Sister Poetry Poems

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


Unbaking a cake by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
If i was an ant
would my fathers sister be my aunt ant
and where does the d come from in pigeon
but sorry for the derision
Wanting to...

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Aleppo - Childhood Gone by Sandy Evans
Aleppo - Childhood Gone 
By Sandy Evans 

 Going to school is my favorite thing 
 Reading, writing and learning new things. 

 Running home...

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Categories: poetry, childhood, culture, farewell, war,



Premium MemberProud Poet by Gershon Wolf
"What do you want to be when you grow up, son?"
  "I think I want to be a poet."
  "Oh no," moans Mom.
...

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Categories: career, poetry, poets, truth,

FOREVER LOVE - On Valentines Day by norberto franco cisneros

In my life’s poem, my best moment begins with your smile crushing the ramparts of my discontent. It was then my heart recognized Love did...

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Categories: poetry, for her, happiness, love,

Premium MemberDream Poetry- A Memory by Broken Wings
I am dreaming of a long ago day with tears
two young girls are feeding ducks in a park
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Categories: poetry, dream,

She's Eighty Three And Fading Fast by James McLain
She's eighty three and fading fast,
My mother is.
A deamon lives here, a son of hers,
He is a half brother to me.

Fifty five,
And smoking crack, for...

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Categories: anger, art, poetry,

What's the Rush by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
(true feelings.)

A generation trying to begin, 
for they assume they the next best thing.
It's the 21st century indeed it is, 
but they went a speed...

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Categories: poetry, family, how i feel,

Premium MemberI HEAR ANGELA'S SONG by Vickie Thayer
Beneath the darkness of heavy hearts,
Tears from nowhere weigh me down,

But I hear a sound,
A mighty sound,

Merry men,
Laughing tongues wagging,

And I hear a sound,
A mighty...

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Categories: poetry, bereavement, death, family, heaven,

B5-POEM 5 MY GIFT OF LOVE by Jerry Wells
POEM 5 MY GIFT OF LOVE 

MY GIFT OF LOVE; 

MY MISSION IS TO BE JOYFUL 

AND KIND. 

MY PROMISE IS A LIFE TIME 

OF...

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Categories: poetry, beauty, destiny, may, sister,

Poetry from the Heart by Jenny Linsel
Poetry from the heart
Doesn’t always have to rhyme
It can come into your mind
In any place, at any time

Sometimes when on the verge of sleeping
Or when...

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Premium Member''Write it my dear, write it'' by Broken Wings
            When I was a little girl, I watched my sister die,
her blood soaking...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

Premium MemberMemories of Monkey Bridge by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
Memories of Monkey Bridge

on summer days 
when heat rippled over
the lawn and jewel-like gardens
momma would emerge 
from the front door, our only door, 
with a...

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Categories: poetry, childhood, july,

MAKE A FRIEND by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr
walk with a smile
be gods child
no matter what corlor
we are sister and brother
let love in
MAKE A FRIEND
...

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Categories: poetry, beautiful, best friend,

Premium MemberPoetry Portfolio--My Sister's Bubbles by Russell Sivey
Floating above my hand outstretched
Is a bubble--a reflective rainbow
Blowing from a wand in her fingers
Belonging to my one baby sister
She flies around, shouting all about
Bubbles...

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Categories: poetry, fun,

Premium MemberMy Guardian Angel by Gerald Dillenbeck
I suppose,
as a pretentiously self-uberespecting Wise Elder,
I should be alpha-embarrassed to admit
my youngest son,
unable to speak or even sign,
unable to even successfully chew and swallow...

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Categories: poetry, angel, family, humor, language,

Premium MemberParting Instructions For My Oldest by Gerald Dillenbeck
You did not choose to be born,
much less Black Lives Really Should Equally Matter born
into this legacy,
your familial and civil Two-Connecticuts destiny.

I realize that,
And regret...

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Categories: poetry, appreciation, caregiving, health, integrity,

Premium MemberRomantic Tangles by Gerald Dillenbeck
They were loyal sisters.
The older
was also more fair,
prettier in an Original Barbie kind of way.

She had been sick
when her younger,
darker,
more tomboy sister
met and first desired
my...

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Categories: poetry, age, betrayal, death, family,

Poetry Soup Member's Sister Brother by Christopher Flaherty
The Sentinel 
The Erudite 
The Libertines 
The Bone's 
The Stones 
The Tribes 
The Flags
The Fighter Jet
The Family Pet
The Guitar Strings 
The Corner Shop
The Petrol Station
The...

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Categories: poetry, brother, sister,

Premium MemberUnWoven Memories by Gerald Dillenbeck
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
and cooperatively-organized,
extended matriarchal farm.

Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear...

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Categories: poetry, culture, family, farm, happiness,

Who's They by curtis johnson
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Categories: poetry, change, religion,