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  1. My Sister's Rocking Chair

    Over in the corner sits an empty rocking chair,
    Yet my mind's eye can still picture her there,
    Gently rocking to and fro at a slow steady pace,
    Wearing a soft loving glow upon her sweet face;

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    I received a call from my mother saying my sister asked her to call me and come over ASAP. When I arrived, my sister was on the bathroom flood and couldn't get up. I had my mother call 911...

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  3. Sleep, My Sister

    I wish you sweet sleep, my sister dear.
    Although there's so much that you've left bare,
    I hate that you had to endure such pain.
    On my mind, your saddened eyes have left a stain.

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    I read this poem at my sisters' service. She had Alzheimer’s and did not survive very long after we got the news. I did not want her to suffer. She died peacefully without pain. After the...

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  4. If Only I Knew

    • By Sennette Gaoses
    • Published: February 2014
    Emotional Poem About Death Cutting Young Life Short

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    If only I knew that our time would be so brief,
    Spoiled you rotten I would have done.

    If only I knew that would be our last phone call,

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    May 2, 2016 I lost my little sister who was only 45. Every day brings the challenge to go forward.

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  6. Your Suffering Is Done

    This morning as I sit here looking up to the sky I keep on asking myself why;
    How you suffered for oh so long;
    until that morning when you went home were you belong.
    I have cried and pleaded for this day to come;

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    Dearest Starlett!
    You have touched my soul by having my poem touch your heart. I wrote it on that cold February morning, even though it has been 4 years this year, it only feels like 4...

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  7. A Sister's Love

    • By Phyllis Heller
    • Published: February 2006

    As I visit my sisters grave, no flowers anywhere
    I said no, this cannot be,
    She loved her flowers endlessly.
    ...

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    I had written this poem many years ago and forgot about it, my younger sister and I were very close. This was a dedication to her. A friend of mine just e-mailed this poem back to me. I am so...

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  8. Life Beginning

    • By James Harmon
    • Published: July 2008
    Hodgkin's Disease

    As I was not there the day of your birth,
    I rely on stories to tell of your worth.
    A few years pass, and a miracle once more
    Our family, growing again, has now reached four....

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    My sister had illnesses all her life from eye troubles. Graves' disease , psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. She lived in spite of it all. You never really knew how sick she was. She liked...

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  10. Today

    • By Betsy Fogarty
    • Published: November 2011
    Until We Meet Again

    Today I walked down memory lane to days of that, Our youth
    I walked through our childhood and boy, was that a hoot
    Our many shows and dances, our secrets never told
    Continued on this trip today into our teens...

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    This poem instantly sent me to tears. The poem sends me to a place I try to often forget. A month ago, even though she was not my sister, she was a very close friend. She meant a heck of a...

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  11. A Brilliant Golden Ray

    One morning under a clear blue sky day,
    There was a crisp November chill in the air,
    As the sun shone down in a brilliant golden ray,
    Upon all the sweet flowers and people gathered there....

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    My sister Penny passed away February 23, 2017. Today marks 2 months that she has been gone. I still have trouble believing that such a vibrant, beautiful, funny, intelligent, caring, and...

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  12. Sister There You Are

    • By Nichole Herman
    • Published: August 2008

    When you meet a new friend
    there is a feeling like it will never end
    she's not just someone, she is my sister
    her face full of blotches, diseases with blisters....

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    Hey...It's ok don't worry at least you know she is in a better place now I don't really know you but I can tell what you are going through is hard we will get through this together I know you...

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  13. My Baby

    • By Jay M. Elaine
    • Published: January 2017
    My Sister Was My Everything

    She was my baby, fragile and small.
    She was beautiful, like a little girl's doll.
    She was older than I, but so quiet and weak,
    And when I heard to dire news, I wept

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    That was a very sad poem. Yes, losing a sibling can be difficult. I just lost my sister last month, the first out of five to leave. It can be rough, but we know God is with us to help us...

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