Sister Poems

Poems for 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.

Poems for Big Sisters & Little Sisters

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  1. 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.
    You are the best friend I've ever had.

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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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  3. My Dearest Sister

    • By Aimee Tran
    • Published: December 2010
    Happy Birthday Wishes For 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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    Sibling relationships have their ups and downs, but by the end of the day all is forgiven. Not yet a year, but I miss my oldest sister every day. I was her caregiver for 6 years. I still...

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  4. The Importance Of A Sister

    Why I Love My Sister Poem

    Analysis of Form and Technique

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    A sister is someone who loves you from the heart.
    No matter how much you argue, you cannot be drawn apart.
    She is a joy that cannot be taken away.
    Once she enters your life, she is there to stay.

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    I was 9 when I first found out I have a sister. I remember I would dream of knowing her and that someday we would met.

    I used to watch other children play with their sisters and think to...

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  6. Happy Birthday Sister

    God gave me a beautiful gift when he gave me you
    Not only a big sister but a best friend too
    To share times of laughter and memories
    You can’t put a price on precious times like these

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  7. Big Sis, I Love You

    Love For Big Sister

    My dear Big Sis, you are the greatest there is
    And amazing in every way.
    I greatly admire and look up to you
    Each and every day.

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    My sister is the world’s best sis. She cares, loves me, and supports me during all good and bad times.

    I love her. Without her, my life is empty, with nothing left to enjoy. I may die, but...

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  8. Sister

    Acrostic Sister Poem

    Sister is a gem in the family
    Intelligent and kind to everyone
    Secure and provides our needs
    Teaches us to be good stewards

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  10. 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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    I love you more than you know. I love you today, yesterday, and tomorrow. Sisters are forever and friends come and go.

  11. My Sister, My Best Friend

    • By Gillian McKay
    • Published: July 2007

    Picture

    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

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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.

  12. 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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  13. 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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    I can relate to this poem if you read it from bottom to top because when I was little my older sister and I used to play with each other all the time. Then suddenly she started being mean to...

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