Top 100 Poems About: SISTER
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.To My Sister
It is the first mild day of March:
Each minute sweeter than before
The redbreast sings from the tall larch
That stands beside our door. read more »William Wordsworth
2.One Sister Have I In Our House
One Sister have I in our house,
And one, a hedge away. read more »Emily Dickinson
3.On The Death Of Anne Brontë
THERE 's little joy in life for me,
And little terror in the grave ;
I 've lived the parting hour to see
Of one I would have died to save. read more »Charlotte Brontë
4.My Sister Laura
My sister Laura's bigger than me
And lifts me up quite easily.
I can't lift her, I've tried and tried;
She must have something heavy inside. read more »Spike Milligan
5.To My Dear Sister, Mrs. C. P. On Her Nuptial
We will not like those men our offerings pay
Who crown the cup, then think they crown the day.
We make no garlands, nor an altar build,
Which help not Joy, but Ostentation yield. read more »Katherine Philips
6.Brother And Sister
"SISTER, sister, go to bed!
Go and rest your weary head."
Thus the prudent brother said. read more »Lewis Carroll
7.Curse Of A Rich Polish Peasant On His Sister Who Ran Away With A Wild Man
FELIKSOWA has gone again from our house and this time for good, I hope.
She and her husband took with them the cow father gave them, and they sold it. read more »Carl Sandburg
8.Sister Without Peer
My one, the sister without peer,
The handsomest of all!
She looks like the rising morning star
At the start of a happy year. read more »Anonymous
9.The Gardener Xviii: When Two Sisters
When the two sisters go to fetch
water, they come to this spot and
They must be aware of somebody read more »Rabindranath Tagore
In the vine-shadows on the veranda;
under the yellow leaves, in the cooling sun,
sit two sisters. Their slow voices run
like little winter creeks, dwindled by frost and wind, read more »Judith Wright
Sisters - Heaviness and Tenderness- you look the same.
Wasps and bees both suck the heavy rose.
Man dies, and the hot sand cools again.
Carried off on a black stretcher, yesterday’s sun goes. read more »Osip Emilevich Mandelstam
Look how the same possibilities
unfold in their opposite demeanors,
as though one saw different ages
passing through two identical rooms. read more »Rainer Maria Rilke