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A Funny Poem For My Sister

This is a poem I wrote about my crazy little sister. I hope at least someone can relate to this! My dad said we were going to wrap her up in a box and sell her to buy a beaver. We like beavers...

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This poem just reminds me of my daughter and how she gets on her big brother's nerves. She is a sweet thing to have around, but you can never tell what she will do in the next minutes. Most...

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What Are We Going To Do With You?

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Published: May 2013

Sometimes you drive us all crazy.
Sometimes me more than others.
But sometimes you yell
and kick at nothing for no reason.
Tell me, little sis, what are we going to do with you?!

I keep on telling myself,
"I wanted a sister, not an alien!"
Only to have mother tell me you are human.
I laugh as you walk in with underwear on your head!
Now it's mother's turn to say,
"Oh, what are we going to do with you?"

But sometimes, when it's bedtime,
you can be the sweetest thing.
I find it adorable when you snuggle
with your small teddy bear.
And I can't help but say,
"Taitum, what are we going to do with you?"

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  • Kissa Irene by Kissa Irene
  • 2 years ago

This poem just reminds me of my daughter and how she gets on her big brother's nerves. She is a sweet thing to have around, but you can never tell what she will do in the next minutes. Most of the time she's nagging her brother, and they argue constantly.

  • Shirley P by Shirley P, Philippines
  • 5 years ago

I love it. She writes as if she knew how I feel for my two-year old grandson. When he's awake and active I cannot predict which furniture be ripped by him each day, but the joy that he brings as he tries to mimic songs and stomps in a dancing gesture, I can only say, "let's just dispatch it" ...the damaged furniture...not my grandson.

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