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Alliteration Sister Poems | Alliteration Poems About Sister

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Unsocial

Step silent, listen
for the sizzle-slither
of a sister

snake who listens

soft for me, slides
among stones,
subsides

to undersides
of shadows, striking 
soundless sinuous as 

S, then slips 
away

Copyright © Taylor Graham | Year Posted 2007

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GERRI

Generous, never stops giving
Energetic, never stops helping
Really loves her kids
Really lovable character
Is a dear, loving sister and I love her too.

Copyright © Dora Stefanides | Year Posted 2008

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A Sister

Dedicated to my sisters 
A sister loves.
A sister forgives.
A sister fights, but still loves. 
A sister trusts you.
A sister respects you.
A sister keeps you in their prayers.

A sister is family.
A sister is there for you.
A sister is there for you when you fall.
A sister is some one you can talk to.
A sister is some one you can cry on.
A sister is some one who won’t give up on you.
A sister is some one who you can laugh with.
A sister is some one who helps you in need.
A sister is some one who supports you.
A sister is some who is there with you in the hospital.
A sister is some one who encourages you to be a better person.
A sister is some one you can depend on to be there.

Copyright © Angel Hale | Year Posted 2008

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Silly Sister Sally Sue

Silly sister Sally Sue
Said she saw a smiley seal
Said it stole her sugary sap
Said I to she sarcastically
Certainly; sure a seal stole your sugary sap
Silly sister Sally Sue

Said she to me sardonically
It did it did
Didn't it Dean?

Diggy Dean of the Deep Deadlands
Did disagree with me too
Greatly grinning to Sally Sue

Stomping, shouting, sputtering spray 
I sold my sister to Simeon Sack on street sixty-seven
Who needed a nasty nonexistent no named nafty nutter
To serve him soup soda and shrimp

No such thing as a smiley seal
Stealing Sally Sue's sugary sap

Until Truthful Trina Tuggletooth told Tommy Teek it t'was

Copyright © Grace Englebreeze | Year Posted 2017