75+ Famous And Cute Poems For Grandma

A grandmother is that cozy wing who embraces all in the family with equal warmth, affection, and care. Dedicating some thoughtful poems for grandma can help you express your gratitude, love, and care for her. All of us have some or the other special memories associated with our grannies, such as the aroma of her homemade chocolate chip cookies, late-night stories, guidance, pampering, and all learnings from her life experiences. Read this post as we bring you some beautiful poems for grandma. You may recite these poems at family gatherings, pen them down in a letter, send them as a text message, or send them as a handwritten note along with a bunch of her favorite flowers.

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75+ Poems For Cute Grandmother

The list of poems and verses narrate the bond of love and care between grandmother and grandchildren. Reading them will help you recollect the times you spent with her that are close to your heart.

Love Poems For Grandma

You have a strong connection with your grandma. She raised you to become the admirable personality you are today. You can express love for always being with you through the ups and downs of life with lovable stanzas from these poems.

1. I Love You Grandma

There is never a time when I never needed you by my side,
Your wise advice has shaped my life the right way every time.
For no random reason, I just wanted to tell you how much I love you,
I promise to always be there for you and never leave you blue.
And whenever you find yourself sad, don’t you shed a tear,
Just always remember that your little one is always here!

2. Missing You Grandma

You have taught me the true value of life,
You taught me the difference between aim and strive,
With your guidance life is bliss,
Still remember your blessings and kiss,
You are missed so much grandma,
Looking at your picture,
Please come back to me,
Can’t stay so far,
Love you so much!

3. To My Grandma

Lovely poem for grandma

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Despite my tantrums throughout the day,
You put up with me come what may.
You are like my mother,
Gentle, caring and yet like no other.
Your beautiful smile and generous heart,
Sets your pristine love apart.

4. A Wonderful Granny

My wonderful grand mom,
You mean the world to me,
So many things are there
With you that I can see
You are the tree that gives me shade in life
Because of your support,
I can easily strive
Love you for what you are in life
Perfect as you can be!

5. In My Granny’s Lap

I find such a comfort
In my Granny’s lap.
I snuggle and lie there
As I take my nap.
I wiggle around
Till I find my place
Then peep out to see
The love that’s in her face.
Sometimes pretending to sleep,
But I’m not.
I’m just resting, enjoying
The time as we rock.
There’s nothing quite like it
In all of the land
To wake up, cooing
While she holds my hand.

— Judy Gipson

6. To My Nana

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

Who always has two open arms
And smiles just made for me?
Who always finds some special time
That we two can share?
And never is too busy
To show how much she cares.
There’s not another in the world
From Rome to Ohio
I’m glad God made you for me
I love you so much, Nana!
— Kaili S. Kowalski

7. I Must Be Lucky

How lucky am I
To have you by my side
Your love shines through
In all that you do
So much you have said
So much I have heard
So much you have taught
So much I have learned
I know that we have had ups and downs
And sometimes even a little frown
You have always been there, so I will say
I love you, and have a wonderful special day

— Valerie Radcliffe

8. My Lovely Granny I Love You

My lovely grandma I love you so
I surely want you to know
That with you I have had the best of time
That you were in my life and destined
So many things that I have learned from you
Many things being so old and new
Can’t thank you enough for giving a meaning to me
With you, I can have all the glee
I have shared my sorrows alike
And happiness with that super like
You are the granny I love the most
So, let me just raise the toast
To super memories with you
My granny I love you!

9. My Grandma Knows My Heart

My grandma knows my heart and all those things I want to say, but can’t quite put into words today,
My grandma knows my heart and loves what she sees inside,
And tells me all the time,
She loves me, just the way I am ’cause Grandma knows my heart.

10. No Matter What

No matter what, no matter when
My Grandma’s a comfort and some then
She would do anything
For happiness to bring.
She says never give up when I tried
She encourages me to swallow my pride
When mistakes I make
She says, “Fix them before it is too late.”
She’s like a second Mom
To me and everyone.
She’s like a best friend
Solid and with me to the end.
Good to me was fate
As my Grandmother is great!

—Catherine Pulsifer

11. Grandma

You’re my earth, you’re my world;
you’re my moon that circles my world.
You’re my moon, you’re my star;
you’re the one I look upon in the dark.
You shine like the sun that brightens my day
And take all the dark storms away.
I will be there for you whenever you need help.
I will shine like you did through my sickness and health.
I will be that angel that sits on your shoulder
to make you happy and better when the sun goes away and sets for the next day.
Don’t worry, I will still be on your shoulder
and I will love you until the world is over.

— Shannon E. Hauser

12. Love You Forever Grandma

What is a Grandma?
To some it’s just their parents’ mother.
To me, it’s so much more; it’s the person who gives in when mom says no.
The person who knew all the nursery rhymes by heart.
The person who always has a hug no matter how old or big you get.
To me, grandma is more like my best friend, the one I trust with my deepest secrets.
After 7 years of being gone, you are still the one I talk to.
We love and miss you, Grandma!

13. Happy Mother’s Day, Grandma

On this Mother’s Day, for Grandma I say,
She’s there when I stumble, in her arms I stay.
With a scolding or two, for coloring astray,
She guides me to God, shows me how to pray.

In her warm embrace, all fears fade away,
Whispers of comfort, “Everything’s okay.”
Lessons of virtue, where I truly belong,
In her loving presence, I forever am strong.

A smile she conjures from every little frown,
In this grand embrace, love truly renowned.
For Grandma, the dearest, in her love I am bound,
On this special day, appreciation is unbound.

— Unknown

14. I Love You More Than I Can Express

Love you grandma

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Grandma, you are wonderful,
so gentle, and yet so strong.
You’ve always shown that you care,
and without a doubt I belong.
You’ve been patient when I’ve strayed,
and offered guidance when asked.
It seems you can do anything,
and fantastic with every task.
Always a source of calming comfort
and a safety net when I fall.
Your love helps me in stressful times
and supports me through it all.
I love you more than I can express,
I pray I’ve earned your respect.
If I had my choice of grandmothers,
you’d be the only one I’d select!

15. To My Grandmother

You’ve always been,
The one to go to,
When in need.
You’re kind and thoughtful,
In many ways.
You’d always think of me,
In my younger days.
But now our relationship,
Is more than special, you see.
We talk and laugh,
As two adults with glee.
Today you’re more than,
Just a grandmother to me.
You’re my friend,
And someone I aspire to be.

— Julie Hebert

Short Grandma Poems For Grandma

Here are some short and crisp grandma poems that can make you feel blessed.

16. Thank You

Thank you for those bedtime stories that would put me to sleep,
Thank you for making me strong on days when I would feel so weak.
Thank you Grandma for treating me like your own dear child,
Thank you for giving me memories enough to last for a lifetime.

17. Best Grandma

I have had the best time of my life with you,
I think I am amongst the chosen few,
To have a lovely grandma like you,
You are too sweet is all I can say,
In my life, you have an important role to play,
Thanks grandma, I love you a lot,
You are always in my thought!

18. Grandma Stories

Grandma you have the power to see beyond the truth,
Your caring words and lovely smile does every trouble sooth.
Your wonderful stories and caring embrace,
And the cheerful smile on that graceful face.
Grandma is a special soul,
And mine will be the best in every poll.

19. My Grandmother

My grandma’s love knows no measure,
She is indeed a beautiful treasure.
You have been there for me from the start,
And love springs for you from the bottom of your heart.
You wanted me to do my best,
You taught me to experience life with zest.

20. Thank You, Grandma

Thank you for the many times you sat beside my bed when I was sick,
Thank you for the special treats you baked just for me,
Thank you for my birthday cakes you decorate each year,
And, all the clothes you sew that I love to wear,
Thank you for the fun times we have playing games and all the shopping trips,
But, thank you most of all for spending time with me, Grandma.

21. Grandmother’s Mind

A grandmother’s mind
Is full of wisdom.
A grandmother’s heart
Is full of love.
A grandmother’s soul
Is full of sacrifices
Made on behalf of God above.

— Michael Smajda

22. Grandma

May I come from out the gloom,
Of my troubles with the bloom,
Of a heart that’s ever youthful still in view,
With a dash of color gay,
To relieve the sombergray,
May I be as young as you at seventy-two.

—Edgar Albert Guest

23. My Grandmother’s Heart

Soft like cotton candy,
Caring like Mother Earth,
Beautiful like a piece of art,
Sweet like honey,
Deep like faith,
That was my grandmother’s heart.

— Lucio Muñoz

Thoughtful Grandma Poems

When you grow up, you realize the sacrifices made by your grandma to take care of you. You can thank her by sharing any of these wonderful poems for grannies.

24. Grandmother

She’s the one you see, at all my birthday parties, and school plays,
It’s oh so reassuring to know, her smiles are just for me,
The darkest night brightens, the moment I hear her voice,
And rainy days become adventures when she joins in the play,
My grandmother is so special,
No one can ever take her place,
My heart is filled with love each time I see her face.

25. One Of A Kind

The funny beautiful lady
That means so much to me
May be gone from the land of the living
But with me she will always be
Because my memory holds her dearly
And my pen recalls her ways
And most of all I love her
A love that always stays
It stays inside my memory
And is often on my mind
Because a lady like my grandma
Is rare and hard to find.

— Julie B. Bradstreet

26. I Still Remember

I still remember how you used to cuddle me,
I still remember the kisses,
I still remember your fairy tale stories,
Which made me sleep so sound,
Whenever I see around,
I see only your face in front of me,
I love you forever, its forever to see!

27. When I Feel Blue

Grandma when I feel blue
I can always just call you
You make me feel better
I will love you forever
You make my day happy and bright
To talk to you is always a delight.
You always give me my space
But I always know I’m welcome at your place.
You’re always are willing to lend a hand
You’re always there and understand
Thank you, Grandma, for being you
Always remember I love you too!

—Catherine Pulsifer

28. 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
Her touch is so gentle
Her heart as big as the moon
Her spirit is kindhearted
and warm as a summer’s afternoon
Her hair a river of gray
Her eyes radiant as the sun
Her time she’ll take no matter how long
until the work is done
Her kisses are so soft
Her hugs preferred from the rest
My granny is mine forever and ever
and she’ll always be the best

— Demecia Dean

29. Proud Grandson

Proud grandson; poems for grandma

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You held me first when I was tiny,
Your happy tears I remember were so shiny.
The look of love and pride on your face,
Just adds to your aura and grace.
Your arms are the most comforting place on earth,
Where love will never find its dearth.

30. Special Granny

My grandma, so special in every way,
Made me smile, come what may.
She was my rock, my steadfast creed,
In times of need, her love took the lead.

In moments of doubt, I ran to her side,
For she cared when others would let me slide.
When I felt down, she’d make me grin,
Her love’s embrace, a treasure within.

Not just a grandma, my dearest, my friend,
In her heart, my love had no end.
But when she left, my world did sway,
I cherish and miss her every day.

— Anonymous

31. Box Of Memories

You and I have made a box, it’s called our box of memories.
I can’t hear your voice, but you have put it in our special box.
I look forward to sleep at night,
so I can see your healthy body and smiling face,
and it gives me comfort from dreams of you.
I wish I could put my dreams of you in an album
for everyone to see,
but I’m thrilled that you and I could put those dreams
in our box of memories.
Although I have a few best friends,
one of my best friendships is in our box of memories.
The day you died I cried,
for deep down inside you took my heart.
Even though we are physically apart,
you will always be in my heart.
I wish I could see you every day,
but all I need to do
is open up our box and there you will be,
in our precious box of memories.

32. An Angel On Earth

An Angel on Earth, my Grandmother was
An Angel in Heaven, she is today.
She cared for all, and asked for none in return
For when you were down, she’d lift you off the ground.
An Angel on Earth, my Grandmother was
An Angel forever, she’ll always be.
For no matter who you were, she’d give you her day
To make you safe and sound, she’d give you her love.
An Angel on Earth, my Grandmother was
An Angel in Life, that she used to help others.
For there’s no one left like her
And no one left to understand me.
Cause an Angel on Earth, that is my Grandmother
For my Angel you see, will always be she.

— Hannah Hoy

33. Grandma You Are One In Life

You are the one in life
You were always there in my need
You taught me to water my loving seed
You were there to wipe my tear
I can’t thank you for that oh dear
You took the blame to save me
I adore you so much in my life
Without your love I will not survive
Stay as you are you are, so sweet
That first thing in the morning and wish
My hugs and kisses are with you
Coz your love is so very pure and true
My granny dear I simply love you
My granny dear I simply do!

34. Grandma

She was always up at the crack of dawn
I can remember how her eyes would slowly
Close when she would yawn
I can still see her sitting in that old
Rocking chair
Rocking away all her cares
Grandma as you rest in peace
My love for you will never cease
Oh! How I wish you were still here
To rock away all my tears
Even though you went away
I strive to make it through another day
So that I too may rock my cares away.

— Julie Hall

35. Grandma’s Lil’ Girl

Grandma, today I smiled, thinking of your embrace,
Lessons and memories, time cannot erase.
From gospel songs to hair care, your love’s grace,
In my heart, forever, Grandma’s lil’ girl’s place.

— Anonymous

36. A Cheer For Grandma

Grandma, you deserve a cheer
We love you for that have no fear
You are truly one of a kind
Of that, we want to remind!
You make us laugh, you make us smile
For us, you always go the extra mile.
We often say we love you more
But then who is keeping score!

— Catherine Pulsifer

Inspirational Poems About Grandmothers

Did the pet dialogues of your grandma inspire you? Show how much you respect her with an inspirational poem about grandmother.

37. She Knows

My grandmother knows everything about me sometimes before they happen,
She has a sixth sense about most things in life,
She knows how to kiss my cheek, or dry my tears, whenever I am hurt or afraid,
She bakes all kinds of yummy food and can even make a snowman, too,
In summertime, she teaches me to swim and how to catch a fish,
But best of all, she knows how to be the best grandmother in the world to me.

38. Life’s Lessons Learnt

Dear grandma,
The small lessons of life that I learned from you,
You gave me so much love,
You don’t have a clue,
Never felt so warm as I felt it with you,
You are my reason, my strength,
With your blessings,
I could start everything so new,
I love you so much,
Longing for your touch!

39. Butterfly Laughter

In the middle of our porridge plates
There was a blue butterfly painted
And each morning we tried who should reach the
butterfly first.
Then the Grandmother said: “Do not eat the poor
That made us laugh.
Always she said it and always it started us laughing.
It seemed such a sweet little joke.
I was certain that one fine morning
The butterfly would fly out of our plates,
Laughing the teeniest laugh in the world,
And perch on the Grandmother’s lap.

—Katherine Mansfield

40. You Are The Gem

My dear grandma,
All your talks are so motivating,
All your ways so cool,
When I try to outsmart you,
I look like a fool,
Oh my dear grand mom,
You are so very sweet
You are the smile I just want to see
I love you to thee!

41. To A Grandmother

At six o’clock in the evening,
The time for lullabies,
My son lay on my mother’s lap
With sleepy, sleepy eyes!
(O drowsy little manny boy,
With sleepy, sleepy eyes!)
I heard her sing, and rock him,
And the creak of the swaying chair,
And the old dear cadence of the words
Came softly down the stair.
And all the years had vanished,
All folly, greed, and stain–
The old, old song, the creaking chair,
The dearest arms again!
(O lucky little manny boy,
To feel those arms again!)

— Christopher Morley

42. In Memory of Grandma

Memories grow
and memories fade,
But memories of Grandma
never go away.
Her smile rests in mine,
her hands help me sew,
her love fills my heart,
her spirit runs through my soul.
In memory of Grandma,
the trunk of my tree,
I live my life as her legacy.

— Michele Meleen

43. My Grandma

Poems for grandma

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My grandma has a cheerful smile when working in her garden,
She always hums a song that isn’t very long,
She lets me pick tomatoes and several ripened fruits,
“We’ll bake a pie,” she says,
“Or, maybe even two,
Once we’ve made some soup,”
We pause to rest upon the garden bench,
A lazy summer breeze lifts her straw hat and sends it sailing against the back door,
“I guess that’s our cue,” Grandma laughs and stands once more, grabbing baskets, she turns to me,
“Let’s go make something good to eat,” and reaches for my hand,
“I love you, Grandma,” I smile and notice a tiny tear that slips down her cheek.

44. Grandma’s House

My grandma’s house is a treasure chest
Just like my grandma, it is the best.
You will find many things to explore
When I arrive there is always an open door.
And, lots of things to take apart
From kitchen cupboards to the old wooden cart.
A house filled with warmth, laughter, and love
Our family thinks our Grandma was sent from heaven above.

—Catherine Pulsifer

45. Picture Perfect

Grandmothers are the very best,
In many more ways than one.
They dance, they sing,
They laugh, they play.
Never let you stick out your tongue.
They play in the garden and on the swing set.
Sometimes even in the sand.
And when you go to cross the street,
They reach out and hold your hand.
They love the flowers you pick,
And all the pictures you paint.
They also love the poems,
You do tend to make.
They may not like to cook,
And they may not like to clean,
But boy do they like to see
How happy you can be
When you’re with your grandma
On Mother’s Day.


46. A Golden Heart

A heart so golden and true
No matter what, she will always be here for you.
Through rain or snow, her love for you will always show.
I do believe God created her different from the rest.
Has she showed you she is nothing but the best?
Everyone knows the answer to that question.
Her love for you is something I don’t need to mention.

— Mary Lou Andrews

47. Aging Grandma

I see the old in her eyes
Sometimes it makes me wonder how long she will be alive
The wrinkles in her eyes are like wrinkles in time
I can see her youth through them sometimes
She is a lot more tired now and older than I remembered her to be
She is weak and loses her temper easily
She used to tell me stories and make me smile
Now she tells me the same story each night forgetting she already has told me
I love her and miss her even though she’s still here
I hope she will be with me for many more years

—Trish Sanderson

48. My Love For Grandma

Grandma’s love in every meal,
Her loyalty, a steadfast seal.
She lifts you when you’re feeling low,
Her laughter makes your happiness grow.

With humor and love, she’s a delight,
Inspiring us from morning to night.
My grandma, wonderful in every way,
Brightens each and every day.

— Unknown

49. Grandma

Your grandma is someone, you may depend,
A thoughtful lady, and wonderful friend.
About life, she understands,
Delicious food, magical hands.
Your grandma listens, with an open heart,
Has been there for you, right from the start.
She knows how to make things better,
Forget about email, write her a letter.
Your grandma will always love you dearly,
Tell her you love her, true and sincerely.
No matter the age, she has recently turned,
For your well-being, she’s forever concerned.

—Martin Dejnicki

50. Thank You Grandma

Thank you Grandma, for all you have done,
You shine brightly, just like the sun.
When I was a child, stories you’d read,
Took care of me, when I’d fall and would bleed.
Thank you Grandma, for all you have done,
A special lady, that knows how to have fun.
The entire family, you could entertain,
You always smile and never complain.
Thank you Grandma, for all you have done,
My appreciation and gratitude, you clearly won.
Just want to wish you, only the best,
With a Grandma like you, I have been blessed.

51. Precious Grandma

Precious grandma, my love for you is real,
Just a few words, to express how I feel.
You have always, been there for me,
Watched me grow, strong like a tree.
Precious grandma, you define kind,
Image of you, ingrained in my mind.
I hope to repay, with actions and words,
You taught me to fly, free like the birds.
Precious grandma, I’ll always be near,
There is nothing for you to fear.
You have taught me, the art of respect,
Your precious heart, I’m here to protect.

52. Growing Up With Grandma

I don’t know when it happened.
I don’t know when she came,
But she’s the one I always knew.
Grandma was her name.
She taught me how to tie my shoes.
She taught me how to talk,
And though I can’t remember,
I think she taught me how to walk.
When all the other kids in school
Would talk about Mom and Dad,
I wondered where my parents were;
That made me kinda sad.
And sometimes there were days I’d cry
Or hide my head in shame.
But Grandma took it all in stride
And loved me all the same.
She’d wrap her arms around me
And kiss me on the head.
She’d tell me that she loved me
When she tucked me into bed.
Being a teen, I remember the days
When being with friends was more fun.
And I wondered what it would have been like
To actually be someone’s son,
To have a regular family,
Some siblings, a mom, and a dad.
What had I done to deserve less than others?
Sometimes I felt so mad.
“It’s alright, it’s okay,” Grandma would say.
“One day you’ll understand why.
Life just isn’t fair to everyone, you see.
It’s always okay to cry.”
And when I went off to college,
I met the love of my life.
It was Grandma who was the first I told
That I planned to make her my wife.
Soon after I’d become a father,
For that I could hardly wait.
To have a child of my very own,
And to make my Grandma a “Great.”
A little girl to share her name,
For all that she’d given me.
So much I owed to Grandma.
That was plain to see.
As time passed and life grew short
I hoped my Grandma knew
That it was her love and her support
That always got me through.
If I could tell her one more thing,
“Thanks Grandma,” is what I ‘d say,
“For loving me and making me
The man I am today.”

— Candy Canan

53. My Grandmother

A very wise lady, that lives all alone,
So many things, she’s taught me and shown.
Lives life gracefully, independent and free,
Splendid host, try her cookies with tea.
Smiles a lot, contagiously cheerful,
Brave like a lion, rarely she’s fearful.
Mouth-watering dishes, I love when she cooks,
Wisdom in stories, won’t find in my books.
She’s my grandmother, fantastically unique,
Always listens, when I wish to speak.
She’s from the present, future, and past,
The love that she shows me: way beyond vast!

54. Nana’s Little Angel

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,
But I know that’s why all grandparents see though loving eyes.
Every day with you is precious;
I’m so grateful for the time.
Of all the grandparents in the world,
I’m thankful that you’re mine.

— Lindsey M. Moulton

55. Happy Grandmother’s Day

Dear grandma, today is your day,
You are the star, just want to say.
Expect plenty, hugs and attention,
You deserve, a much higher pension.
If you’re hungry, we should definitely eat,
Let’s begin, with something real sweet.
How about a delicious cake?
Should we buy one? Or should we bake?
Today is your day, you get to choose,
Let’s go shopping, for a nice pair of shoes.
The bottom line, you look great,
I think you’re ready, for a hot date.

—Martin Dejnicki

56. Shades of Purple

We stopped to see her work,
the stuff of kindergarten
And there you were,
reflected in the drawings,
the colors she chose,
to call her favorites,
to color her world,
her fingers this morning
Shades of purple,
your favorite color too
Worn with pride, with love
to honor you,
infused in her tribute as well

—Raymond A. Foss

57. First Time Grandma

You’ve waited for this, for such a long time,
With further delays, it’d be crime.
We all know, you’re super excited,
The look on your face, you’re purely delighted.
Being a grandma is sometimes a chore,
A little beauty, you will adore.
Lovely baby, shall often amaze,
For many years, you’ll love and help raise.
In a few moments, your world will be blessed,
Holding your grandchild, close to your chest.
This special baby, will love you dearly,
Need your guidance, and soft voice – sincerely.

—Martin Dejnicki

58. Dear Grandma

Dear Grandma, I remember
When you were there for me
Dear Grandma, I remember
Your smile was a joy to see
Dear Grandma, I remember
The wonderful dinners I had
I remember how you cared
You dried my tears when I was sad
Dear Grandma, I remember
All the wonderful things you gave
You would let us play around
You would always be there to wave
Dear Grandma, I remember
All your loving care
Helping when I was sick
You were always there
Dear Grandma, I remember
That you are there for me yet
Always a comfort to me
Dear Grandma, I wont forget

—Ivy Schex

59. Happy Birthday Grandma

Happy birthday grandmother

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Another birthday, another year,
A wonderful grandma, that’s your career.
We all enjoy, the simple things,
That life with you, regularly brings.
No need to count, candles or age,
Happiness is a permanent stage.
Inside our hearts, you have place,
You live life, with so much grace.
We enjoy spending time with you,
The love that we share, is honest and true.
We’d like to wish, many more,
Happy birthdays, just like before.

60. Grandma’s Wings

Grandma, I ponder where your wings reside,
In your closet, alongside what you hide?
Do they come out only when stars are in sight,
Or do you lend them to Rosie to gleam in the light?
You possess wings, I’m certain it’s so,
For God grants them to angels, I know.

— Unknown

61. Rest In Peace – Loving Grandma

My loving grandma, the day that you left,
Heart filled with pain, felt like a theft.
I feel so much sorrow, deep is my grief,
Now you’re not suffering, that’s a relief.
I hope sincerely, that you may rest in peace,
My love for you, shall never cease.
I miss you so much, deeply and dearly,
Remember your voice, forever and clearly.
For so many of us, you were our foundation,
A beautiful life, deserves a standing ovation.
Thank you grandma, for selflessly sharing,
My loving grandma, thoughtful and caring.

—Martin Dejnicki

62. Grandma

In your arms, a babe’s tender embrace,
Guiding me with your grace.
Through the years, forever near,
Teaching love, never to veer.

Understanding and kindness you’d bestow,
Your lessons, a bright and steady glow.
Through the seasons, you saw me grow,
In your love’s warmth, I’d always know.

Listening to my words, so keen,
Every written thought, you’d glean.
You stayed with me until the end,
When God called, my dearest friend.

Now you’re above, a radiant dove,
Showering me with your celestial love.
With all my heart, I’ll miss you, true,
For being there from the start, thank you.

— Anonymous

63. Kind Day With Grandma

It was a nice kind of a day
Its a special kind of granny love
Where she supports you in everything new
She comes and wipes your tears in pain
When you are feeling oh so blue
She makes you smile and gives you her luck
A special kind of granny love
She is your angel who loves you the most
She is your only guiding force
Of all the moments I have lived with you
I have learned to be better each day
I just want to thank you and say
That my granny I love you a lot!

64. April Violet

A new bloom
frilly and pink
between the rich and green
grafted and grown by your hands
warmed in the sun
given to me
gone but remembered
preserved in resin,
and memory

—Raymond A. Foss

65. Lucky To Have You

I am so lucky to have you
I am so lucky to be blessed with granny love
And to feel the warmth of granny dear
With you in life, I have the cheer
Can’t think of a day without you
When you were not there with me to see
My granny you are the idol I want to be like
The mind and body be alike
You have explained me the meaning of hope
With you, I have all the scope
With blessings and good life, I have had
The road of life has become easy to bear
Thank you my granny dear for always being there
I love you for everything!

66. My Lovely Grandma

Thinking of love, your face appears,
A treasure trove of memories through the years.
In your gentle lap, I’d find sweet rest,
Doodling my ears, we were truly blessed.

Nights together, your touch so mild,
Scratching my back, love undefiled.
Autumn leaves and raking fun,
Covered in leaves, two became one.

For the times I made you cry, I’m remiss,
From stubborn child to who I am, a twist.
In the rearview mirror, changes found,
A better me, on solid ground.

In these few words, I hope to convey,
The love and thanks I want to relay.
From my heart, simple and true,
Thanks, Grandma, for loving me, no matter what I’d do.

— Anonymous

67. My Guardian Angel

Are there guardian angels?
I believe so
For God gave me a beautiful lady
to help watch me grow
A lady so beautiful
inside and out
She had to be an angel
God let slip out
This lady’s a blessing
from the Lord up above
who taught me life’s lessons
through courage and love
A lady to protect me
from all of my fears
and love me and hold me
and wipe all my tears
A lady so special
she’s touched lives of many
and keeps us together
at all cost, if any
This lady is my Grandma
To her I do owe
all the joy life can bring
wherever she goes
I love you, Grandma
Thanks for being you

— Susan Perry

68. Adorable Grandma

I always admired you in life
I have always admired your strength my granny
The way you stand tall against all odds
The way you smile when you are sad
The way you replace good with bad
The way you are there to comfort
Me in each phase of life
My respect has increased with this passage of time
I wish that I get you in my next birth
I wish that I can call you all mine
My granny dear you are so blessed
Brush it on me as well
I can see the love for me in your eyes
You have taught me the meaning to survive
I love you very much
Please give your loving tough!

69. Legacy of Love

A wife, a mother, a grandma too,
This is the legacy we have from you
You taught us love and how to fight
You gave us strength, you gave us might.
A stronger person would be hard to find,
And in your heart you were always kind.
You fought for us all in one way or another
Not just as a wife not just as a mother.
For all of us you gave your best
And now the time has come for you to rest.
So go in peace, you’ve earned your sleep,
Your love in our hearts we’ll eternally keep.


70. A Grandmother’s Love

In grandma’s arms, I found my place,
A warm and loving, safe embrace.
With gentle eyes and silver hair,
She showed me how to love and care.
Her heart, a treasure, pure and gold,
A love that never does grow old.
She’d bake me cookies, sing sweet songs,
In her embrace, I always belonged.
She’d sacrifice her time and dreams,
To make my world a better scene.
With wisdom earned from life’s long road,
She paved the way, a love bestowed.

— Unknown

71. Granny’s Love

Granny love is so pure you know
There are not many moments to show
Granny love is there all the way
Teaches you to have your say
Its the love that is straight from the heart
As granny is indeed an important part
Cherish the love that she gives you
Feeling of contentment and oh so new
A love that has no condition and reason
So pure and blissful in every season
Thank you for the love you gave
You are the best my granny
I love you more than me!

72. Grandma’s Charm

You have that charm in life
Granny you have the charm that can’t match up with
Anything in the world
With you, I feel that comfort from within
With you, I feel so good
I wish that you be my granny next birth
And to that a loving ‘Touchwood’
Years of childhood have passed away
But I still follow your way
The values and that love you gave
Used to make my day
Granny I love you all the way
You are the best just want to say!

73. A Wonderful Grandmother

We had a wonderful grandmother
One who never really grew old
Her smile was made of sunshine
And her heart was solid gold
Her eyes were bright as shining stars
And in her cheeks fair roses you see.
We had a wonderful grandmother,
And that’s the way it will always be.
But take heed, because
She’s still keeping an eye on all of us,
So let’s make sure
She will like what she sees.

— Unknown

74. Grandma’s Sacrifice

In grandma’s kitchen, memories bloom,
With a love that fills up every room.
She’d cook and clean, with a tender heart,
Her selfless love is a work of art.
With laughter, stories, games to play,
She brightened our every passing day.
Her love, a beacon shining bright,
Guiding me through day and night.
In grandma’s love, I found my way,
Her sacrifices, I can’t repay.
A sweet and gentle soul, it’s true,
A love that never lessened but forever grew.


75. I’m A Lucky Grandchild

Buttons strung, memories unfold,
Her love more precious than any gold.
From humble means, our journey’s grace,
Supporting dreams, her warm embrace.

In my heart, her light does gleam,
Nana, at ninety-three, a cherished dream.

— Anonymous

76. Vintage Charm

Across my bed
I drape
a vintage
handmade quilt
sewn with precision
and loving care
it keeps me warm
it keeps me safe
as if
at night
still in the arms
of my sweet grand-mother
as if
at night
she were still here
With me with us

— Line Gauthier

77. Grandma’s Sweet Embrace

In grandma’s arms, a soft delight,
A love that soothes, like stars at night.
She’d tell me tales of days of old,
Her stories worth the weight of gold.
Her gentle and sweet nature, a blend so nice,
A heart so kind, like a warm pie’s slice,
Crafted with love, by grandma’s touch,
Her affection means so very much.
In her embrace, I found my grace,
A love that time can’t erase.
With every hug and tender kiss,
A grandma’s love is pure, endless bliss.

— Unknown

Note: The poems in this collection are not original works of MomJunction but have been sourced from various authors. No claim of ownership is being made by us. Credit has been given wherever the details were available. If you are the original author of any poem and wish to have it credited or removed, please contact us. We value the creative rights of authors and will address your request promptly.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What makes poems such a special way to express love and appreciation for grandma?

Poems are a beautiful way to express gratitude and love for grandmas. A poem dedicated to a grandma can convey emotions and affections in a way that words may not. These poems can be used not only on special occasions but also as a way to thank your grandma for all the kindness she has shown you.

2. What are the benefits of writing a poem for your grandma?

Poetically describing your love shows the thought and effort you put into expressing your feelings. Additionally, writing a poem for your grandma can strengthen your relationship with her and make her feel appreciated and valued.

3. What are some common themes in poems for Grandma?

Common themes in poems for Grandma include unconditional love, her charming nature, and intelligence. The poems also explore moments spent with Grandma and reminisce about the time spent with her, thus including nostalgia. Many poems also pay tribute to the things grandmothers do for their families under family and relationship themes.

You should always remember your grandparents and give humble respects to them for raising you and your parents in the best way possible. If you want to make your grandmother happy, you can share any of the poems on grandma listed above. You can read these poems and be inspired to compose your own poetry or ode for her. You can thank her, tell her how important she is in your life, and talk about her charm, affection, and the flavor of her meal through these poems. You can even write her a poem on her birthday or grandparents’ day.

Experience the beauty of grandmom’s love through enchanting poems in these heartfelt verses that capture the essence of the cherished bond between grandmothers and their grandchildren.

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