Poems About: SISTER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
337.A Birthday Song
What's new in this September?
when I looked at the calendar.
Today is 13th day.
It's my sister's birthday. read more »Scott Willic
338.A spirit and them.
She was cute, energetic and young,
possessed by the spirit and she sang,
The same old movie song that her dead lover liked,
Every new moon day she become irked, read more »veeraiyah subbulakshmi
Hello there mister
That is my sister
So please let her go
She doesn't even know read more »Magic What'sHerName
I am blessed with a sister that understands me better then I understand myself,
a bond that is too strong to destroy,
a relationship that will never come to an end,
and we will see that forever and a day. read more »Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
They are three sisters
three sisters are they
Majdouline, Cylia and Rania
I love each of them read more »Oussama samouna
Best friends forever, what bff truly means.
Sisters we are, sisters we'll always be.
People may see us as complete dorks but, random is the word.
They automatically judge us by the laughing that they've heard. read more »xera mclaughlin
343.For Sharon (my little sister and second mother)
You were always my little sister, whether you knew it or not,
Even though you thought differently, when you were just a tot-
Even way back then, you wanted to take care of me,
You put on the Big Sister act, it didn't bother me, you see- read more »david lessard
I am your mother
To care for you read more »Barbara Vanier
345.'T'is dopier to live in dystopia' (an ode to my sister)
can't read. nor write.
but she knows not war.
my sister. read more »eddie frelford
346.A Visit to Victoria's Secret
I made a left
and pulled into the huge
Staten Island Mall parking lot
my sister and Nancy hopped out read more »Charles Chaim Wax
Sister's daughter, so fair and lovely,
Bubbling with a crown of jetblack graceful tresses,
A striking resemblance to sister's own childhood many years back
When she had cried waiting at the doorstep read more »john tiong chunghoo
348.My African Sister
My sister is an African nun
that sits below grass houses
and rocks babies
until the sun goes down. read more »Louise Marie DelSanto