Sister Poems

Poems about Brothers and Sisters

Having a sister in your life can either be a wonderful or terrible experience, depending on your relationship. If you have an older sister and you are a girl, she can often show you how to navigate the way through some of the more difficult areas of growing up. This is also true if you are a boy. Your older sister can help explain to you how to interact with the opposite sex. Younger sisters are a joy as well. They often worship their older siblings and it can be a nice experience to be admired. Relationships with sisters, like any relationship depend on the people involved.

Big Sister Poems and Little Sister Poems

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  1. Three Sisters We Are And Always Will Be

    • By Kathy Lohr
    • Published: March 2011

    Thirty two years have come and gone, and now with time to reflect.
    Knowing the path my sisters chose, for them I have the greatest respect.

    I chose a different path in my life, and for this I don't complain.

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  3. Three Sisters

    • By Francis I. Gillespie
    • Published: February 2006

    We are three sisters.
    Three sisters are we.
    I love each of you,
    And I know you love me.

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    I am the oldest of the 3 of us, and we have not had an easy road. I will be 30 this Aug., Amy will be 29 this Oct., and Chelsea will be 26 in Sep. Our father died in 2001, and not long after...

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  4. My Sister, My Friend

    • By Leann Stiegman
    • Published: February 2006

    To me you are an angel in disguise.
    Full of intuition, you are intelligent and wise.
    Always giving and helping through
    Good times and bad.

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    Mixed emotions, confusion, angered feelings and a lot of questions that will never be answered. What do you do when you find out you have a big sister that you were deprived of growing up? My...

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  6. My Sister

    Long Lost Sister

    What you mean to me
    Is more than I can express.
    You see, I had no sister when I was little
    To call when I was in distress.

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    This poem is very closely related to my sister and me. It feels like we are lived in this poetry. Each and every stanza is related to our feelings. We love this poem and want to read each...

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  7. My Sister, My Best Friend

    • By Gillian McKay
    • Published: July 2007

    Sisters.
    They share a special bond that is impossible to describe.
    It can only be felt and understood by the sisters who share it.
    They go through life together as a team, helping and supporting each other

    My Sister, My Best Friend

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    I have just lost my younger sister (72) very suddenly this week. I am missing her and want to share a poem to express my feelings at her service. This one is very nice.

  8. My Dearest Sister

    • By Aimee Tran
    • Published: December 2010
    Happy Birthday To My Dearest Sister

    Sister, you are a guardian angel in disguise.
    You are perceptive, intelligent, and wise,
    Always helping me through good and bad.
    You are also the greatest friend I've ever had.

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  10. Helen, My Sister And Friend

    Poem About Always Being Close With Sister

    Sister, we've been there through life's sorrow and pain,
    But together we have always endured the strain.
    We've argued and bickered and made each other mad,
    But if you weren't my sister, life would be so sad.

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    My sister's 50th birthday is arriving soon and I wanted to do something unique for her. I decided to write a poem but I knew what I wanted to say but did not know how to put it into words. I...

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  11. You Are My Best Friend

    You are my guiding star.
    You are my shining light.
    You are my everything,
    what helps me through the night.

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    Hi I'm Sam and I found out I have cancer so I wrote this to my sister to show her how much she truly means to me and I'm sad but I fight each day to stay alive the doctors say I can live a...

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  12. One Plus One Equals Two

    One plus one equals two, you see,
    But somehow it's different with you and me.

    When we're together, we share one mind.

    One Plus One Equals Two

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    I have a sister that is eight years older than me. This poem describes us and our relationship perfectly. We both love the same things, we have been mistaken for identical twins more than...

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  13. Always There

    • By Rachel S. Lengefeld
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem Encouraging Younger Sister

    I'll always be here through thick and thin.
    You can come to me, I'll listen.
    I'm your friend, I won't push you away.
    When you need a hug, my arms are wide open.

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    Thank you everyone for all the kind words. I wrote this poem for my younger sister back in 2001 for her 18th birthday. I did not realize the impact it would have on other's and I'm so happy...

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