looking at some pictures
of you and me
back in the day,
Sister Poems - Page 4
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Sisters Growing Up
Sitting down,Featured Shared Story
Sometimes my sister and I fight, but I love her more than anything.
Thank you for being there and for giving me a chance.
Thank you for giving a care and not judging with a glance.
Thank you for your support and your loyal heart.
Thank you for no report and no judging on your part.Featured Shared Story
.WOW! .. it helps.. :) for our graduation.. thank you very much!
Poem About Looking Up To Sister
My role model
Is beautiful in body and soul,
Is intellectual, but fun
Will let me call and leave silly messages on the answering machineFeatured Shared Story
I am a sporty and art loving girl of 11. My sister is 10 years older than me. Right now she is in college and I miss her very much. When she visits in holidays, I run to greet her and hug her...
The Gift Of Sisters
An opponent, a teammate, a fan in the stands.
As time presses on, those loathsome grains of sand.
Like looking in a personality mirror, I reflect you, you reflect me.
Featured Shared Story
My sister has been very ill and her birthday is this month and I wanted to give her something special I decided to make a collage and this poem will be included. This poem speaks to me of...
Poem About Looking Up To Big Sister
GOD had a plan when we were born,
to make us sisters who would love and adore.
You're the big sister I've always looked up to,Featured Shared Story
I had I fight with my sister. She warned me about my boyfriend. I went to ask my babe and now my sister can't even talk to me. I feel bad about that.
Your love is a gift
Your affection is sweet
You color my thoughts
You groom my heart...Featured Shared Story
My cute little sister I love you so much. You're the story of my life. The minute you stepped into my life it changed. I was lonely than here comes along a little sister I will share my life...
Proud Of Little Sister
She walks around with confidence
A little girl, she is only nine
People ask, Is she your sister?
And I reply proudly, Yes, she is mine.Featured Shared Story
This poem reminds me of my older Sissy. She is now 18 and in the Army, and I am next to follow. I used to copy her all the time to frustrate her because it was fun. Now I'm following her...
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