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Sister Death Poems

These Sister Death poems are examples of Death poems about Sister. These are the best examples of Death Sister poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberDeath by Dear Heart
As Suzanne's blood soaked the road and her life ended
death saw the little girl who was me weeping, weeping
he took my hand and whispered- ...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberDesert Daughter by Heidi Sands
Desert Daughter

She had a daughter in the desert:

A daughter who lived near the mountains and palms
She loved to take beautiful photos of flowers and birds
Hike...

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Categories: death, mother, sad, sister,



Sweet and Sour by Jan Pearce
“Sweet and Sour”


That’s what Love is…
Whether you are 
A brother,
A sister,
A mother,
A father,
A lover,
Or a friend.

We cannot sustain
The relationship
Without both
The bitter and the sweet.

We languish
In...

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Categories: death, love, love hurts,

Cloud Angels In Memoriam by M. L. Kiser
Angels in a cloudy sky;
So slowly do they float on by.
My late sister paints them there;
Her way of saying, “don’t despair”.

She was an artist, in...

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Categories: death, angel, appreciation, beautiful, cancer,

Premium MemberA Sad Tale You May Want to Skip by Caren Krutsinger
True stories are often the saddest, so go to another poem if you 
are afraid of this one.
Seventy-five years ago a Mommy died leaving a...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Ronnie Jackson by Anna Hopper
In a bed 
not far away
His mind is gone 
but body lay
Slow, but quick
He leaves today
A handsome man
Just barely gray

Many sad
But few will weep
The kind...

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Categories: death,

Hello Jasmine by Bill MacEachern
Hello Jazmine,
My name is Bill, you don’t know me, but I know a lot about you, wish I didn’t, but I do. You see, the...

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Categories: crazy, death, discrimination,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb by Issabella McCarty
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberThe White Roses Died With You by Jo Daniel
You went away breathing death,
I couldn't stop you then, 
Your helplessness stopped my breath,
I cried for you, 
I felt so blue, 
It's raining tears again,...

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Categories: death, miss you, sister,

Premium MemberThe Mermaid In The Water by Caren Krutsinger
She stands on cliff’s edge in her skimpiest nightie, not caring who sees.
Feeling her connection with the east wind which has always protected her.
The shale-like...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member'I Was the Last One' by Lu Loo
I was the last one to ever see you-
Say goodbye, or even I love you to. 
You were the last one I ever trusted,
eight years...

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Categories: betrayal, death,

Dandelions for Ariya by Maz Zie
Another loss.
 It's hard to explain, it just feels like an empty pit in my stomach where a smile once so easily crossed my lips.

A...

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Categories: anxiety, blessing, death, death

The Balcony by Chase Dela Pena
I watched happily as he stepped foot on my terrace,
All night we talked and he made my heart race.
But every time the night ends we...

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Categories: death, allusion, betrayal, blue, break

Premium MemberI Forgive You Mom, Forgive Me by Dear Heart
My mother died young, she was only sixty-nine,
we had a history that was not always wonderful;
she said and did things, and I said and did...

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Categories: death, mother daughter,

Premium MemberA Rainbow in the Midst of Winter by Lu Loo
I was reminiscing upon things that need love to grow, 
and my thoughts stumbled upon a marvelous rainbow.
See, they don’t always appear with sun after...

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Categories: death, nature, rainbow,

Premium MemberThe Story of Grandma Bea by Caren Krutsinger
Music was Grandma Bea’s life.  She lived for it.
Lifting her spirits more than a bit.
Funeral was today, family here
Remembering and smiling at her antics...

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Categories: death, inspirational, music,

Revenge by jay moore
Looking for the man who killed my sister
Wait till I get ahold of you mister
I'll rip him apart, Like hit by a twister
Don't even remember...

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Categories: anger, crazy, death, evil,

That mourning by Chisom Udeoba
That mourning. 



The incident that took place in our lodge still held everyone in awe. The lodge had been unusually calm and gloomy for three...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberWhat If by Dear Heart
What if,
my sister Suzanne had not died on that snowy winter day
it was so pretty with the snow falling down and the icicles on trees
I...

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Categories: baby, death, father, grandmother,

A Gun For Love by Jordyn Overstreet
He lay there in the shadows with a gun in his hand. saying that his actions where those from another land.
One shot, two shot, three...

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Categories: death, 11th grade, america, conflict,