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I just lost my sister we had a very special bond different from any relationship I have ever had in my life I wouldn't trade anything for the special times that we had together. She was my …

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© Angelica Machado

Published: Feb 2006

Sisters and Best Friends

God sent us to be sisters
So we can be best of friends
To be there for one another
Even when there is pain
I thank the Lord for sending my sisters to me
For whom I truly love and care
We shared so many things together
Like laughter and some scares
It's funny how we sometimes argue
I guess its normal, in this world
But, having you as my sister
Means more to me, more than you'll ever know
I wouldn't trade you for anything
I will never let go
As our friendship continues to grow
So will my love for you
Just always remember you can talk to me
I'll be the best friend you ever knew


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  • by Mary Coco
  • Mar 2013

I just lost my sister we had a very special bond different from any relationship I have ever had in my life
I wouldn't trade anything for the special times that we had together. She was my best friend and confidant
Her life has enriched me beyond words
I have 3 other sister and have a different bond with each if them
The bond of a sister is deep unless you have a sister I don't think you can understand
I read these poem collections about sisters on her dying bed they really touched my heart and said exactly how I felt
Thank you all you people who sent in these poems
They are truly heartfelt


  • by Priyadharshini
  • Jan 2013

I have only one sister, she is 2 years older than me. Now I'm always alone because I spending my days in S. Africa for my training. This poem made me cry, I miss her a lot. My sister is a soulful singer & dancer. She made love to everyone who liked and dislike her, I'm spent force without her & I'm nothing without her love & care.
I love you forever....akka(sister)


  • by Anna Pike Morano
  • Oct 2012

I have 2 sisters, who I love very much. I have a sister I have not seen in 33 years. We are now staying in touch, we also are miles apart. She lives in Kansas and I live in Georgia. I did not know I had another sister until I was 12 years old. She was only in my life a short time before she was gone again. Our daddy was a man of many secrets, but thank god through all the pain I have my sister again, and now I'm 45 not 12, so as you can even try to guess there is a lot to this story. BUT I LOVE MY SISTERS, ALWAYS AND FOREVER...


  • by Vernell Grooms, Atlanta, Ga
  • Sep 2012

My sister and I have always been very close...we are both in our 50's and have gone through some very tough times, but we have always been there for each other... just recently my sister got angry with me over a misunderstanding and will just barely speak to me, won't call, etc... because I love her so much, I will not give up or let this get in the way of our relationship, I will continue to call, write, or whatever I have to do to get us back to the way we were.. I am confident that because she loves me too, that she will "come around" and everything will get back to normal.. this is what you do when you truly love your sister.. NEVER GIVE UP...


  • by Parkland
  • Jun 2012

MY best friend Shirla and I became so close this year. We are not related but she is more than a sister could be. When she said I was like a sister, I broke down in tears. That the world to me. Sisters don't need to be from the same mother, just from the same heart. Thanks for these poems. I hope that all sisters get over fights and can stay strong like I hope to with my best friend.


  • by Imo
  • Feb 2012

Actually I have a real big sister in my family but we were never close with one another... she hated me and never loved me...she always got mad when I touched her skin...she always talked to me with such of high tones...she never hugged me and cared of me... I felt so sad and always get jealous when I saw my friends can be so closed with their big sisters.... Until one day, God finds me with a woman... Day after day we both get closer and closer... I start to call her "jiejie" and she calls me with "IMO", "lil sis" or sometimes "meme"... She does care about me....We both always spend weekends together.. I feel so much happy when she cuddles and hugs me.... She is the best and great blessing I've ever received from God, I won't change her with anything.. When I am with her, my life is so alive...but when she far away or got her bad mood, my life is full strive... I love my new sister.... I really love her. I do wish this sisterhood will never fade away and stay forever...


  • by Sarah, Virginia
  • Nov 2011

This poem has, like my sister, great meaning to me. After years of abuse from our parents she is my friend, spiritual leader (my Dad was a minster) and Loving cheerleader. I am alive and well today because she is also my hero.


  • by Lydia, Chicago
  • Sep 2011

When I was 15, my vision went out. Although it was regained shortly afterwards, the episode continued throughout the day. I was advised by one of my older sisters to go see a doctor. I went later that evening and discovered that I had a brain tumor which was already ''full-grown''. It was attached to certain parts of the brain making surgery extremely risky. Although the tumor is still present after 8 years, I've undergone 3 craniologies, radiation, and side effects from it all. Basically, all this to say that I'm still here and I thank God for all those around me, but especially my sisters!!! Honestly, without them, I don't believe I would've had the strength or determination to finish both high school and college, find peace with those who ''left me behind'', or find God!


  • by Lovley
  • Sep 2011

My Sister had cancer when she was little but now she is ok and she is turning 15 years old and I'm soo happy that I know her. If I didn't know her those 15 years would have not filled my heart. But I really love my sister soo much. I just wanna thank GOD for helping us.


  • by Sherry Turner
  • Jun 2011

I have 4 sisters but recently May 14th my closest sister was killed on a motorcycle accident. We talked most every day and told each other we loved each other. I miss her so much it hurts so bad. It's unbearable. She was so great, my best friend in the world. I didn't have abed and slept with her my young life. We were planning our later life together, to live together forever. It was too painful to read at her funeral as I couldn't even see. Her 3 kids were unbelievable, so strong and courageous. I am going to be there for them all the way. Life will never be the same.


  • by Kaitlyn
  • Mar 2011

This is such a good poem. I am happy to have a GREAT sister in my life and we do everything together. I love her with all my heart. This is such a touching poem. God has Blessed me with a sister like the one I have now.
I am Highly Blessed that God has given me 2 siblings.


  • by Ladyisgrateful Chap
  • Nov 2010

God has Blessed me with 9 sisters! I am number 5. I love each and every one of them, I am thankful for them, only God knows I wouldn't trade them for nothing in the world. I ask God to watch over each one of them and to Bless them in EVERY area of their Lives. Keep them from ALL hurt, harm & danger.
I am Highly Blessed that God has given me a total of 18 siblings. With that said, No ONE could ever come between the LOVE I have for my sisters & brothers.


  • by Adria D
  • Oct 2010

this poem I think is good because me and my sister do not see each other often but we love each other a lot even we don't get to see each other a lot and also I like this poem is that it makes me feel like I am right beside me and it makes me fell like tears are coming down my eyes and I still love her even I don't get to see her a lot and this poem makes me feel really good to me like thank you for sharing this poem on the web because this poem makes me really sad but happy because the happy part on my story means that I fell like this poem you put words in the poem that makes me feel that I am standing right by my sister and the sad part of my story is that I don't get to see her that much just the summer time I like the poem also because there is a lot of words that stand right out of the poem to me any why I like my sister and love my sister a lot because she stands out when I can see her in the summer time I love you sister if you see this ever in your life time


  • by Rebecca, North Carolina
  • Sep 2010

I don't have an older sister anymore. Why anymore? She went missing. One year later, bones were found in the woods ten miles from our town. At her funeral, I dedicated this poem to her. And cried halfway through it. It describes us so well! I miss you and will love you forever! You will always have a place within me!


  • by Heather James
  • Jun 2009

I have 8 younger sisters and no brothers and this poem really nailed how i feel about my sisters. thanks for sharing


  • by Cyndi S
  • Jun 2009

I really like this poem I have 6 sisters and no brothers. I really love my sisters I'm the 2nd youngest it crazy but I love them we sometimes fight but then after we all love each other again I'm happy I have them as my sisters


  • by Yasmin
  • Mar 2009

hi, I have 1 sis and she's getting married this summer and I love her a lot she mean the world to me and she knows all my secrets I hope we will stay like this when she gets married!


  • by Lynell
  • Oct 2008

that was a beautiful poem...well I'm one out of five sisters and I wouldn't trade them in this world...we had our share of fights and believe me it wasn't so easy.. but our parents played a big role in having us loving each other good or bad and now that we are all over 40 yrs old when we get together we actually laugh and cry, because it seemed so funny back then and it just keeps us closer just to hear of what we were like as a child and the crazy thing we would do to each other. Some of us can't even remember most of it now, but we laugh about it as if it were yesterday


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