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The Sun's a Liar-Children's story short contest-
The Sun Is a Liar



It’s been quite some time since I've awoke early enough to meet the sun coming over the horizon. As I gazed out the window from my bedroom window seat, the sky...

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Categories: little sister, childhood,
Form: Prose



Breathless, Travis Morrison
Suicide, euthanasia
I never thought I’d be the one to go down like this
But I wanted to have control in the way I was sent out of this world
Instead of kept barely alive, pointless.
My parents refused...

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Categories: little sister, books, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Too Close
"Don't get too close"

(Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze ...)

We are taught from day one
Not to get involved ...
"Don't get too close to your patients,
Or the emotions will get the better of you"
Don't get too close ...
Don't get...

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Categories: little sister, child, health, heart, life, metaphor, sad,
Form: Free verse
One night sleepover
ONE NIGHT SLEEPOVER
The embers of the fireplace glowed,
We were all alone in the forest 
spending a family vacation
 surrounded by big, shadowy trees 
and a river that never flowed.
At first, I acted as though 
I...

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Categories: little sister, grave, hate, horror, mystery, myth, night,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Whispers From The Grave
There was a time as a child when I knew I was different. I felt lost and enjoyed thing other girls may not have. I hated dresses, loved wearing ball caps and watched football at...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: little sister, addiction, death, depression, emotions, i miss you,
Form: Free verse



Fell Thru the Peephole
Filed under: Kids say and do the darnedest things


Little Man was a most curious child
Strange sounds in the night fascinated him
He would lay awake,
when he shoulda been asleep
And in the dark, those odd sounds
	would occasionally...

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Categories: little sister, children, fun, humor, parents,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member A Genocide Story- My Mother's Eyes
They dragged my mother away
kicking and screaming
arms outstretched towards
my little sister
who lay dying on the ground
her lips parched
her eyes sunken
her wasted arms reaching out
“Myreik (Mother), don’t leave me!”
 
My father pulled my mother away 
the...

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Categories: little sister, death, feelings,
Form: Narrative
Charity
Crazy lady with model outfits – what now? You’ll see in a moment *hint* she’s a taker, not a giver ~!
Hah! She’s straight-out self-confident – I must laugh my pants off! What does she have...

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Categories: little sister, addiction, character, crazy, fashion, funny, image,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member The Scar
“Only girls cry!…Oh, boo hoo!” laughed my brother, (as big brothers often do)
 He had been taunting me, teasing me, heckling me, as I whined, complained.
 Neither of us would have won a prize, for...

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Categories: brother, childhood, day, little sister, me,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member THE VALVET WITCH

In the elliptical nights moonshine of night, a figure of lavender
And aged white lace, roams amongst the rocky sea shore, a 
Glittering phantom of beauty most fair, walking with an essence
Of smoldering evil and the...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: little sister, adventure, beauty, grave, halloween, holiday, horror, little
Form: Free verse
once
Once on a yellow piece of paper with green lines

he wrote a poem

And he called it "Chops"

because that was the name of his dog

And that's what it was all about

And his teacher gave him an...

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Categories: little sister, childhood, death, family, life, lost love, sad,
Form: I do not know?
a love not to be forgotten
A love not to be forgotten
After the disaster, after the misery
Little sister of mine begged my dad for chicks
He tried to convince her what a bad idea it is
How a hard caring takes to keep...

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Categories: little sister, love, petsday, dad, sister, dad, day, green,
Form: Free verse
Those Were The Days, I'm Telling You

High School ~

Being asked to search my memory of school 'daze' gone by
is asking quite a lot of me but I promise to give it a try.
A country high school can't compare to a fancy...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: little sister, introspection, school, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
My Brother
Too young,
Too soon.
Gone.
Just the other day you were laughing with me,
Just the other day you hugged me.
Just the other day you said “I’ll be home soon!”.
You were just a hop, skip, and a jump across...

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Categories: little sister, brother, dark, death, farewell, funeral, loss, sorrow,
Form: Dramatic monologue
A Time of Terror
A Time of Terror – The Rwandese Genocide

A screeching sound woke me from my sleep, I looked around in fear and trepidation 
Sensing a lurking gaze in the shadows, beyond the room I slept in
Sweat...

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Categories: little sister, abuse, anger, child, dad, dark, death,
Form: I do not know?
Tiny Dreams
It was 6.15, in the morning, 
I was in a deep sleep, 
The rising sun pierced the thatched roof and made my skin burn,
I wrapped the blanket tight   - no use it was...

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Categories: little sister, child abuse,
Form: Prose Poetry
Syrian Refugee, To mumma
Mumma please find a new home for me,
Somewhere like Syria before, where I was extremely happy,
I know there were bombs going off permanently,
And I understand it was only safe to flee.

They took away everything from...

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Categories: little sister, abuse, allegory, appreciation, arabic, bereavement,
Form: Rhyme
The One Who Had Potential, Part I
I.
Miles McNeill was not a fine young man,
he barley finished high school, with a D,
seemed more interested in a thug life,
ran with the gangs and lived life on the streets.

Already had a criminal record,
twice now...

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Categories: little sister, brother, change, depression, life, sister, work, youth,
Form: Narrative
The One Who Had Potential, Part IV
IV.
Of curse trying to raise a person right
is much more than a matter of finding work,
Miles didn’t think himself a great person,
so he started bringing them all to church.

He figured Whitney would need real wisdom,
that...

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Categories: little sister, brother, change, depression, life, sister, work, youth,
Form: Narrative
Celestial Mask
So many times, have I cried your name, and you do not answer.
I know not your face nor your name, yet I only know you are a sir.
Perhaps now married, perhaps still single, nevertheless,
You are...

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© Nico Vivi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: little sister, best friend, childhood, emotions, feelings, first love,
Form: Free verse
~ (~) ~ (Four Part-s-Part #2) Dedicated in Love to My Little Sister ~ Tina Marie Haynes ~ (~) ~
She reminded me of my Sister Tina... She had been adopted by a Christian Minister and her 
family, as we all eventually were, each separately adopted... who lived life to the fullest of 
faith. As...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: little sister, inspirationallife, sister, time, life, me, sister, time,
Form: Prose Poetry
I Woke Up One Morning
                              "I Woke Up One Morning."

I...

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Categories: little sister, absence, beautiful, emotions, family, endurance,
Form: Prose Poetry
Sisters Passing
Life has curves
in the roads that are paved
bruised and battered memories 
some we have forgotten some we have saved.
All my life I looked into the heavens
for all of the answers
Now I'm seeking for God 
his...

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Categories: little sister, inspirationalgod, sister, me, voice, god, life, me,
Form: Rhyme royal
A PERSON/ A PAPER/ A PROMISE
Once on a yellow piece of paper w/green lines
he wrote a poem
And he called it "Chops"
because that was the name of his dog
And that's what it was all about
And his teacher gave him an A...

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Categories: little sister, death, forgiveness, happiness, time, mother, girl, father,
Form: I do not know?
You Never Deserved Me
To the person who gave me life, nothing less, nothing more

As a child I remember being filthy and left isolated, all alone
Left at the age of seven, not knowing if you’d ever come home

Caring all...

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Categories: little sister, daughter, introspection, life, loss, mother, sad, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?