Sister Poem

Words from a sister who loves her little sister dearly.

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God gave me 4 sisters. Lost one last year. We miss her so much. This poem will be put on her grave. I know how you feel.

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Chrystal Tears

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Published: February 2006

A child made of sunshine, eyes as blue as sky.
Long silken hair wet from the tears of an unheard cry.
Moonlight shines down upon her face as her soft gaze whispers pain.
All her prayers to a God unseen she fears are all in vain.

She cries like a child in a Godlike embrace,
Tears spill from her eyes as they stream down her face.
I close my eyes, as I hear inside
The song of my sister's cries.

Sun shines into my soul of flames,
I imbibe it when I get it, but from her it's not the same.
She runs through my field of dreams, all of which I hope she never has to see.
She's there when I close my eyes, every second away from her is another tear I cry.

Something warm grows inside her, joy I yearn to see,
Unsung songs of a new dreamer, hymns of the angel young.
Sun shines on her like the smile of a God in liquid blue.

She cries like a child in a Godlike embrace,
Tears spill from her eyes as they stream down her face
I close my eyes as I hear inside
The song of my sister's cries.

For my sister, Chrystal,
The brightest star in my constantly dark sky.
I love you, and may all your hopes and dreams come true. Good Luck.

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  • by Beth
  • 9 years ago

God gave me 4 sisters. Lost one last year. We miss her so much. This poem will be put on her grave. I know how you feel.

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