Poem About Grandmother – Speaking of family, everyone will immediately remember the father, grandparent, grandmother, mother, child, sister, daugther, brother, and the warmth of the household. Yes, some personnel and one such situation are the main factors underlying the formation of the family. Without personnel or conditions, the family will not function properly.
The family is family.
We laugh, misunderstand, quarrel, true, sometimes silent, mingle again, laugh again, then offend, then accuse each other, then cry, then sad, then wake up again, then laugh again, and so, and like that, and so on … But that’s family. Without it, we are nothing.
Let’s be grateful for our family.
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Poem About Grandmother
The face of each mother’s
He is no longer young
But has been consumed by age
Days, months or even years
We are together, laughing freely
Makes me happy all day
You often tell me before bed.
Willing to waste time for your grandson
Bend of both beautiful eyeballs radiating from you grandmother
Which is getting more and more wistful
A disease that makes you lie down
Where the grandmother did not want it.
Ah grandmother may you rise fast
Standing straight up mourning the fate of chastity
For a more enjoyable tomorrow.
Be present in my dream ..
So that this sense of longing is cured …
O bird of the wander deliver this simple poem ..
To my grandmother ..
Who is again lying in the hospital
This simple poem I made ..
To describe how much I missed you …
With grandma ..
My best regards to you who gave birth to my mother.
Do not miss a slip of prayer that I recite to you.
So you’ll get better soon.