Patricia Grantham

Gold Star - 4,663 Points (Moncks Corner, South Carolina)

Patricia Grantham Poems

1. Birthday Blessings 6/3/2015
2. Muhammad Ali 6/18/2015
3. Home At Last -new- 6/28/2015
4. Keepsakes 4/10/2015
5. A Memorial 5/21/2015
6. Down Under 10/13/2014
7. Sleep 12/28/2012
8. Limerick.2/A Curious Cat 11/6/2013
9. Haiku.4 - Aim High 10/16/2014
10. The Eyes (Ayes) Have It 3/24/2015
11. Sonnet.2/Loves Embrace 10/13/2013
12. Stay In School 2/4/2013
13. Limerick.4 - One Of A Kind 9/19/2014
14. Love Scorned, Love Forlorned 1/13/2013
15. Child's Play 8/5/2014
16. The Discarded Tree 1/2/2015
17. Love Blind 12/12/2014
18. Metamorphosis 8/21/2014
19. In Full Bloom 12/2/2014
20. Truly Amazing 6/7/2014
21. Peace 1/6/2013
22. South Carolina 3/15/2015
23. A Lone Sparrow 3/16/2015
24. The Chosen Few 7/17/2014
25. From One To One Hundred 11/10/2014
26. A Shelter 1/30/2014
27. Le Lunar 1/27/2015
28. Always 3/24/2015
29. Ode To Maya Angelou 6/25/2014
30. The Porch 1/11/2013
31. Haiku.2 - Stay Calm 11/6/2013
32. Under One Roof 9/27/2014
33. Limerick.3 - My Shadow 8/13/2014
34. The Human Chain 12/27/2013
35. Broken Mirrors 10/16/2014
36. The Roads Of Life 1/18/2013
37. My Best Friend 1/2/2015
38. The Greatest Gift 12/10/2013
39. Tale Of An Unforgiving Heart 2/12/2013
40. Love Is 3/7/2013
Best Poem of Patricia Grantham

A Faithful Friend

How many of you can find a faithful friend?
That will stick close by you unto the very end
When trouble comes they will never forsake
Always ready to give more than they will take

A friend like that is so very hard to find
One you can count on to talk and unwind
Someone that's concerned about how you feel
Cares for you deeply with a love that's real

A friend when in need is a friend indeed
Show yourself friendly by sowing the seed
How sweet are the words spoken between friends
Just like a balm that heals or a needle that mends

A friend that ...

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A Memorial

Risked their lives to protect and defend
Separation from family took time to mend
Walked on mine fields, waded through waters
Left behind many wives, sons and daughters

Fought for our country to keep it free
All are the heroes who died for you and me
Some battles was lost and others were won
Toiling until the rising and setting of the sun

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