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Sister Lay Poems

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

Premium Member Lay Down Be Still
Lay Down Be Still

I am not responsible, 
for what happened to you. 
You are accountable;
to what happened to me. 
That was and is still a...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, abuse, anti bullying, heartbreak,

Lay Low Sister Flo
a bat and ball
a certain way to stand tall
ignition within a conversation
pierced as the renegade blown together

appreciate the system,
walk away to me while you bleed

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Categories: lay, age, angst, anxiety, art,

Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 2
The Lay of The Best Man - Part Two

I will not understate my distaste, but I do not hate. I rate hate as being irate

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Categories: humanity, men,

Booming Night
Bang! Bang!
A roaring sound erupted from downstairs awakening my sister and I, 
Silence over filled the house.
My sister and I laid in our bed immobile,...

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Categories: cry, dark, daughter, deep,

you  can with a love stand
being part of that band
be apart
make a start
help your sister and brother
of all corlor
and live for ever

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Categories: adventure, christian,

Expose of Passion
You ask me now to sum the beauty in sun's eyes
And make of love the distinction that love despise
And all figures come only to my...

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Categories: nostalgia, passion, beauty, longing,

Just like a peacock that paces up in down by the water’s edge you sashay up and down my 
streets…Strutting around like you were the...

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Categories: lifepeople, tree, people, rights,

A Raksha Bandhan Lay
A Raksha Bandhan Lay
Oh! Once again autumn marked its onset
The flowers now shed and leaves now torn
But the fragrance of love and charm now...

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Categories: sister, sister, me, heart,

I runaway from all no time to be blinded.
I runaway so maybe one day I will Know what I decieded.
I runaway in order to maintain...

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© Tina Starr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, me, day, me,