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Short Little Sister poem by Frances King| Details | |

It's How You Look At It ...


“I’m afraid! It’s dark!”

“Close your eyes, little sister.

You won’t see it then …”

Short Little Sister poem by Jesse Jones| Details | |

Untitled #209 / Nancy Wilson #1

Nancy Wilson!
How could I have forgotten you!
Because you’re the little sister!
Because you’re so down to earth!

Short Little Sister poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

WE TOOK THE KIDS ALONE

we when  to a new land
we had other on hand
by right just me and wife
they carry on
didn't won't be left  at home
so we
TOOK THE KIDS 
ALONE

Short Little Sister poem by Allan Granstrom| Details | |

Kathy

I love my sister
The way she smiled with her eyes
She smiles for the Lord


My sister Kathy passed last night.
Rest in peace little sister.You 
were too good for this world. 

Short Little Sister poem by Secret Poet| Details | |

For my Sister

A baby through her infancy searching for her life’s path, the next stop childhood but this would be her last, never to reach adulthood or to even have a past, my innocent little sister stolen by the stars.

Short Little Sister poem by Josh Nipper| Details | |

Little Sister in Front of All

She sits in front of them all.
Her nerves eating her alive.
The butterfly's in her gut are trying to carry her off.
She wont back down though.
My little sister stands out there alone.
She stands out there with the world to prove.

Short Little Sister poem by Dr. Upma A. Sharma| Details | |

My sweet sister



HE then granted my wish,
Little sister in my lap would swish,
As if an angel stepped down the heaven,
Diamond of my eyes, sparkles to ravish ,
Born today, day and month both seven !



Written on 7/7/14
For my sweet little sis on her birthday

Short Little Sister poem by Christina Williams| Details | |

Blessing

Priceless pearl
my hidden diamond
love's sweet jewel

Heaven sent
Angelic countenance
Beauty so pure

Lovely daughter
your character delights
my devotion forever

Heartbeat on screen
My unbelief ceased
the moment
You
first squeezed my finger






Short Little Sister poem by Rhonda Osheim| Details | |

Sisters

Rosie,
My little sister,
My toddler baby.
Nibbling, Munching,
On rubarb.
The other one sitting there,
Shivering.
I pick her up,
I read to her,
And tell her it will be okay.
My little sister,
My baby darling,
Patty O.
Xoxo
My sisters!

Short Little Sister poem by Twelve Noon| Details | |

My Dearest Little Sister

My dearest little sister, who I adore..
God blessed me with you, forevermore.

Side by side, we will always be..
Through tears and heartache, I will never leave..

Through life's trials we will work them out together..
What I am trying to say is I will love you forever...

Short Little Sister poem by Brian Kilpatrick| Details | |

Little Sister Do You Remember

Do you remember 
When the moon
Danced with sun
On an early spring morning
When we use to rise
Like eagles in the sky
When we skipped
Like an otter in the sea
When butterflies
Multiplied in the fields
As we walked
Hand in hand to school
Little sister do you remember

Short Little Sister poem by Kevin Potter| Details | |

Home Sweet Home

There is a place that I call home
my little sister's hair I do comb

I help my mom cook dinner
my little brother says its a winner

We all go walking in the park 
until the sun goes dark

I never have had the nice cloths or gear
but in this home all I need is love no fear

Short Little Sister poem by Fiona Hauber| Details | |

sister

all this hurt thats building up inside
is caused by you
all these tears that i cried
Are caused by you
i remember 10 years ago
when i was sitting at home
waiting for you, my little sister
to arrive
now my insides died
as i sit and wait
but only to wait for you to not arrive

Short Little Sister poem by Jonathan James| Details | |

To my little sister on her wedding day...

To my little sister, on her wedding day...
well, what can I say?
As you don't need any help from me,
you have a man who loves you dearly.
But if you ever have a problem - big, or small
you can always give me a call - 
although you won't have the same name as me...
my little sister, you'll always be.

Short Little Sister poem by Rebecca Workman| Details | |

Trinity

A girl as lovely as a rose
With the face of a angel
The spirit of a dove
And a heart full of love.

As beautiful as a sunset
With hair that waves
Her beauty comes along
With her childish ways.

A kid that has it all
Beauty,love,peace
All of an angel
She's my little sister
A precious one at that.


Short Little Sister poem by Edward Hill| Details | |

Brother and his newborn sister

For the very first time
He discovers a new face
As he stares into her eyes
She drifts off into space.

“This is my little sister?”
He questions the man above.
“Why she is very beautiful.”
“Pure as a heavens dove!”

For the very first time
He held her in his hands
He too, then drifted off
Now he understands.

Short Little Sister poem by Harold Hunt sr| Details | |

Need for healing hands

Need of healing hands.
Dear God,
  Lay your healing hands on those that need.
May your hands take what's wrong away.
Don't shy away from this call.
We all pray for their needs.
Lay your hands on the sick 
And take the pain from them to fix.
Lay your healing hands on their head.
Bless them as we pray in your name 
Amen.

Short Little Sister poem by Veronica Aicher| Details | |

A Tribute To My Sister

I had a little sister
Who grew up to be my friend
I thought we'd always be together
Until the very end
We shared so many memories 
Of times we were young and carefree
Even though she is no longer here
She'll always be with me
Day after day year after year
I will always remember her with a whole lot of laughter
And few little tears

Short Little Sister poem by Heather Burt| Details | |

Torn

I am so torn , 
Every since you were born , 
Watching you grow up , 
From a little pup , 
2 years later , 
You have gotten much greater,
3 years after that , 
I turned into a little brat , 
5 years later and your ten , 
I am not like I was then ,
I am just torn . 
                            ( Dedicated to my little sister Shalleigh)

Short Little Sister poem by Gwendolyn Coffey| Details | |

Remembering When

I remember when...
We'd run around the yard.
And play 'til the sun set.
We had so much fun.
Never had any regret.

I remember when...
We had all those fights.
With every word that was said.
I wish I could take it all away.
No longer feel this dread.

I remember when...
We use to be so close.
When we had it all.
Let's forget the past.
Our love was never small.

Short Little Sister poem by Renee Simmers| Details | |

I Love You (Lil Sis)

I never realized just how much i loved you,
until that very day.
the day you had to leave me alone,
the day you wanted to throw your life away.
you as my little sister,
the person ive know all my life,
had to go somewhere special.
all because of a knife.
i love you so much an i want you to know,
that i will always be here for you,
&& i will never ever go. 

Short Little Sister poem by Catherine Trout| Details | |

Lessons

     I tried to drown my sorrows, but they learned to swim.  Which taught me you can't run, you can't hide from our less than perfect side.  Even though the dog paddle is all you know.  Try hard to swallow your pride.  Because sorrow is along for the ride.  Sorrow teaches us to realize and appreciate the times that don't bring tears to our eyes~~Blessings  Catfish      3/17/2014

Short Little Sister poem by Kacey Greenlee| Details | |

''Myself as a whole''

Lost at times.I feel movement but, mind is still.Haunted by memories of my mother.God rest
her soul.Longing for my little sister Nicole.Where have you gone?I miss you so much.I wake
up to baby,his soft skin I touch.Housework,and books most of my day.I can't stop writing,I
can't put my pen away.Passion in my heart floods,like a river rising.Every day is
new,always surprising.

Short Little Sister poem by Anonymous Ah| Details | |

Little Sister

Little sister's seen it all happen to you
She's been exposed and could not care less
Get in the car, open up, undress
Little sister, she's no fool
She's seen it all happen to you

Hold it in, tuck it in, behind teas and cakes
Does she really learn from your mistakes?
Will her innocent face take the blame?
She's done bad, bad things compared to you
Slicker, smarter, crazy little fool

Short Little Sister poem by Robert Pettit| Details | |

Good Morning Joanie

I just woke up and what should I see? It’s another cold rainy morning in Milwaukee. Hello Shortcake. Going out in the rain will get you wet. A cold or the flu is something you can easily get. That’s not the way to start the new year. Here, put on my warm leather jacket I have here. Being Richie’s little sister, you are somebody I like. I really like you as much as my bike.

Short Little Sister poem by Louise Riveiro - Mitchell| Details | |

My Little Sister

My little sister so wild and free
Always walking ahead of me
Never afraid to take any test
Papa’s pride, his little princess
You loved a brave as wild as you
And to this day you still do
But there was another who loved you so
And he stepped aside and let you go
You never looked back to see
Another loved him it was me
And now after all this time
The wolf has his doe
And the hawk is mine

Short Little Sister poem by Raymond Ngomane| Details | |

Defied Kisses

Blasting sounds of tears
Fears are doomed to be passing
Mountain of affection provoke fake emotions
Raining thoughts of tress grow broken branches of feelings
Tribulations and trials in court cases
When Species promise you kisses
From the roots of hatred
Growing fears of affection
It’s a sip of a pois0ners kiss
My words avenge my time of death
It’s a kiss from the pois0ners snake
Never mind my brains
I am the prisoner of hate
You owe me a healthy kiss

Short Little Sister poem by DON JOHNSON| Details | |

Komment

Robert H The twists n turns, the fire that burns, in life’s sweet meditations, Patience saw ol Rex did squirm, did she did him in, the lation:) Liz Shivers here babe, emotions slave, but in the mind we often grasp, the tender words, the little laugh, when love was sweet n brave :) Joyce An it flows n flows n on it goes, great verse here little sister, yes you are right, the Lord the light, the ever glowing Mister:)
Don Johnson 12-aug-11

Short Little Sister poem by arzoo akbar| Details | |

shoo-- there is some one at door

shoo ------ there's some one at door 
but why so ? so late night ?

is there any post man or any grocer ....
noooo it can't , any one who works at day but knock the door at night 

it is a ghost ? oh it seems 
it is a GHOST !!!

 a big horror !!
yaa iam going t open the door
slowly , slowly , slowly 

but , but who's there ?

yep its seems i had some dreams its no one
its my little sister who slept on the bed and had fall,

and made a big noise!

Short Little Sister poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details | |

Meet BG


Barbara Jean Funny, friendly, bashful and sometimes bone-headed Little sister of Dr. Daniel Merrill Lover of the written word, my grandchildren and the natural world I feel wonder at new life, love for my friends, and confusion with math Afraid for the environment, abused women and children, and afraid of snakes I would like to see Machu Picchu, my mothers's face once more and The Giants win the World Series Resident of Vacaville, Ca Gorelick

Short Little Sister poem by Kushal Poddar| Details | |

to one who was never born

to one who was never born 


I cannot fit you amongst dead sisters; 
put you to sleep with humming lullaby.

I cannot, for you 
have never been born.

Mapping a womb sometimes reveals you, 
coiling, illusory and innocent.

Just any womb 
carrying a girl.

You seem iridescent midst mother’s warmth; 
it means nothing to you, if you may

never be born as
my little sister

whom I have not put to sleep with a song.


© 2009 - All Rights Reserved Kushal Poddar

Short Little Sister poem by John Monteblanco| Details | |

You didn't Realize It

The place to be can be called my home.
Shall you take my hand or shall I take yours?
You stabbed me in the heart but you never realized it.

An olive and an arrow to show me your love...why isn't it here yet?
Can you tell me how many children we're gonna have?
Can I tell you anything as if you were my little sister, Jennifer?

Please return my heart.
I need it so I can move on but you're always in the back of my head.
You're all I ever think about, you're all I really need.

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