Presenting grandpa with poetry on Father's Day is a good idea. Read some poems meant for grandfather here.

Father's Day Poems for Grandfather

Father's Day is a time when we make our dad and all the father figures in our lives, including our grandpa, feel special. There are times when we just look up to these people for their wisdom and aegis. Amongst all these people, a grand dad is the one who adores us, spoils us and pampers us the most. Don't we love all his mollycoddling, his words of comfort and his didactic bedtime stories? If you have a doting and loving grandfather in your life; Father's Day brings you the perfect opportunity to treat him with a really nice gift. What can be a better gift than a handwritten poetry for your grandpa? Check out the list of poems given here and surprise your grandfather with a cute poem on this Father's Day.

To my Grandpa

I just want to let you know
You mean the world to me.
Only a heart as dear as yours,
can give so unselfishly

The many things you have done;
All the times that you were there.
Help me know deep down inside,
How much you care.

Even though I might not say
I appreciate all you do
Richly blessed is how I feel
Having a grandfather like you!
- Joyce

Walking With Grandpa

I like to walk with Grandpa,
His steps are short like mine.
He doesn't say "Now hurry up!"
He always takes his time.
Most people have to hurry,
They do not stop and see,
I'm glad that God made Grandpa
"Unrushed" and young like me.
- Rodney O. Hurd

Thank You

Thank You for everything,
Everything you are.
Thank you for the loving hand,
The support and care.

Thank You for being my grandpa -
the best person in my life.
Thank You for being always with me,
through happiness and strife.
- Anonymous

Grandfathers Are Fathers Who Are Grand

Grandfathers are fathers, who are grand,
Restoring the sense that our most precious things
Are those that do not change much over time.
No love of childhood is more sublime,
Demanding little, giving on demand,
Far more inclined than most to grant the wings
Allowing us to reach enchanted lands.
Though grandfathers must serve as second fathers,
Helping out with young and restless hearts,
Each has all the patience wisdom brings,
Remembering our passions more than others,
Soothing us with old and well-honed arts!
- Nicholas Gordon