Susan Perry's "My Guardian Angel" and Kaili S. Kowalski's "To My Nana" are both sweet poems that are dedicated to grandmothers who are living. Jennifer R. Boker's "Grandma" and April Johnson's "I Was Thinking of Love, and You Came to Mind" are both sweet poems addressed to deceased grandmothers.
Perry's "My Guardian Angel" describes an angelic grandmother who is beautiful both inside and out. The speaker describes this grandmother as a teacher, protector and nurturer. Kowalski's "To My Nana" describes a grandmother who reliable and always available when the speaker needs her.
The speaker in Boker's "Grandma" expresses the wish to have her deceased grandmother back in her life again. In Johnson's "I Was Thinking of Love, and You Came to Mind," the speaker reminisces about her experiences with her grandmother, longing to "rewind" her life and live those experiences again.