Short Little Sister Poems

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Short Little Sister poem by Darlene De Beaulieu| Details |

Little Sister Feels Alone

  When little sister feels alone
   She grabs her teddy bear
   Gives it a big hug

Copyright © Darlene De Beaulieu | Year Posted 2017

Short Little Sister poem by Melissa De Vos| Details |

Sister

Love
Stubborn, funny
Hugging, laughing, fighting
You can run. But you can't hide. 
Bond

Copyright © Melissa De Vos | Year Posted 2013

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

Copyright © kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr | Year Posted 2013

Short Little Sister poem by Dean Mobley| Details |

Taboo




Taboo 


I remember the feelings 
I had for you dear
Images in my mind
so vivid so clear
I know it was true 
you felt it for me


Copyright © Dean Mobley | Year Posted 2016

Short Little Sister poem by Sheol Moribund| Details |

There Is A Lady

There is a lady Oh so very kind and fair She has golden sunlight In her hair The resonance of her voice Is especially adorable to hear Which makes her such a Sweet, sweet dear.

Copyright © Sheol Moribund | Year Posted 2016

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.

Copyright © Josh Nipper | Year Posted 2010

Short Little Sister poem by Christina Holmes| 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





Copyright © Christina Holmes | Year Posted 2013

Short Little Sister poem by Pierre Mhanna| Details |

My Sister Sleeps

Beneath the pines my sister sleeps
No joy or woe upon her creeps,
My falling tears call out to hear
Once more her voice warming my ear,
Yet my sister sleeps in deep rest
No voice will call her from the west,
Forever unseen now she dwells
There where the darkness swells and swells.

Copyright © Pierre Mhanna | Year Posted 2015

Short Little Sister poem by Kershnee Govender| Details |

For my sister

At the age of two
In my eyes u grew,
From a baby to a teenager
And now to a stranger,
Its only memories that are left 
To such an extreme depth,
How do we depart
And make a new start,
Broken we are
That you are too far,
We never expected this day
And that’s all i am going to say…..

Copyright © Kershnee Govender | Year Posted 2015

Short Little Sister poem by red barchettadrive| Details |

To See Starlight Flow

I opened every window
to see starlight flow--

and it danced through every room
casting shadows on the door.

Moon dust glistened
in a tornadic swirl...
in their pink tutu our 
girls would twirl.

This moment in time,
it just feels so right.	
Let's keep the windows open
until tomorrow night!

Copyright © red barchettadrive | Year Posted 2016

Short Little Sister poem by Kishan sharma| Details |

The pain of waiting

Wait waiting for you to wait.
Come on,let me tell you once.
Love you, love you, we love you.
But you can not meet us once.

You have been irresponsible, irresponsible.
But do not come.
Why do not you.
You love us now.

Tell me today why do you have
Become a friend from me.
Or you are not with us.

Copyright © Kishan sharma | Year Posted 2017

Short Little Sister poem by Jerry Wells| Details |

B8-POEM 27 WIND VISION

POEM 27 WIND VISION 


THE WINS DO BLOW THE AWAY THE 

CLOUDS TO FOR TO SEE.



IN THE CLOUDS I SEE WHAT 

WAITING FOR ME.



THE HOPE & VISION OF EVERYBODY 

ARE ON THE WINDS TO SEE 

FOREVER ARE THE WINDS TO 

BLOW THESE VISION ON BACK 

TO ME. 




MR. PROFESSOR. JERRY”BIG PAPA” WELLS 

AUTHOR

Copyright © Jerry Wells | Year Posted 2017

Short Little Sister poem by Monique John| Details |

All the Funny Kids

                                     All The Funny Kids
                                           By: Monique John 

Full of joy
Unbelievably excited
Never-ending happiness
Nature’s lovers
Youthful

Kind hearts
Ideal company
Dare devils
Snuggle Monsters

Copyright © Monique John | Year Posted 2015

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.

Copyright © Harold Hunt sr | Year Posted 2014

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)

Copyright © Heather Burt | Year Posted 2008

Short Little Sister poem by Courtney Thorstein| Details |

Piano Lesson

While my sister performs
we play, Amy and I.

The other room fills
with sharps and flats.
Quietly we laugh and 
hope for an extra five.

I can here her talent,
envy and regret.
I do not need my session.

Stale popcorn and dolls
scattered on the green floor.
Eyes on the clock;
the hour has gone by.

The music stops.
Our time does too.

Copyright © Courtney Thorstein | Year Posted 2015

Short Little Sister poem by Anna Hopper| Details |

Two of a kind

Two of a kind
Kind to one another
Another measure of time
A sister and brother

Two years apart
A part of a team
Teammates at heart
In harmony they sing

Holding hands as they go
Go somewhere together 
Together, they know
Two is always better
 
The very best of friends
Friends until eternity
Eternity never ends
Ending, uncertainty 

Copyright © Anna Hopper | Year Posted 2017

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.

Copyright © Gwendolyn Coffey | Year Posted 2013

Short Little Sister poem by Fiona Kaldeway| Details |

Stars

Falling.
Falling.
Falling.
Regret fills the mind.
A quarter of the way down, I think about my family.
Halfway down, I remember that I never called my sister.
Nearly there now; I realize that every single problem can be solved.
A porcelain figure shatters on the pavement.
A heel grinds it into dust.
Attention.
I drift.
There are stars.
I see stars.
Stars.

Copyright © Fiona Kaldeway | Year Posted 2017

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

Copyright © Catherine Trout | Year Posted 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.

Copyright © Kacey Greenlee | Year Posted 2011

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

Copyright © Louise Riveiro - Mitchell | Year Posted 2007

Short Little Sister poem by Vickie Thayer| Details |

ANGEL'A

There is no time for heaven,

I have haunting to do,

You left things untidy for me,

How dare you,

Trying to clean up now,

When I can't defend myself,

You tell the world about me,

But it's you that needs a mouth washing,

Soap on your tongue,

Clean your filthy lies,

Yes indeed, 

I have some haunting to do,

Heaven can wait.

                                              ~Vickie~



Copyright © Vickie Thayer | Year Posted 2017

Short Little Sister poem by Muyiwa Caleb| Details |

Ode to Sister

Wiggle jiggle giggle
A country band your worth
My naira devalued;
I hired none
But accept my song;
My songs in word like lullaby
.
At night,when soul dies
When stream bubbles;
absent of unseen mind.
You stream like blood
Ode to you
.
To you,my unseen sister
Lurking in soul like ghost
Accept my signal,cometh ye now
In dark and lone, dwell in me 
Like Tonto and the ranger
You are distal to Kemosabe
Ode to YOU.

Copyright © Muyiwa Caleb | Year Posted 2016

Short Little Sister poem by Sarah Heath| Details |

Two Sisters

Sister. No sweeter sounding word
Ever spoken. Ever heard

Two flowers growing on one tree
Bestowed with beauty equally

Two moonbeam smiles hand-in-hand
Secrets shared in fairyland

Younger shadow mirrors the older
Little girl tears on a big girl's shoulder

Lives diminished without your guidance
I am your sister, I carry your silence

Four pillars prevail, one father, one mother
I am one sister and you are the other

Copyright © Sarah Heath | Year Posted 2016