered days.

Title: Scots Pine
bwilliams68
3 years ago
48
1
4
I love the Scot's Pine of the ancient Caledonian forest. I've taken some time to ponder why I feel so much warmth towards this single type of tree. Not sure if I have the full answer here..but it's ...

I Want to Grow a Garden
satinwings Gifted Writer
2 years ago
36
0
0
I wrote this poem in high school as a tribute to my sick grandfather. Lord knows he's somewhere better now.