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91 Best Sister and Brother Poems for the Unique Bond

Let these sister and brother poems be shared with your sibling. Brother and sister have always had a close bond. Their love is unconditional, and no matter how they argue in the morning, they would always care for one another at the end of the day.

Sister and brother poems show your sentiments about your sibling. A sister and a brother have a special relationship that fluctuates throughout time. However, as the years pass, you will often find greatest friends among them.

Growing up alongside pulls them closer together as they get old. We hope the verses in these bother sister poems express your feelings for your sibling!

Siblings argue when they are younger, but this does not mean they do not love one other. Most siblings would give their lives for one another. As children become older, they typically find it much easier to get along with each other and connect to one another in positive ways.

We’ve noticed that in today’s hectic environment, no one has time to communicate affection to one another. The bond between a brother and sister is lovely, and it, like any other bond, requires a beautiful expression of love.

If you genuinely love your siblings and them her to know how much you adore them, share these inspiring sister and brother poems with them. It will be a one-of-a-kind way to express your love and concern for them.

Best Sister and Brother Poems

A sister might be compared to a second mother, a kid, or a greatest friend to her brother. In the same manner, a brother constantly protects and pleases his sisters. These best sister and brother poems put the limelight on their special bond.

1. My Big Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

I watch everything you do
You’re my hero that is true
I love your laughter and your smile
You always make me feel worthwhile.

Sure, you teased me but I always knew
I could always count on you.
You always watched out for me
Together we could be so silly.

If everyone had a brother like you
The world would be a better place too
Thank you for being there for me
I love you big brother, you are extraordinary!

2. A Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

A brother is cars and trucks
Some would say he is a roughneck.

A brother is snakes and bugs
But one who always gives a hug.

A brother is a big tease
But also likes to please.

A brother is a best friend
And will stand by you until the end

You, my brother, are one of a kind
You are the best, that I remind!

Love you always, no matter what
I send you this message from my heart.

3. Lifelong Sister and Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

Sisters and brothers are together for life
Growing up, there is at times, strife.
But no matter what there is always a bond
One of friendship and beyond.

At times, they can drift apart
But the bond between them never departs.
As the years go by they may find
That their sibling is one of a kind.

God gives us sisters and brothers
A relationship like no other.
Give thanks for that sibling sent
It truly is no accident!

4. Have Patience

       by Catherine Pulsifer

You will find life is just not the same
If you don’t have a sister or brother to blame.
Growing up a brother can be
To his sister a bully.

He takes her stuff
And he can be so rough
You would think
He didn’t give a blink.

But a brother may act so tough
As a sister, you may say that is enough.
But deep down a brother does care
His love is one that is rare.

His feelings he will show
When life gives us a blow.
So, remember to have patience
When you need him, he will be there in an instance.

5. I Wanted a sister

       by Catherine Pulsifer

I wanted a sister but
With you I got stuck.
A baby boy
That steals my toys.

A brother, no way, it couldn’t be
I wanted a sister can’t you see.
I asked why a brother?
Oh Mother, oh Mother!

Boys like weird things like bugs
They bring home frogs and slugs
Oh, why a brother I had to have
I was not very glad!

But when I saw your little baby face
You my brother I did embrace.
You were so tiny and cute
I stopped with my dispute.

And as you grew, I loved you so
I no longer want a sister I want you to know
As brother happiness you bring
I wouldn’t trade you for anything.

6. God’s Garden

       by Melissa Shreve

God looked around his garden and found an empty place
He then looked down upon the Earth and saw your tired face
He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest
With the help of his angels, they flew you to your heavenly place

God’s garden must be beautiful, he always takes the best
He knew you were suffering; he knew you were in pain
He knew that you would never get well on Earth again
He saw the road was getting rough and the hills too hard to climb

He closed your weary eyelids and whispered “Peace be Thine”
It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn’t go alone
For part of us went with you the day God called you home

7. I Never Saw Your Wings (Modified)

       by Anonymous

How is it that I never saw your wings?
when you were here with me?
When you closed your eyes and soared
to the Heavens I could hear the
faint flutter of you wings as you left.

Your body no longer on this side
Your spirit here eternally I see your halo shine.
I close my eyes and see the multicoloured wings
surround me in my saddest moments and my happiest times.

Sister my angel God has given you your assignment
always my sister forever my angel.
You fly into my dreams and when I am asleep
I feel your wings brush against my face wiping away

the tears I shed since I can no longer hold
you in my arms but in my heart.
You earned those wings dear sister
and you will always be my angel eternal.

8. Lose You

       by Adriana

Never thought I’d lose you,
But here I am,
Standing alone,
Without you by my side,

We’re sisters for life,
We promised,
But now you’re gone,
I don’t know what to do,

Without you,
I’m going crazy,
I’m trying to hold on,
To keep strong,

But it just doesn’t feel right,
I’m waiting here,
My arms wide open,
Tears running down my face,

Ready for your return,
Even if it takes forever,
My sister…

9. My Sister

       by Jennifer D. Brock

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.

When we first met,
We had no clue,
What was getting ready to happen,
Was not completely out of the blue.

God had a plan,
Throughout all the years,
He was making us for each other,
To share life’s smiles and tears.

I never could have imagined,
What a sister’s love was about,
Until I met you,
And then I really found out.

A sister’s love is unconditional,
It’s a love that has no end,
A sister’s love wants the best for each other,
It’s a love that will always defend.

Sometimes we may get mad,
Or we may begin to fight,
But that’s the fun part about having a sister,
We both think we’re always right!

I’m so glad that I did not have,
A sister in the past,
It’s made me much more thankful,
For the sister I have at last.

10. Letting You Go

       by Ivanna M. Torres

I know I have to face the day
when my mornings will not be as sweet,
when I’ll wake up and feel
like something is missing and nothing is there,
when you will be waking up next to someone else
who isn’t me?
Every day I fear this morning is getting closer.

Every night I fall asleep,
I sleep in hopes of dreaming
that everything would be like it was before,
but I can’t get that chance
because reality will not leave me alone.

I will always have to confess one thing:
nothing scares me more than losing the person
I have always had by my side.
At night I’ll feel so alone and lost without you,
and maybe you’ll be lonesome too

I know I’m being selfish
for wanting something I can’t have forever,
but I will always feel in my heart and in my soul
that you belong to me,
no matter the distance, no matter the place, no matter the time.

My mornings are getting colder,
my nights are getting restless.
I will never stop thinking about the day I’ll have to say it,
the day I’ll have to say goodbye.

That day is getting closer,
the day I’ve been wishing never to come,
the day of your departure.
I’ll watch helplessly as you turn around to leave.
A part of me will die the day I’ll let you go.

Famous Sister and Brother Poems

Poems on siblings are an excellent approach to communicate our feelings. If you want to express your feelings for your brother or sister, write in a poetic language that will touch their heart.

You may use any of the poems in this selection of famous poems about brothers and sisters to express your eternal love, care, and devotion for your adoring sibling. ‎

1. Annoying Sisters, I Still Love Them

       by Felisha A. Barkley

Sisters are so annoying!
Trust me,
I have three.
They do everything they can
to get on my nerves.

Things like pull my hair,
take my stuff,
embarrass me
in front of a really cute guy.

Then when I tell Mom or Dad,
they play it sweet.
Well, guess who gets in trouble.
Not them,
me!
Even though they can be a big pain,
I still love them,
for who they are.
Now that will never change.

2. Sister Sister

       by Sierra Breeland

My sister is funny
she likes to eat money

I can’t wait till she goes to school
she might have a lot of work to do

I will have to teach her how to spell
I never want to be in hell

My Sister is a tease
She is always making me freeze

She is so great
I do believe in fate

I am only seven
But I know all about heaven

My sister is almost two
I will have to teach her to tie her shoes

My sister I love to death
She is sometimes a mess

My sister i will never forget
She needs to learn not to hit

SISTER SISTER
I love you so
Thank you for being my sister
I will miss you so.

3. Love-Hate Is the Best Word

       by Anonymous

To describe our relationship
Unbreakable is the best word
To describe our friendship
Eternal is the best word

To describe our connection
Perfect is the best word
To describe our relation
Dear sis, you really mean

The whole world to me
I love you so much
I hope you can now see.

4. Sisters and Best Friends

       by Anonymous

God sent us to be sisters
So, we can be best of friends,
To be there for one another
Even when there is pain.

I thank the Lord for sending my sisters to me,
For whom I truly love and care.
We shared so many things together,
Like laughter and some scares.

It’s funny how we sometimes argue.
I guess it’s normal in this world,
But having you as my sister
Means more to me, more than you’ll ever know.

I wouldn’t trade you for anything.
I will never let go.
As our friendship continues to grow,
So will my love for you.
Just always remember you can talk to me.
I’ll be the best friend you ever knew.

5. From Me

       by Anna Williams

If you see a sunset, it’s me, smiling
from behind it.
If I go away far, and you see a star
if you find it, I’m inside it.

You can fold it, and hold it forever,
if you hide it.
If our words and worlds sever
if ever I lose you.

If two thousand light-years or seven
confuse you;
Remember me.  Here and in Heaven
I’ll see you.

I’ll be beguiling my filing, still smiling
to see you.
When mountains, magenta and moulded
turn red,
like you said,
You’ll find the feeling you folded
not dead.

You’ll steal the swirling sky, turning
with me.
You won’t be bounded, but burning
and free.

6. Thank You Brother

       by Prisma Y. Hernandez

Thank you
You were their when I was sad
You were their when I was mad, thank you.

You touched my heart and told me not to cry,
That’s one reason our love cannot die

You respected my decision
I respected your compassion

Tell me brother why where you so good to me?
I screamed at you about 300 times
You were trying to help me, help me not to die

Now I know you did it for my best
You are no longer here, you are finally put to rest

You can’t leave me now that I need you the most
Brother where are you, my heart is about to burst.

7. You’re My Big Brother

       by Debbie S. Lott

You’re my Big Brother
And I love you with all my heart.
When I was young, we were very close
Now, I regret us growing apart.

You were always my HERO
When I was a little girl.
There was no one like my Charles Ray.
Not in this world.

Then you got married,
And everything seems to change.
I understood things would be different,
But not completely rearranged.

As time went by,
Our closeness seemed to disappear,
But not my love and admiration.
And if you really look, that is clear.

I know I’ve disappointed you
And I know I’ve let you down.
But Charles, I’m trying to rebuild
And get our relationship back on solid ground.

8. First Love, Lost Love: My Brother.

       by Kathleen Thorn

From the same womb,
we burst forth;
4 years apart,
and you came last.

The moment my eyes laid rest on you,
I knew I’d found my love so true.
The innocence within your soul,
shown from your eyes with such a glow.

The years went past,
and friends we were;
Through all the moves,
we, as one, endured.

I tended all wounds, and cherished you so,
never knowing,
someday you would go.
Go in heart, go in mind, go in spirit,
I cannot find,
the words to say the grief I feel,
When you’re not here; I feel unreal.

I’ve begged you, pleaded, shouted, cried;
felt as though my self has died.
Still, you stay so far away,
not a word, nor thought to say.

The joys forgotten,
the smiles, like fruit,
now rotten….

The love dissolved,
not to be resolved,
and never solved,
this mystery.

I did my best,
you must know that.
for in your heart,
I live.

Now the days grow shorter still,
and someday soon we leave this earth,
Not like the joyous day of birth.

I want to share these days with you,
our troubles, joys, and our blood bond through.

I did my BEST,
you have decided the rest,
and left me to ride,
the crest,
of this unholy wave,
of departure from you.

Mercy, for my imagined sins,
Mercy for my imagined sins,
Mercy for my imagined sins….

Only you and I came forth from the same mother,
Only you and I can be called sister and brother,
Only you and I can help each other,
Only YOU, and I.

9. You Meant So Much

       by Mark

from the moment you were born
you knew it was going to be a rough road
you never stopped fighting
you never gave up

you never got to walk
or even got to talk
but I’m sure if you did
you would never stop

why did u have to have this disease
where all you could do is lay there
for when I was growing up
all I wanted was for us to play

over the years of your life
you’ve had to battle sickness
every year you went the hospital
and it drained so much out

mom and dad did all they could
and I hope you know that
but with your condition
they couldn’t do much

I wish though I could take back time
go back the day you died
so, I could have been with you

I’m sorry I wasn’t there
I was at a friend’s house
and when dad went looking for me
I wasn’t there

it was my fault dad and Matt couldn’t say goodbye
and for that I’m truly sorry
because now I feel so bad
so, I feel like dying

but for your sake I keep fighting
because you showed be how to be strong
and I don’t want to disappoint you
so, I’ll keep on going

10. The Bestest Friend

       by Brittney

My Brother Vinnie was hit
I couldn’t believe what I saw
It was my dad who did it
And all I did was stare in total awe

Why was I just standing there why did I yell “STOP”?
I look up at my father’s face as he pulled his hand back
All Vinnie did was erase something on the computer
But by my daddy’s anger I could tell he was ready to attack

This happened many times before
But that’s the one I remember the most
I was only there on the weekends
I know what happened and Vinnie and I were so close.

My dad told Vinnie to do most things with me
And if he refused you know what happened next
Bam another hit on the head
My dad’s like a mean. Big. Slapping T-Rex

Vinnie cooked cleaned and played with me
A Big brother doing a job of a dad
He was great and we had a lot of fun together
But seeing him get hurt makes me so sad

Now dad’s hand is just hitting my bestest friend
And Vinnie had just banged his head
I didn’t know what to do so I went in our room
And started crying on my bed

I remember all the places we went
And the things we used to do
I remember all times we hugged
And every time we said “I love you”

My bestest friend walks in the room a little later
I stare at him he stares at me
I kept remembering what happened
But I said nothing neither did he

After he comes and sits next to me and says to me
“Don’t worry no matter what I will love you and be with you until the end”
I looked up. While trying to hold back my tears I said
“I know I love you too and you’re my bestest friend”

When I see him now and realize how hard it must have been
To take care for me and cheer me up it must have been so very hard
To fake a smile and pretend everything is alright even though it’s not
To act like nothing was happening he is permanently scarred

Watching him smile on the outside but cry on the inside made me feel very sorry and gloomy
Now that I realize more of what had happened it makes me even more upset
Whenever I see him and look deep in his eyes, I can still see the look from years ago
Yes, me and my bestest friends’ life is hard I bet you won’t want to walk in our shoes I bet

Short Sister and Brother Poems

I’ve compiled a list of some of the loveliest short poems for brother from sister that you’ll want to share with your brother. The sibling link is one of the greatest in the world, and it is firmly ingrained in our personality and character.

This link is formed at a very young age when we first encounter our sister, brother, or twin. If you want to make your brother feel special, do share these brother poems from sister with him.

1. From the Sun and Her Flowers

       by Rupi Kaur

“It isn’t blood that makes you my sister
it’s how you understand my heart
as though you carry it
in your body”

2. For My Beloved Sister

       by Shashi Dhar Kumar

Someone who will understand
Who knows the way I feel?
In every situation
Her concern is very real…

Someone who has touched my heart
Who knows my every need?
Times when she would see me cry
Her heart would nearly bleed…

Everyone should have a sister
Just the way I do
Even though your far away
Richly blessed is what I am
To have a sister like you…

3. You Know I Dote Over You Expecting Nothing

       by Anonymous

You know I dote over you expecting nothing
Savoring the times, I have spent with you,
Relishing your presence above food and drinks,
The talks and gist that you engage me in I crave,

My solidarity and loyalty belong to you,
Because of your fondling grace that has overwhelmed me graciously,
My friend and my sister that loves me.
I love you, sister.

4. One in A Million

       by Anonymous

You are pretty Intelligent and classy
Such an extraordinaire exceeding all, shining very bright,
A template for many generations to come,
Because of your unceasing fashion of care,

Stocking piles of goodness up to the roof,
Without room for misbehavior and selfishness,
You are indeed one in a million dear.

5. For My Sister There Is No Replacement

       by Charlotte K. Hardy

When we were young, I followed you,
We played, we fought, and had fun a time or two. When we grew taller,
and thought we knew it all
and one of us would fall,

the other gave a helping hand
and said, watch the lay of the land,
see over there, you’ll sink in quick sand. Then I went one way and you another,
and still, when we could,
we helped each other.

Now we are older, and once again we stand side by side
and shoulder to shoulder.
I’ve learned one thing,
you’ve learned another,
and we’ve both learned
there is no replacement
for one or the other.

6. My Little Brother

       by Kayla L. Carver

Many people say
they wouldn’t want a little sibling
But without you
life wouldn’t be worth living.

When I’m mad at the world
I look into your ocean blue eyes
and everything seems alright.
When I touch your fair soft skin
I suddenly come alive.

That’s when I know
that out of all the little boys in the world
God sent you especially
to be my little brother.

7. Brothers Are Forever

       by Alex Romero

Brothers share a special bond,
Like blood, brotherhood,
It’s thicker than water.
Friends may come and go,

And relationships may drift apart,
But brothers are forever.
Though the sun may rise in the east,
And set in the west,
We will still be brothers.

Though the seasons may change,
Spring, summer, fall and winter;
We will still be brothers.
What God has ordained,
No man can change,
Brothers are forever.

8. Love Made Perfect

       by Emma Louise Langham

The angels took the April skies
And made two bright and shining eyes.
They plucked a sunbeam here and there
And spun his locks of golden hair.

The fairies with their fingertips
Made rosebuds into tender lips.
The birds, of course, did their part, too.
They gave their song for him to coo.

And then God sent him from above
For me to have and hold and love.

Funny Sister and Brother Poems

Let us now take a look at some funny brother poems from sister. Growing up with a sibling is an experience in and of itself, and those who grew up as only children may struggle to comprehend what it’s actually like to have a brother or sister.

Humor is one of the distinguishing aspects of a sibling relationship, and these funny brother poems from sister will remind you of all the wonderful times you’ve had with your siblings.

1. Brother Told Us

       by Andrea Dietrich

Brother told us sometimes that he peed
sitting down with a good book to read,
but with his ding-a-ling

he was having a fling
when we spied on him.  Good book indeed!

2. one race

       by victor nwakanma

The firmament above, beneath we exist,
This diversity in divine artistry
Same eyes divers sizes
Different skin same sin

Different color same honor
Same human same humor
Why try to sort out maize from corn? They are all same
Cus just one shot, your race won’t spare you

3. My Bedroom

       by Jan Allison

Daddy looks at this place
Mommy said it’s a disgrace
cos nothing’s in the right place
the floor’s an obstacle race
and my best book on space
isn’t in the book case

BUT my kid sister Grace
is lurking on the staircase
she’s got a grin on her face –
That smile I’d like to erase!

Daddy I can only assume
she’s been in my bedroom
As she can now reach the door
Daddy, I’ve warned her before
One day there’s gonna be war!

Daddy just hears my plea
Please please give me a key
Then I can lock my sister out
And then mommy won’t shout…
At me!

4. Seven Years and Big Brother

       by Sunshine Smile

I am 7 years old and have already learned a lot
as …
“God’s wife is called Godmother
  She is the mother of all her grandchildren:
  Noah, Jesus and Santa Claus “

This is my second year at school
“All children start with clean hands”

(Laughter ……… 🙂

By the way
  … do you know?
“Grandmothers have very big bra
They are so big that
I get the whole butt and two knees into one bowl
… the second my brother can use a cradle “

5. He’s Fully loaded

       by Darlene Gifford

Stinky-Butt crawls
like a snail and leaves a trail.
My baby brothers

6. If I Beat You to The Barn

       by richard karr

Farm boys, farm boys, go and do your chores
Better take your hat for its sunny out-of-doors
Farm boys, farm boys, gotta milk those cows
Milk-em twice a day and feed the hungry sows

Make your mother butter in the butter churn
Argue with your brother when you think it’s not your turn
Measure off the distance you both will have to run
Where it is you’ll need to go to get the milking done

Toe the mark to challenge your brother at the gate
Divvy up the pails to balance out the weight
Farm boys being farm boys down there on the farm
And you’ll milk the cows if I beat you to the barn

7. Clean Sister, Dirty Brother

       by john Williams

Leany Reany was so cleany,
She bathed five times a day,
She washed herself with ropey soapy
After every little play.

Dirty Burty was so shirty
When he had to take a shower,
He washed himself with muddy buddy,
Never smelling like a flower.

8. Only Brother

       by Cona Adams

He was the eldest,
tall, handsome, all knowing
(By his own assessment).

He could roll a ‘guide and wheel’
all the way to school
without a stop. That wheel
kept rolling as if by magic.

He could shimmy up a tree
in search of wild grapes.

He could swim in deep water,
catch snakes for pets.

He could hunt squirrels with Dad,
shoot a 22 rifle.

He could milk a cow,
hitch a horse to the wagon.

He could zing you, square on,
with a dry corn cob.

He could run barefoot
through woods, creeks, fields,
and over dirt roads.

But he missed the rafter,
fell through to the floor below,
knocked himself out cold,
chasing his cat through the attic.

9. I Personally Know a Monster

       by Jacob Cra

He annoys me twenty-four seven!
And sometimes I can’t even sleep!
Especially when he snores and claims
in the morning that he didn’t make a peep!

He is filthy, disgusting, and appalling!
Picking food out of his mouth after meals!
Often, I think he is crazy!
I mean c’mon… he doesn’t even walk on his heels!

But no matter how strange he is,
Nasty and smelling like scat,
I’ve got to put up with his vexation
because he’s my brother and I kinda have to love him for that.

Beautiful Sister and Brother Poems

Brothers and sisters have a distinct affinity that is strengthened by strong familial ties. Share these lovely poems about siblings love to inspire and appreciate your sibling. ‎

1. Brother and Sister

       by Anonymous

The shorn moon trembling indistinct on her path,
Frail as a scar upon the pale blue sky,
Draws towards the downward slope: some sorrow hath
Worn her down to the quick, so she faintly fares
Along her foot-searched way without knowing why
She creeps persistent down the sky’s long stairs.

Some day they see, though I have never seen,
The dead moon heaped within the new moon’s arms;
For surely the fragile, fine young thing had been
Too heavily burdened to mount the heavens so.
But my heart stands still, as a new, strong dread alarms
Me; might a young girl be heaped with such shadow of woe?

Since Death from the mother moon has pared us down to the quick,
And cast us forth like shorn, thin moons, to travel
An uncharted way among the myriad thick
Strewn stars of silent people, and luminous litter
Of lives which sorrows like mischievous dark mice chavel
To nought, diminishing each star’s glitter,

Since Death has delivered us utterly, naked and white,
Since the month of childhood is over, and we stand alone,
Since the beloved, faded moon that set us alight
Is delivered from us and pays no heed though we moan
In sorrow, since we stand in bewilderment, strange
And fearful to sally forth down the sky’s long range.

We may not cry to her still to sustain us here,
We may not hold her shadow back from the dark.
Oh, let us here forget, let us take the sheer
Unknown that lies before us, bearing the ark
Of the covenant onwards where she cannot go.
Let us rise and leave her now, she will never know.

2. A Prayer

       by Anonymous

I know for sure that in this great relationship,
You have been the one with a heart of gold,
Making sure that we do not have a wreckage
When you know of me being disadvantaged by any breakage

Your commitment is second to none,
As you daily pray that we should always be one
Without constantly being corrupted by strife,
But that we shall always enjoy the benefits and praises of this life.

3. God Gave Me You, Sister

       by Antoinette McDonald

God brought us together as sisters
So, we can share all our hopes and dreams,
To share our laughter and our tears.
Sometimes to get mad and even fight,
To hold each other up when we are down.
Together the bond we have will remain strong.

There were so many times I hated you,
But now it is only you I can trust.
I’ll be here for you no matter what.
You’ll always be in my heart.
I am glad that you are of my blood.
Don’t know what I’d do without you in my life.

If you need a shoulder to cry on, I’ll be here.
I am here when you are sad and lonely
Or when you’re in pain.
Glad I can help you when you’re feeling gray.
I’m thankful to you that you’re my sister.
I can honestly say I’m grateful to God for giving me a sister like YOU!

4. We Love to Sing

       by Anonymous

It has always been our thing,
Our thing, our being
This thing in you, in me
It just keeps us on

Humming through tears and laughter
Our beautiful song is birthed
Oh my, we could go on and on
Please don’t stop

Give me those rhymes girl
Please don’t stop
Sign me your treble
And you are my tenor

No, we won’t stop!
‘Cos, we love to sing.

5. Always There

       by Rachel S. Lengefeld

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.

When you need to talk, I have an open ear.
You’re growing up and getting older.
Know that I’m always here, I’m not going anywhere.
Wherever you are, I’m there with you.

You’re in my heart and my prayers.
Just know I’m here, because I truly care.
You’re my sister, you mean so much.
Don’t want to see you hurt or cry.

I’ll wipe the tears; I’ll get rid of your fears.
Want to see you grow up and achieve.
Just believe, have faith,
You can do anything.

You’re beautiful inside and out.
You’re smart and very talented.
You’re many things, but most of all, you’re my sister.
I believe in you, and know that I’ll never stop loving you.

6. Thank You Letter to Sister

       by Katie A. Neale

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.

Thank you for trusting me through the good times and the bad.
Thank you for seeing me through the hard times that we’ve had.
Thank you for being born, and I thank God that you’re alive.
Though our friendship may be worn, we will always get through that strife,

Because we are sisters and each other’s family.
Like old pictures or an ancient memory,
This will never end, this friendship that we made,
Because we can depend on cherished moments that we saved.

7. A Message to My Sister

       by Mary Nagy

When we talked yesterday
your pain was so apparent
even though
you wouldn’t say.

I could feel you
through my computer.
I could feel your pain
and your desire
for happiness.

I have faith in you
and if I could send my strength
acrossed the many miles
to help guide you
through the roads
that are bound to get rough
I would.

Prove everyone wrong
show them
that you have suffered
long enough
and that now
you will accept nothing
less than happiness.

We were born into pain
loneliness
and abuse.
Don’t stay there.
You are so young still
and what a survivor’s story
you will have
when you overcome
all your obstacles
and create the life
you’ve never dared to dream!

8. My Role Model

       by Sarah Hroszowy

My role model
Is beautiful in body and soul,
Is intellectual, but fun
Will let me call and leave silly messages on the answering machine
(Like singing Happy Birthday to myself)

Holds family close to her heart no matter what
Takes pride in her accomplishments
(Such as learning how to cook, learning Italian,
building a dream house
AND decorating it beautifully)

Knows it’s ok to cry in front of others
Is always there to listen, give guidance, and a hug
Has a contagious laugh, a continuous smile?
And enough pep to scare cheerleaders

She has learned not to sweat the small nuances life thrown at us
Keeps the faith
But most of all
Is wholehearted in her love

My role model, my sister.

9. The Black Swan

       by Randall Jarrell

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 reads like a swan,
A swan’s red beak; and the beak would open
And inside there was darkness, the stars and the moon.

Out on the lake, a girl would laugh.
“Sister, here is your porridge, sister,”
I would call; and the reeds would whisper,
“Go to sleep, go to sleep, little swan.”
My legs were all hard and webbed, and the silky

Hairs of my wings sank away like stars
In the ripples that ran in and out of the reeds:
I heard through the lap and hiss of water
Someone’s “Sister . . . sister,” far away on the shore,
And then as I opened my beak to answer

I heard my harsh laugh go out to the shore
And saw – saw at last, swimming up from the green
Low mounds of the lake, the white stone swans:
The white, named swans . . . “It is all a dream,”
I whispered, and reached from the down of the pallet

To the lap and hiss of the floor.
And “Sleep, little sister,” the swan all sang
From the moon and stars and frogs of the floor.
But the swan my sister called, “Sleep at last, little sister,”
And stroked all night, with a black wing, my wings.

10. Celebrate with Me for I Have Found a Friend

       by Anonymous

A faithful one is who I am very closed to
Thou which we come not forth of the same water and blood,
But we share the same thoughts of the mind.

Thou art more than a friend for your strength can not be compared.
Your words are heavier than the measure of sea sand.
And more honorable than the signet ring of a king.

Sister and Brother Poems That Make You Cry

Your sister and brother are the only people who are familiar with you. A sibling will frequently provide you support that you didn’t even realise you needed and will most likely encourage you to follow your objectives and aspirations. Here are a few of my favorite inspirational sister and brother poems that make you cry.

1. Brother and Sister

       by George Eliot

I cannot choose but think upon the time
When our two lives grew like two buds that kiss
At lightest thrill from the bee’s swinging chime,
Because the one so near the other is.

He was the elder and a little man
Of forty inches, bound to show no dread,
And I the girl that puppy-like now ran,
Now lagged behind my brother’s larger tread.

I held him wise, and when he talked to me
Of snakes and birds, and which God loved the best,
I thought his knowledge marked the boundary
Where men grew blind, though angels knew the rest.

If he said ‘Hush! ‘I tried to hold my breath;
Wherever he said ‘Come! ‘I stepped in faith.

2. My Brother

       by Benjamin L. Wiley

My Brother
My brother is strong when I am weak
Courageous when I am scared
Funny when I am sad
My Brother

My Brother
He is there when I need him
He is there when I don’t
He is the one that needs no introduction
My Brother

My Brother
He is the one that is Priceless
The one that is Sincere
My brother is the coolest
My Brother

If I ever needed him, you know whom I am going to call
My Brother

3. Growing Up

       by Catherine Pulsifer

Growing up, I was always to blame
You just sat and smiled all the same.
No matter what I did
You always blamed “the kid.”

And in the middle of the night.
You would sneak around and give me a fright.
And there were times when I would hide.
And you would look for me high and wide.

And you always loved the snow.
You made snowmen just for show.
You always did well on the tests.
You were smarter than the rest.

And as a teenager, you thought you were cool.
The girls would look at you and drool.
I would roll my eyes and sigh.
If they only knew, they would cry.

Oh, the memories of so long ago
Yes, when we were kids, we didn’t know.
What great friends we would be
As we got older and crazier!

So, you, my dear brother, I have a bond.
Of you, I have grown so fond.
You’re the best brother a girl could have
Even if you almost drove me mad!

4. Two Months Away

       by Autumn Harris

Two months away
it will be May
and you will be gone.
I’m trying to forget about it

but I’m remembering
and I just have to say
you’ll be missed
cause it’s only two months away.

soon you’ll be graduating
and the memories
will be all that remain.
two months away

you’ll be in a different lane
and I’ll still be on the other one
in a lot of pain.
You’re the best, bro

a girl could even ask for
I just wish we had a couple of years more
So, I could have more memories
cause in case you didn’t know it,
May is only two months away!

5. Come Back Home

       by Ayesha Patel

As you left, you said you’d be back.
And promised that we would be together again.
Visions of the future,
Of all the fun times you had promised, filled my head.
As we bid farewell.

Come back, Brother.
Don’t leave me alone in this world.
We’re related by blood,
Brothers and best friends forever.
Don’t break that bond.
Come back home to me.

Your face brightens my day,
And your voice is music to me,
Your smile is a treasure,
And your love and kindness are forever,
And I’ll miss all that while you are gone.

Come back, Brother.
Don’t leave me alone in this world.
We’re related by blood,
Brothers and best friends forever.
Don’t break that bond,
Come back home to me.

You’re the friend God sent me,
An angel who’d look after me.
Heaven sent you here,
So why leave me now?
Our fun never seemed to end,
And our laughter filled the air.

Come back, Brother.
Don’t leave me alone in this world.
We’re related by blood,
Brothers and best friends forever.
Don’t break that bond,
Come back home to me.

As time passes by
And memories fade away,
I’ll find a way to keep you alive,
And I’ll hope forever.
Someday you’ll come home to me.

Come back, Brother.
Don’t leave me alone in this world.
We’re related by blood,
Brothers and best friends forever.
Don’t break that bond,
Come back home to me.

You are my brother,
You are my friend.
We’re linked together,
And I’ll always watch out for you,
Because I know you watch out for me,
No matter where you are.

Come back, Brother.
Don’t leave me alone in this world.
We’re related by blood,
Brothers and best friends forever.
Don’t break that bond,
Come back home to me.

6. I Remember

       by Jerry Krause, Sr

I remember a time in my youth.
Brothers, best friends, together always.
Fishing and baseball – oh, those were the days.

I remember, together as teens.
The fighting and arguing and all in between
The laughing and joking till tears filled our eyes.

I remember those times each day I wake.
Not understanding God’s choice in who to take
A brother, a father, a good man to all.

I remember our last time together.
Sitting and talking well into the night.
Together, in your sickness, we vowed to fight.

I remember you asking, ’Jer, are you sure.’
Looking at you, our eyes filled with tears.
‘Jack, you’re my brother – my blood is yours. ‘

I remember them saying the transplant went well.
Kissing you goodbye, I went on my way.
I am fine, you said, no need to stay.

I remember that night in June.
The phone call we’ve all come to fear
Still remember those words after all these years.

I remember those words will all my life.
Your wife’s voice was shaking, ‘the transplant failed.’
Three little words through my heart like a knife.

I remember you, brother, always so strong.
I pray every day; I hope you forgive me.
I thought I could help you; I guess I was wrong.

I remember a time in my youth.
Brothers, best friends, together always.
Fishing and baseball, oh those were the days.

7. Tears

       by Margaret A. Collins

I saw my brother cry today.
He seemed five years old
It did not seem to me that he was six feet tall.
He lost a thing he treasured,

I saw it in his eyes.
To see my brother hurt,
It made me want to cry.
Love is not measured in how tall you are,
Or how far around your arms go.

When you hug someone that you love so.
But how much it hurts to let something you love go.
I want my brother to know that he
Is loved by all, especially me.
I saw my brother cry today.

8. In Our Minds

       by Anonymous

We stand motionless,
consumed in grief.
Sorrow has arrived,
with smiles thief.

We’re gathered here,
to mourn and cry.
Our questions pointing,
at the clear blue sky.

Why did you go,
why did you leave,
Life without you,
is so hard to conceive.

Our hearts are damaged,
and scarred severely.
We shall miss you,
much more than dearly.

For having you in our lives,
we’ve all been blessed.
But now the time has arrived,
for you to rest.

We promise to cherish,
our memories of you.
You shall live in our minds,
and all that we do.

9. Those Long Days

       by George Eliot

Those long days measured by my little feet
Had chronicles which yield me many a text;
Where irony still finds an image meet
Of full-grown judgments in this world perplex.

One day my brother left me in high charge,
To mind the rod, while he went seeking bait,
And bade me, when I saw a nearing barge,
Snatch out the line lest he should come too late.

Proud of the task, I watched with all my might
For one whole minute, till my eyes grew wide,
Till sky and earth took on a strange new light
And seemed a dream-world floating on some tide –

A fair pavilioned boat for me alone
Bearing me onward through the vast unknown.

10. Self-Same World

       by George Eliot

We had the self-same world enlarged for each
By loving difference of girl and boy:
The fruit that hung on high beyond my reach
He plucked for me, and oft he must employ

A measuring glance to guide my tiny shoe
Where lay firm stepping-stones, or call to mind
‘This thing I like my sister may not do,
For she is little, and I must be kind.’

Thus, boyish Will the nobler mastery learned
Where inward vision over impulse reigns,
Widening its life with separate life discerned,
A Like unlike, a Self that self-restrains.

His years with others must the sweeter be
For those brief days he spent in loving me.

Sister and Brother Poems on the Special Relationship

No bond is more wonderful than that of a brother and sister. With the aid of these poems for brother and sister relationship, you may strengthen your bond even more.

1. Sorrow and Joy

       by George Eliot

His sorrow was my sorrow, and his joy
Sent little leaps and laughs through all my frame;
My doll seemed lifeless and no girlish toy
Had any reason when my brother came.

I knelt with him at marbles, marked his fling
Cut the ringed stem and make the apple drop,
Or watched him winding close the spiral string
That looped the orbits of the humming top.

Grasped by such fellowship, my vagrant thought
Ceased with dream-fruit dream-wishes to fulfil;
My aery-picturing fantasy was taught
Subjection to the harder, truer skill

That seeks with deeds to grave a thought-tracked line,
And by ‘What is,’ ‘What will be’ to define.

2. School Parted Us

       by George Eliot

School parted us; we never found again
That childish world where our two spirits mingled
Like scents from varying roses that remain
One sweetness, nor can evermore be singled.

Yet the twin habit of that early time
Lingered for long about the heart and tongue:
We had been natives of one happy clime
And its dear accent to our utterance clung.

Till the dire years whose awful name is Change
Had grasped our souls still yearning in divorce,
And pitiless shaped them in two forms that range
Two elements which sever their life’s course.

But were another childhood-world my share,
I would be born a little sister there.

3. I feel a special kind of bond with you

       by Anonymous

I feel a special kind of bond with you
That makes me admire your loving thoughts

I like the way you care for me
You are there to listen to my secrets

Please forget those moments when we fought
All I want to tell you is that you are everything to me

4. I’m so lucky

       by Anonymous

I’m so lucky to have a sister like you
Who forgives all my mistakes?
She never speaks aloud

May our true relationship never break
Your presence in my life makes me proud
I am so lucky to have a sister like you.

5. I Love you, my sister

       by Anonymous

Together we quarreled
Together we smiled
When my heart was full of aspire
You were there to admire

Only you could feel the pain
And that pinched me again and again
You love me more than anyone else
All I want to say is “I Love you, my sister”

6. Dear, sister!

       by Anonymous

Dear, sister! I am so privileged
To be in your company every day

All the fun and excitement together
Makes the time to quickly pass away
To me, nothing is more special
Than having a sweet sister like you

Days come and go without any spark
But only your presence makes everything influential
May this lovely time last forever
And you remain in my heart always

7. To My Sister

       by William Wordsworth

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.

There is a blessing in the air,
Which seems a sense of joy to yield?
To the bare trees, and mountains bare,
And grass in the green field.

My Sister! (’tis a wish of mine)
Now that our morning meal is done,
Make haste, your morning task resign;
Come forth and feel the sun.

Edward will come with you; —and pray,
Put on with speed your woodland dress;
And bring no book: for this one day
We’ll give to idleness.

No joyless forms shall regulate
Our living Calendar:
We from to-day, my friend, will date
The opening of the year.

Love, now a universal birth,
From heart to heart is stealing,
From earth to man, from man to earth,
—It is the hour of feeling.

One moment now may give us more
Than years of toiling reason:
Our minds shall drink at every pore
The spirit of the season.

Some silent laws our hearts will make,
Which they shall long obey:
We for the year to come may take
Our temper from to-day.

And from the blessed power that rolls
About, below, above,
We’ll frame the measure of our souls:
They shall be tuned to love.


Then come, my sister! come I pray,
With speed put on your woodland dress;
—And bring no book: for this one day
We’ll give to idleness.

8. Big Sis, I Love You

       by Ranja Kujala

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.

You are always showing how much you care,
From your heart that is filled with love.
You are a beautiful angel,
Sent from the heavens above.

I am the luckiest sis in the world
To have grown up next to you.
We played and laughed and had fun together,
A great bond that has always stayed true.

Big Sis, you are always in my heart and thoughts,
And I am always sending you a hug and kiss.
You are my world, and I love you so much.
Always and forever…your Lil’ Sis.

Sister and Brother Poems about the Unique Bond

Many of you would concur that there is no greater buddy than a brother or sister, who understands you better than anyone else and knows how to make you mad and happy. Continue reading to find additional poems about brothers and sisters bond that properly show this particular bond! ‎

1. The Importance of a sister

       by Shiv Sharma

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.

A friend who helps you through difficult times,
Her comforting words are worth much more than dimes.
A partner who fills your life with laughs and smiles,
These memories last for miles and miles.

When she is by your side, the world is filled with life.
When she is not around, your days are full of strife.
A sister is a blessing who fills your heart with love.
She flies with you in life with the beauty of a dove.

A companion to whom you can express your feelings,
She doesn’t let you get bored at family dealings.
Whether you are having your ups or downs,
She always helps you with a smile and never frowns.

With a sister, you cannot have a grudge.
She is as sweet as chocolate and as smooth as fudge.
Having a sister is not just a trend.
It is knowing you can always turn to her, your best friend.

2. Sister Know Love

       by George Jerone Jefferson

Sister can know love
Touch life with the charm of soul
Love as star shines
As the rain falls

Love smiles
Thinking about love
Wondering if she loves
Is strong in brother heart

She said sweet talking man
You mister sweet talking man
Yet the truth must be heard
Watch out love coming

Surrender tries one love
Close to find what brings
The sister to accepted the brother
Walk talk love

Feel the blessing
Of the eyes of love on life
It about the sister with brown eyes
Smiles that warm the heart

It about sister with the braids
About skin kiss by YAH love
Just right the shade darkness
It a dream come to life
In sister of soul

3. Brother and Sister

       by Lewis Caroll

“SISTER, sister, go to bed!
Go and rest your weary head.”
Thus, the prudent brother said.

“Do you want a battered hide,
Or scratches to your face applied?”
Thus, his sister calm replied.

“Sister, do not raise my wrath.
I’d make you into mutton broth
As easily as kill a moth”

The sister raised her beaming eye
And looked on him indignantly
And sternly answered, “Only try!”

Off to the cook he quickly ran.
“Dear Cook, please lend a frying-pan
To me as quickly as you can.”

And wherefore should I lend it you?”
“The reason, Cook, is plain to view.
I wish to make an Irish stew.”

“What meat is in that stew to go?”
“My sister will be the contents!”
“Oh”
“You’ll lend the pan to me, Cook?”
“No!”
Moral: Never stew your sister.

4. To A Sister

       by George MacDonald

A fresh young voice that sings to me
So often many a simple thing,
Should surely not unanswered be
By all that I can sing.

Dear voice, be happy every way
A thousand changing tones among,
From little child’s unfinished lay
To angel’s perfect song.

In dewy woods-fair, soft, and green
Like morning woods are childhood’s bower-
Be like the voice of brook unseen
Among the stones and flowers;

A joyful voice though born so low,
And making all its neighbours glad;
Sweet, hidden, constant in its flow
Even when the winds are sad.

So, strengthen in a peaceful home,
And daily deeper meanings bear;
And when life’s wildernesses come
Be brave and faithful there.

Try all the glorious magic range,
Worship, forgive, console, rejoice,
Until the last and sweetest change-
So live and grow, dear voice.

5. My Sister

       by Anonymous

Scared and alone,
crying and fighting.
I didn’t want it to end.
My family, my home,
forever torn apart.

My family changing,
my life rearranging,
never to be the same again.
Lost in the dark
of long forgotten memories.

But now I see the truth,
That’s not what was meant to be.
I’ve found a true friend now,
my sister you’ll forever be.

I didn’t know then,
as I do now.
My family separated
to bring you to me.

You’ve been a friend and ally,
a playmate and pal.
You’ve been true and caring,
kind and loving.

I’m grateful for your smile,
and your sweet understanding.
I’m grateful for the laughs and
for all the good times.

I’m grateful for your happiness
and the joy you bring.
I’m grateful for the memories
of you and me.

I’m sorry I didn’t see it before,
what great friends we could be,
but I see it now,
and you’re my best friend.

I can tell you anything,
jokes and laughs and more.
I share secrets with you,
and, as far as I know,
you’ve told me them before.

I thank God for bringing you to me.
You’re my angel,
You’re my sister,
and hopefully forever
you will be….

6. Pressures Here And There to Be What I’m Not

       by Anonymous

Daily I ask; who will love me for who I am?
It troubled me every time I’m faced with such questions
I thought I’ve got people to please rather than myself,
But you came right into my life,

Singing songs that I have never heard before
That I can live and not be scared at all;
Thinking of what people will say;
But I could live and express myself;

And make others also cherish themselves.
Thank you for always being there.

7. My Sister, My Friend

       by Lien Steigman

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.

If I had one wish, it would surely be
To give you as much as you’ve given to me.
Though ‘’ve put our relationship through some cloudy days,
You’ve been my sunshine in so many ways.

Through trials and tests, right by me you stood,
And you gave me your hand whenever you could.
Thank you so much, my sister, my friend.
My gratitude for you has no end.

Sister and Brother Poems about Their Love

Siblings seldom acknowledge how much they adore each other, despite the fact that everyone knows that brother and sister love has no equal. They may not express their feelings for you often, but you’ll know even if they don’t say it. Here are some brother and sister love poetry to express your love for them.

1. You Are the Best Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

My brother is a true friend of mine
He is always loyal and true
He always is so kind
No matter what the situation he always comes through

My brother is a confidant
I share with him all my wants.
I can tell him anything
He keeps it to himself and never sings.

So, from me your sister I do say
You are the best in every way.
Thank you, brother, for being you
I appreciate all you do.

2. A Sisters Rant

       by Catherine Pulsifer

I used to rat you out so much
At times you felt like a crutch.
Oh, you were such a pest
I used to think I got the worst not the best.

You broke my stuff and hid it too
I could have hit you with my shoe.
You laughed and made fun of me
Made me wish you lived in a tree.

Am not sure when it happened but
you stopped breaking and hiding my stuff.
You seemed to grow up overnight
And no longer did we spat and fight.

I laugh when I think back to the day
When the most important thing was play.
How life has changed over the years
You, my brother, I do hold dear!

3. Her Awful Brother

       by Edgar A. Guest

Who teaches little Janet slang?
And trains those lips to say: “Gol Dang!”?
Her awful brother!
Who whispers wise cracks in her ear?
When none to stop his pranks is nearby?
Her awful brother!

Who thinks up things for her to say?
To shock her grandma day by day?
Her awful brother!
Who laughs to hear her cry: “Oh, heck!”
Or “by your age!” And “wash your neck!”
Her awful brother!

When friends have happened in for tea,
Who knows she’ll mutter loud: “Oh gee!”
Her awful brother!
Who likes to have his sister rough,
And fills her head with dreadful stuff?
Her awful brother!

And yet, despite his love of mirth,
Who thinks that child the best on earth?
That awful brother!
And who is it of whom she’ll boast
And tell you that she loves the most?
That awful brother!

4. Words Can’t Express

       by Catherine Pulsifer

Words can’t express my thoughts
Letters can’t connect the dots
To express how special, you are
You, my brother, are a star.

You are always there for me
You are as special as a brother can be
We have our share of disagreements
But also, we have had many achievements.

You are like a best friend
With you, I don’t pretend.
About anything, I can talk with you
And you also give good advice that’s true.

When I’m feeling down
You act like such a clown
You always could make me smile
Even when we were juveniles.

A helping hand you always give
You put things in perspective.
I just want to say, I look up to you
And count my blessings every day!

5. An Awesome Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

When you were a boy
And use to steal my toys
I couldn’t imagine you as a friend
It was all I could do to contend
With you as a brother
I would complain to Mother.

But the years passed by
And you stopped making me cry
With age, a man you became
Things changed and you were not the same.
It’s hard to believe the friend you become
You my brother, you are awesome!

6. What Is a sister?

       by Jessica Shaw

A sister is someone special to me.
A sister is someone to fight with.
A sister is someone to cry with.
A sister can sometimes understand you better than anyone else can.

A sister is there for you through good times and bad.
Some sisters are close.
Some are far apart.
Sometimes you might wish you could change your sister.

But if I changed just one thing about my sister it might ruin something.
Of course, my sister wouldn’t be the same.
But most important it might ruin our sister relationship.
We are as close as we could possibly be.

Some people think a sister is just a sister.
But my sister is more than that.
She is and will always be my best friend.
And my sister will always be very special to me.
Because I couldn’t picture what my life would be like without her.

7. My Perfect Sister

       by Megan Sandifer

My perfect sister holds me tight
My perfect sister kisses me goodnight
My perfect sister knows when I’m mad
My perfect sister helps me when I’m sad

My perfect sister is so smart
My perfect sister has my heart
My perfect sister is good and nice
My perfect sister holds me at night

My perfect sister loves me lots
My perfect sister ties the knot
My perfect sister is here to stay
My perfect sister I have until this very day

My perfect sister I wish you well
My perfect sister yes, I can tell
My perfect sister asked if I lied
My perfect sister knows if I’ve cried

My perfect sister has moved away
My perfect sister is in my heart to and will always stay.

8. Friendship with You, Nearer to God

       by Anonymous

Continually, you lead me to my Lord,
Communing and fellowshipping you taught me,
The greater worth of life you showed me,
How selfless you have expressed yourself,

Being an example of the deeper love,
Walking the course of a truer cause,
By the enlightenment of the One above,

Finally, escaping the bounding curse.
Just by communicating with you, my truest friend.

9.My Misfit Charlie

       by Caroline

To My Sister-

When I was small, I tried filling your shoes.
Not much has changed, it’s what I still try to do.
As time has gone by, I still see what I saw then,
Not only are you my sister, you are my friend.

We laughed and cried together with arms open wide.
When I lost who I was, you gave back my pride.
You are a part of me as the moon is to the stars,
And always remember I am me because of who you are.
I love you,
Ba-Jo

10. Legacy of Love

       by Anonymous

A wife, a mother, a grandma too
This is the legacy we have from you.
You taught us love and how to fight,
You gave us strength; you gave us might.

A stronger person would be hard to find,
And in your heart, you were always kind.
You fought for us all in one way or another,
Not just as a wife not just as a mother.

For all of us you gave your best,
Now the time has come for you to rest.
So go in peace, you’ve earned your sleep,
Your love in our hearts, we’ll eternally keep.

Sister and Brother Poems in English

Having a sibling is like having both a closest mate and a worst foe in one. You could be furious or upset with your sibling at times, but you really cannot image your future without them.

There are several cute sister and brother poems in English that explain the brother and sister connection in a loving and humorous manner. ‎

1. The Star & The Sky

       by Patricia L. Cisco

I guess we made it through struggle and strife.
I remember when we first started our life.

We climbed every step one in back of the other,
And if you would fall, I would catch you, brother.

I was the sister; you were the brother.
If we didn’t have much, we had each other.

We never seemed to wander from each other too far,
Cause how could the Sky drift away from the Star?

Now you are a father and I am a mother,
But I’m still your sister and you’re still my brother!

2. Me and You

       by Elizabeth

We fight, yell, and we scream,
but yet we tackle everything as a team.
I love you; you are my brother;
we share so much more than just a mother.

A smile, our hair, and our eyes.
With every mistake comes more tries.
We are so different but so the same.
We share so much more than just a last name.

You are my brother; I love you so much.
I lean on you, like a crutch.
For you, I’d do anything.
Together, we are insane.

3. Understanding My Brother

       by Lenae Harris

He’s my brother,
My older brother.

His eyes are glued to the laptop screen,
A slight smile is tugging at his lips.
The room is vibrating with his music.
His fingers tap out the beat on the keys.

He’s my brother,
My older brother.

It’s the early hours of the morning,
I can hear him crying in his bedroom.
At breakfast he seems cheerful,
But his blue eyes sparkle with tears.

He’s my brother,
My older brother.

He never spends his time at home.
Instead, prefers to go for long walks.
He comes home singing softly,
And sits straight down at his laptop.

He’s my brother,
My older brother.

4. To His Dying Brother, Master William Herrick

       by Robert Herrick

Life of my life, take not so soon thy flight,
But stay the time till we have bade good-night.
Thou hast both wind and tide with thee; thy way
As soon dispatched is by the night as day.

Let us not then so rudely henceforth go
Till we have wept, kissed, sighed, shook hands, or so.
There’s pain in parting, and a kind of hell
When once true lovers take their last farewell.

What? shall we two our endless leaves take here
Without a sad look, or a solemn tear?
He knows not love that hath not this truth proved,
Love is most loth to leave the thing beloved.

Pay we our vows and go; yet when we part,
Then, even then, I will bequeath my heart
Into thy loving hands; for I’ll keep none
To warm my breast, when thou, my pulse, art gone,

No, here I’ll last, and walk, a harmless shade,
About this urn, wherein thy dust is laid,
To guard it so, as nothing here shall be
Heavy, to hurt those sacred seeds of thee.

5. Love’s Philosophy

       by Percy Bysshe Shelley

The fountains mingle with the river,
And the rivers with the ocean;
The winds of heaven mix forever
With a sweet emotion;

Nothing in the world is single;
All things by a law divine
In another’s being mingle-
Why not I with thine?

See, the mountains kiss high heaven,
And the waves clasp one another;
No sister flower could be forgiven
If it disdained its brother;


And the sunlight clasps the earth,
And the moonbeams kiss the sea; –
What are all these kissing’s worth,
If thou kiss not me?

6. A Life

       by Sulaiman Mohd Yusof

Your hidden jellylike fleshes irritate
My little warm brother
Embracing your inner organisms
Authenticating the friendliness

Adorable of pinky madness
Stumbled upon the insertion
Lava flowing with enriched
Armageddon of nutritious juices

Like driving down
The alley of Mount Everest
The reason why mankind
Existence is penultimate

We cannot erase
The pleasure
A life

7. There Is Another Sky

       by Emily Dickinson

There is another sky,
Ever serene and fair,
And there is another sunshine,
Though it be darkness there;

Never mind faded forests, Austin,
Never mind silent fields
Here is a little forest,
Whose leaf is ever green;

Here is a brighter garden,
Where not a frost has been;
In its unfading flowers
I hear the bright bee hum:

Prithee, my brother,
Into my garden come!

8. A Little Girl’s Prayer

       by Katherine Mansfield

Grant me the moment, the lovely moment
That I may lean forth to see
The other buds, the other blooms,
The other leaves on the tree:

That I may take into my bosom
The breeze that is like his brother,
But stiller, lighter, whose faint laughter
Exhoes the joy of the other.

Above on the blue and white cloud-spaces
There are small clouds at play.
I watch their remote, mysterious play-time
In the other far-away.

Grant I may hear the small birds singing
the song that the silence knows…
(The Light and the Shadow whisper together,
The lovely moment grows,

Ripples into the air like water
Away and away without sound,
And the little girl gets up from her praying
On the cold ground)

9. The Kiss

       by Siegfried Sassoon

To these I turn, in these I trust;
Brother Lead and Sister Steel.
To his blind power I make appeal;
I guard her beauty clean from rust.

He spins and burns and loves the air,
And splits a skull to win my praise;
But up the nobly marching days
She glitters naked, cold and fair.

Sweet Sister, grant your soldier this;
That in good fury he may feel
The body where he sets his heel
Quail from your downward darting kiss.

Final Thoughts on Sister and Brother Poems

The closeness we enjoyed as a sister and a brother is one-of-a-kind. When words escape to explain your feelings for them, you might turn to some sister and brother poems for inspiration.

A brother is someone who knows everything about you and has witnessed your development. He has always had your back and will go to any length to defend you. If you have a sister, you should be grateful for her since she acts as a mother figure to her brothers.

With these brother and sister poems, you may communicate your gratitude for all of their small acts and the experiences you’ve shared from childhood. These sister and brother poems will constantly remind them that you have their back.

A brother never anticipates a valuable present from his sister, nor does a sister anticipate a costly present from his brother. For them, love is sufficient. You may deliver these bother sister poems to them if you want to give them a heartfelt present.

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