Grandparents day poems
are listed here for you to copy and use in grandparents day cards. Grandparents are wise, generous, loving and giving.
Show them you care on grandparents day.
Grandma and Grandpa poems from the kids are great to attach to gifts.
I spent so much time with my grandma (we used to call her nan). She was a very special person in my life and baked us cakes to take to school on our birthdays. We planted sunflower seeds every year and had fun guessing how tall they would grow. She made the best orange marmelade and lemon cake.
I have many happy memories of the time we spent together and miss her every day. Appreciate your grandparents and show them how much you love them with grandparents poems.
If you are feeling poetic have a go at composing your own grandparents day poems.
Grandparents day will take place on September 11th 2016.
I really feel quite special
That God has chosen you.
To be a person in my life
Who knows me through and through.
The time that we spend talking,
I've always felt you heard...
You've been so good at listening
To each and every word.
And even things I didn't share,
You somehow heard them too.
I think this is a special gift
That God has given you.
So I just want to thank you
For being there for me,
And showing me acceptance
And love so totally.
Ever since the day I was born.
You have nurtured me with love and kindness.
You have been someone I can believe in,
And someone I can depend upon.
In this world I am just staring to understand.
And it's important to me that you know
How grateful that I am,
For all that you give to me,
For all that you teach me,
And for the strength I will always have,
Because of you, grandma.
Grandmother, on a winter's day,
Milked the cows and fed them hay;
Slopped the hogs, harnessed the mule,
And got the children off to school.
Did a washing, mopped the floors,
Washed the windows and did some chores,
Cooked a dish of home-dried fruit,
And pressed her husband's Sunday suit.
Swept the parlor, made the beds,
Baked a dozen loaves of bread,
Split the firewood, lugged some in,
(enough to fill the kitchen bin.)
Churned the butter, baked a cake,
And then exclaimed, "For goodness sake,
Those darned calves are out again!"
Went and chased them into the pen.
Gathered the eggs, locked the stable,
Back to the house to set the table;
Cooked a supper that was delicious,
Afterward washed up all the dishes.
Fed the cat, sprinkled the clothes,
Mended a basket full of hose,
Then opened the organ and began to play
"When You Come to the End of a Perfect Day!"
Grandma's Hugs are Made of Love
Everything my grandma does
is something special made with love.
She take 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!
Few can bring the warmth
We can find in their embrace,
And little more is needed to bring love.
Than the smile on their face.
They've a supply of precious stories,
Yet they've time to wipe a tear,
Or give us reasons to make us laugh,
They grow more precious through the years.
I believe that God sent us Grandparents
As our legacy from above,
To share the moments of our life,
As extra measures of His love.