Best Funeral Poems for Grandma

quotes for grandma

While some never get to meet their grand mothers, for others they might be a beacon of knowledge and happiness. I’ve tried to complied a list of the best funeral poems for grandma. As usual feel free to modify the funeral poems for grandma with any modification you see fit.

1) Funeral Poem My Mothers Garden

My Grand Mother kept a garden.
A garden of the heart;
She planted all the good things,
That gave my life it’s start.

She turned me to the sunshine,
And encouraged me to dream:
Fostering and nurturing
The seeds of self-esteem.

And when the winds and rains came,
She protected me enough;
But not too much, she knew I’d need
To stand up strong and tough.

Her constant good example,
Always taught me right from wrong;
Markers for my pathway
To last my whole life long.

I am my Grand Mother’s garden,
I am her legacy.
And I hope today she feels the love,
Reflected back from me

(Author Unknown)

2) Funeral Poem Nana

To my dearest darling Nana,
Up in Heaven, high above,
I know today you’re with us all,
And sending all your love.
 
Today we all remember you,
And bid you one last goodbye,
Celebrate the life you’ve had
And maybe have a cry.
 
You’ll never be forgotten Nan,
I’ll just close my eyes and see,
Your smiling face and feel your love
And you’ll be close to me.
 
You had such a long life,
So many have so less,
It was your time, the Angels came,
And placed you with the best.
 
So dear Nana, up above
Although your no longer here,
In my heart is where I’ll keep you,
Forever, you’ll be near.

A Poem for Grandma

By an Unknown Author

Grandma, you were just a girl,
So many years ago.
You had your loves and had your dreams,
You watched us come and go.

You watched us make the same mistakes,
That you had made before,
But that just made you hold us tight,
And love us all the more.

We haven’t always thought about
The things that you have seen.
To us you’ve just been ‘Grandma’,
No thought of who you’ve been.

But we remember now in love,
Your life from start to end,
And we’re just glad we knew you,
As Mother, and as Friend.

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