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Life's one of the sweetest companion is your grandma on this Mothers Day let her know how much you care with poems for Grandma

Grandma Poems

She looks like an older version of mother but behaves like a friend; she keeps us into safekeeping and brings the possibility of getting a beating from our mother to an end. She buys us candies when our mom doesn’t give us the money; she buys us balloons when our dad says "you’ll not get any". She tells us folks of the yore that we know aren’t true; but we don’t complain as listening to them made time flew. She sings lullabies to send us to sleep at night; kissing us on the forehead and wishing "you sleep tight honey, alright". She is our grandmother, one of our sweetest companions and the position she occupies in our hearts and lives cannot be replaced by anyone. The love that she has for us is innate and her presence in our life makes it all the more worthwhile. They shower us with unconditional love and accept us the way we are, without trying to bring about any changes. They remember all our accomplishments and forget all our mistakes. Go through the lines below and get some touching Mother's Day poetry to express your love for your granny.

Mother's Day Poems for Grandma

Wonderful Grandma
A grandmother is a remarkable woman.
She's a wonderful combination of
warmth and kindness, laughter and love.
She overlooks our faults, encourages our dreams,
and praises our every success.

A grandmother has the wisdom of a teacher,
the sincerity of a true friend,and the tenderness of a mother.
She's someone we admire, respect and
love very much.

A grandmother will always have a cherished
place in our memories and in our hearts.
She's someone for whom we want every happiness
in return for the joy she always brings.

A grandmother is all the dear and precious
things in life...
When she's a grandmother like you.
- By Anonymous

Grandma Doesn't Care
Grandma Doesn't Care
I got some jam on her new couch,
But Grandma doesn't care.
I lost my toothbrush, dropped a glass,
My old jeans have a tear.
I tipped the cat dish on the floor,
My feet are always bare,
The way I look is a disgrace,
But, Grandma doesn't care.
She's very busy, then she sees,
The tangles in my hair
She gets a brush, I make a fuss,
But, Grandma doesn't care.
When I am grown, and on my own,
When visits become rare,
I won't forget the love I'd get
When Grandma didn't care.
- By Anonymous

Grandma's Love
Grandmas give you lot of chocs
And let you stay up late,
Then they give you lots of pop
And sweeties by the crate.
They tell you brilliant stories of when
Mum & Dad were small
You then find out the real truth,
They weren't so good at all
They're Father Christmas all year round
They never ever bug you.
With massive hearts and open arms
Just waiting there to hug you
- By Anonymous

My Grandma
The way it smells when she cooks.
When you’re bad, the way she looks.
How she would do anything to help a friend.
The way she’ll stick by you until the end.
She's one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.
Unless you get on her bad side, then you’re in for a treat.
The way she’ll cheer you up when you’re down.
And how she helps you to turn your frown.
The way she jokes and laughs with me,
Her soul so kind, so sweet, so free.
She inspires me in different ways every day.
My grandma is wonderful in every way.
- Bridget A Miller

Poem About Grandma
A baby cradled in your arms,
Teaching me your gentle charms.
Growing up with you by my side,
Learning from you never to lie.
To understand and not judge too,
Love and kindness I also learned from you.
Through the years you watched me grow,
Teaching me everything I’d need to know.
Listening to every word I’ve said,
And every word I’ve wrote you’ve read.
You’ve been there for me to the end,
Until the day for you, God did send.
Now you watch me from up above,
Shining down on me your heavenly love.
I will miss you with all my heart,
Thank you for being there from the start.
- Michele S Reeves