Famous poets have written Grandparents Day poems that are endearing. Here, we have enlisted some poetry for Grandparents Day. Share these poems with your grandparents on Grandparents Day make your celebration special and show them how much you care! Happy Grandparents Day 2019 Date in United States
National Grandparents Day has more than one foundation. In any occasion, National Grandparents Day become eventually signed into law via President Jimmy Carter in 1978. Marian McQuade acquired a smartphone call from the White House to advise her of this event. Many humans accept as true with that National Grandparents Day turned into inspired by her efforts. A presidential proclamation on September 6, 1979, made these days reliable – it precise Sunday, September 9, 1979, (being the “first Sunday of September following Labor Day”) as National Grandparents Day.
Great Grandparents Day Poem
Grandparents Day poem – 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!!!
Grandparents Day poem: Great-Grandmother A Beautiful Woman
Strong, beautiful black woman, so peaceful and serene,
You deserve to live in Paradise and shown the finer things.
Life has dealt you plenty of cards, some winning, others bad,
And tides have brought in waves of memories: both happy and sad.
Gracious, beautiful black woman, so wonderful and divine,
You’ve endured many heartaches-oh, the world is so unkind!
Your speech is confident, your eyes are soft and your walk is hard and bold
Your laugh equals happiness, your heart contains love, and hides the stories untold.
Tired, beautiful black woman, so patient and so calm,
It’s funny how you hold the family’s fear within your palm!
With wrinkles, stress, and worn-torn hands, tell me how do you smile so…
When you’ve traveled this long, endured all this pain, and still have miles to go?
Blessed, beautiful black woman, so collected and confident,
I can’t imagine a gift greater than you-your love is Heaven sent.
Don’t you dare give up now, just stay strong, your reward is comin’…
Strong, courageous, gracious, blessed, and beautiful black woman.
Grandparents Day poem: 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.
Grandmother Poem — Goodbye
I know this day will come
Where I will have to say goodbye
I sometimes wish it will never come
But you have to let go and say always
be in my heart with love till I die
If you may knock on the door before I
Please say goodbye my sunshine and
I will always love you in a
matter of mind
For if I may see the light before
I wrote this a day ahead to let
you know how much you mean
So please read and understand
before you let go of my hand
Thank you for your help
When I was sad
And in need of a smile
‘Cause I was mad
For all the people you are
around your spirit stays
in their heart
The unloved can’t forget your beautiful
Thank you for standing right beside me
and helping me through my troubles
Not leading me so I may follow or
walking in a back of me so I may not
But as we know nothing last forever
we have to say goodbye
So I appreciate the leadership and I
will never forget the memories of
friendship that we have
I will always love you and remember
your caring love
The one thing that will hurt me and
stay till the day I pass is to say
Don’t worry I’ll open the gate to heaven
and see your smile once again
Always remember a goodbye is not
I love you Nana sunshine)
Grandmother Poem – 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
Poems About Grandchildren
My Child’s Child
a journey in my mind today
I watch the years fly, where is my little boy?
The pictures that tell a story of how you grew so fast.
Once a little boy with trucks and slides
to fill your day.
A grown man now who changed his name.
A precious little flower,
a kiss from heaven was born today.
She’ll call him Daddy, looking in her eyes,
his reflection he will see.
Finally, he will understand the love I feel for him.
In an instant, his world will change forever.
His journey in life on a new path, one filled with
Crayons, finger-paint, and giggles.
Finding pleasure in everyday things, the world
Will look brand new.
I never thought I could love my little boy more
But on this day when he placed my grandchild in
My arms I swear I do.
I realize what a gift we received.
My child’s child
amazed as I kiss her soft cheek.
I will reach for my son’s hand,
to offer encouragement and support.
Yesterday’s memories tucked away in my heart.
Looking forward to what tomorrow will bring.
Amazed by the love I have for both of them.
A part of my soul he now passes to her.
The best father he wants to be.
A secret I whisper to him
A life filled with honesty and unconditional love
That, my son, is the key.
Grandparents Day poem: Grandma’s Pie
Apple pie reminds me of my Grandma
She always made me one for holidays
She knew it was my favorite, and hers
Was by far the best.
I was with her when she first got sick
Taking care of her, I wasn’t ready to lose her yet.
Giving her a bath and curling
Always looking so beautiful and
Hiding her pain.
I wish I had been there
My life always so busy.
I was still hoping
For years not months.
I went to her in the night.
Holding her hand
And lying by her side.
Fighting back tears
When things got bad knowing for her this I had to do.
She didn’t want tears; we had talked when she
First got sick.
Be strong she was going to the Lord.
She wasn’t afraid to go.
She lived a life full of love.
Tell me to remember our times together and that she would
Always be in my heart.
She will see me again when it was my turn.
I will never forget the last week with my grandma.
Taking care of her
And having memories to last me till I see her again.
We had such a
Special last day together.
Lots of hugs and kisses wishing this wouldn’t end.
I wasn’t there when she left.
I was only gone a week.
Trying not to feel guilty I wasn’t there to hold her hand.
She would have not changed it.
Such a giving woman never thinking of herself.
My grandma is gone now.
I have to go through life now figuring it out by myself.
No more wisdom to give.
How shall I live without her?
The family just won’t be the same.
I look at her pictures and see her smile.
I know she is looking down at me.
She does not hurt; she is with our loved ones.
I hope grandma will still send me pies from heaven.
Grandparents Day poem: Missing My Grandma’s Touch
I miss you Grandma
I miss your touch
Our memories I carry with me
Our special times together, I miss much.
Fried apple pies and sonkers
Homemade fruitcakes at Christmastime
An aroma of love filled her kitchen
There was only one Grandma like mine.
Grandma was in love with red
Her color shined all around
In her flowers and garden, a delight
Red birds did much abound.
Grandma’s words of wisdom and wit
Put your faith in the Lord, come what may
A determination that spoke never quit
She would tell me, where there’s a will there’s a way.
What an honor to know my Grandma
Her smile and presence had meant so much
I thank the Lord for making her
For you see it was Him who gave her that touch.
Love Between Grandmother And Grandchild
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.