Poems About: SISTER
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241.Rose-Mary of the Angels
Little Sister Rose-Marie,
Will thy feet as willing-light read more »Adelaide Crapsey
242.Identity ensures sacrifice.
Once I sold my gold for my sister to wed.
I had a pride on it.
Now when my mother has given her hers
I am piqued by it. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
I have heard so much about you
From your sister
And I know that you are the devil that God made you read more »Aldo Kraas
244.Mr. Peter & my sister
Mr. Peter & my sister
This poem goes out to Mr. Peter
Who is a friend of my sister read more »Konjit Berhane
and the whole time that the big family meal had been going on
sister went to pass the bowl of Manwich, but brother, being the
vegetarian now (having changed so since leaving the nest to college)
shook his head slowly with food in his mouth (salted baby Yukon Golds) & sister scanned the rest of the table when her cousin (the attractive lawyer read more »andrew delapruch
"Why did you melt your waxen man
To-day is the third since you began."
"The time was long, yet the time ran, read more »Dante Gabriel Rossetti
247.The Black Swan
When the swans turned my sister into a swan
I would go to the lake, at night, from milking:
The sun would look out through the reeds like a swan,
A swan's red beak; and the beak would open read more »Randall Jarrell
248.My Lovely Sister
Is solace anywhere more comforting than in the arms of a sister
I read somewhere and I think to myself how fate was so kind
The experience I have had in the years of my life untold and unsaid
But I would like her to know she is always on my mind read more »Kumar Parashar
249.Forgive me girls, I am a man!
When she was born,
I saw her first in the bed of a hospital,
She was crying,
Her pinkish lips were trembling, read more »kafil uddin raihan.
You've had eighteen long years
And I've been there since the start
It seems we've drifted apart sometimes
But I have always held you close in my heart read more »Brielle King
251.Not Yet Dust and Ashes
I’m sitting at the table
in the living room
with my sister, her daughter and husband
and her friend Sarah read more »Charles Chaim Wax
252.My Sister, My Friend
You came along in 75
“A sister for you” Dad said on the drive
Little did I know just what that would mean
But to find out I was keen. read more »Jayne Jones