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  1. Young, Wild And Free

    • By Arianna Stockwell
    • Published: August 2012
    Poem About A Little Sister Who Died

    She ran through the fields
    Young, wild and free
    That cheeky smile she wore made my heart rejoice with glee.
    I never thought a spirit like hers would ever fall down,

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  3. My Sister, My Forever Friend

    • By Deborah M. Figueira
    • Published: June 17, 2020
    Proud To Call You My Sister

    Like twins, I feel I'm one of two.
    Struggling here sister without you.
    Why, oh why did you have to go?
    My heart is sore and it pains me so.

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  4. I Never Got To Say Goodbye

    • By Andrea Szegedi
    • Published: November 2016
    Grieving Your Loss

    Awake, I'm thinking of you.
    Asleep, I'm dreaming of you.
    I'm thinking and crying,
    I'm sleeping and weeping.

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  6. I Am Just A Girl Who Misses Her Sister

    • By Lilly Vsqz
    • Published: March 2014

    I am just a girl who misses her sister.
    I wonder if she's missing me too.
    I hear the wind when everything else is silent.
    I see the horizon when I stare straight ahead.

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  7. Pieces Forever Missing

    Dealing With Death Years Later

    Four years have now passed,
    my hearts still not whole.
    Pieces forever missing,
    with your death, they were stolen.

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  8. Always Remember

    • By Jessica O'Reilly
    • Published: November 2009

    As she blossomed into a rose
    We got to see her best and worst side,
    We loved her to death
    But then she died....

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  10. Little Megan Went To Heaven

    • By Natasha Swart
    • Published: April 2015
    Poem On Mourning Loss Of Teen Sister

    Little Megan went to heaven and a tear fell from my eye,
    But now my little sister is swinging from cloud to cloud in the sky.

    I lost a sister that I love like the sun rays love the land,

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  11. The Family

    • By Nicole
    • Published: August 2010
    To a Sister In Law Lost

    I watch him as he falls to the ground
    He heart is breaking with out a sound,
    What do I do what do I say,
    I may never know on this tragic day....

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  12. Not Yet

    • By Stephanie Robertson
    • Published: July 2010

    I had prayed to God
    Give her this month,
    A little more time
    That's all I ask...

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  13. Valerie

    • By Fernando Vazquez
    • Published: November 2009
    I Would Sell My Soul

    Although you were old and I was young, I still remember the laughter and fun. You were always there when I was down, trying to cheer me up like a silly clown. When ever I had a problem, I could go to you to talk. You'd console me and take me for a walk.

    Why did you leave and die. Everytime I think of you I sigh, but on the inside I desperately cry. Mother still cries at the sound of your name. I still remember the good times and all the games. I know you are in heaven and you are watching over me. You'll never come back to me no matter how much I plead. I loved you and you loved me, but I guess if you love something you have to set it free. Though you always fought with my other sister, you'd get over it, and always kissed her.
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