Grandparents stories, books, poems, and more

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Pop’s Nona and Harris go for an exploring walk in the woods only to get lost and caught in a storm overnight, relying on Harris to find shelter and their way home. Read More
A short rhyming story about an act of kindness shown by a West Highland Terrier to his new friend, Hamish the Hedgehog, and what happens when he agrees to take Hamish band of Fleas on a short holiday..... Read More
A final visit to the family farm before being sold elicits memories and mourning. Read More

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Comments: 5

Shelves: 2

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A short heartwarming story about a girl and her grandfather who pick blueberries as a tradition every summer. © Copyright 2020 BriannasBooks Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 11, 2018

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For my paternal grandfather Frank, who died 05/01/2011 Written 28/11/2018 and 04/12/2018 Read More
What do you really know about your family? Would it fill a poem, or a novel, or just be a blank page? Bert seems to wonder. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 26, 2018

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A poem about one of the best family members I have ever had. Read More
A young girl discovers the mystery of where her grandparents disappeared too after they were dead and found there treasure to save there parents home from being Foreclosed upon. Read More

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Poem / Poetry

February 21, 2017

This poem is about two-year-old twin toddlers that lost their parents during wartime in Iraq. Their parents were friends of mine. I was stationed at the same base in northern California. The grandparents (who were wonderful) adopted the twins. The twins were their whole life. While writing this poem I'm… Read More
They didn’t have a right to ask me of things when they had stolen away everything. But when they did, I was the biggest, fattest and ugliest liar ever. Life was cruel that way. Read More
A small girl has a bad start in life, but finishes well. Read More
When you reach the age that your family sends you off to a place that's called a "home", you'd be surprised at the treatment of your loved one's. What you're paying for, what Medicare pays for. It's no wonder your loved one does everything they can to prove that they… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is just a little piece of the day of my birth and about a family member who I never really got to meet but I will always know. Like I said before, everything I write for all of you is true. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 10, 2014

Memories are what make us happy, what make us who e are. They are the building blocks for our personalities. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 02, 2013

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Have you ever HOPED for something to happen? Something that might make your life perfect? I have. Most of the time, hoping (Or wishing but whatever) something can help you. But sometimes, it's not gonna happen. (This poem is fiction. This isn't about me or people that I know. This… Read More
The thoughts of an old women who has gotten alzheimers. She sits alone in her room looking at an old photo album. Read More
A short piece about my my grandmother's house in Virginia. Read More
Three grandfathers decide to put youngsters on the straight and narrow. Read More
Abbey hates to admit it. She hated it more than anything. that she was scared. The truth was, yes.. she was really, really scared. But she never wanted to admit it for anyone. Not even for herself. But for what? For what was she so scared of? well, basically everything.… Read More

Essay / Memoir

January 17, 2013

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Comments: 1

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A memory that has always puzzled me about my alarm, regarding the birds, is of me at my grandparent's house in Mississippi. Read More

Essay / Memoir

July 14, 2012

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The one word that changed my life the most was "no." This is a nonfiction account of the most powerful word in our language, written in loose essay format. Read More
Hi, my name is Robert Josh Samsen and this is the story of my life story. I believe it provides a different outlook on life and it may bring tears. To others, it might be boring but to me, it's from the heart; a heart that I was born with… Read More
this is a opem i wrote my grandma. i never got to meet her so i wrote this. Read More
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