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Poem Details | by Agnes Krampe |
Categories: community, sister, women,

Women's circle

Taking the risk,
Baring the soul,
Seeking the wisdom
That shall make us whole.

Raising the arms,
Spreading the wings,
Hearing the music
That deep in us sings.

Stepping the dance,
Chanting the song,
Feeling the sisterhood
Tender and strong.

Sharing the love,
Speaking the name,
Calling the blessing
And lighting the flame.

Written 7/28/2016
Take the Dagger from my Heart, Please- Poetry Contest
sponsored by Broken Wing
N/A in Premiere Contest Number 5, Judged 8/27/2016


Poem Details | by Maurice Yvonne |
Categories: funny, funny love,

I Hope This Gives You A Good Hearty Laugh



I thought it was kind of romantic
I wasn't being a fanatic
I pulled it out in the cold
You thought that was a bit bold
I wrote it in the snow about you and me
How much I love you I wrote it with my pee

I almost froze it off - it and my left ball
Then you hurt me when you said it was too small
It's like out of the pool
It follows the same rule
Not that I expected you to drool
But you didn't need to be cruel

Now I pull it out again and what I write
Your not going to like - it might cause a fight
Not just what it says about you that is quite biting
But the fact it was your sister who did the writing




Poem Details | by Charmaine Chircop |
Categories: international, introspection, love, , atheist,

We Are Not So Different

I'm a Catholic,You're a Muslim I'm an Orthodox ,You're a Protestant I'm a Hindhuist,You're a Buddhist You're an Atheist,and I am a Mormon too. You're an African,I'm American You're an Asian,I'm a European You're a Mexican, I'm an Indian You're an Arab,I'm a Jew But prior to all our distinct differences I'm a Mother ,I'm a Father I'm a Sister,I'm a Brother I'm a Son,I am a Daughter and I'm Human just like you.

Poem Details | by Emily Kroeger |
Categories: caregiving, confusion, faith, family, forgiveness, friendship, happiness, hope, life, love, mother, peace, sad, sister, sorry, teen, time

The Best Mistake

You made the mistake and now,
your afraid to face this day. 

Your thoughts are racing through 
and through.

You wonder if your family looks at
you as a disgrace, but you'er mother
takes you and reasures, your very 
much loved in grace.

Even though your much to young
for this breathing little thing this
has become.

You couldn't just throw it out
like it was a peice of trash.

So you grow up and take the
path that led you to your best
mistake for years to come.


Poem Details | by CayCay Jennings |
Categories: love, nostalgia,

Pictures of You

I love looking at pictures of you. I stroke your hair, touch your check – I even pat your nose and just grin. Such sentimental heart peak No better grin could seek. I love looking at pictures of you. My eyes glow looking into yours - My fingers trace your sweet face. Such tender sweetness flows. No love has stronger glow. On your pictures, I love to dwell For since you were but a morsel I have been your softest sell. I love looking at pictures of you, My baby sister love pastel.
... CayCay October 30, 2016

Poem Details | by PATRICIA CRESSWELL |
Categories: poetess,

Poetess

Poetess

i am the twisted sister of a twister
lava lady just learning to boil
my words erupt 
yes they are mine
no matter the language
age or blasphemy
i will bid and they will obey

the garnet blood of passion
be it love or otherwise 
will spread its intoxicating infusion
to heat the feeble mind to intensities
that will make the priest weep in his vows
and down in the dives where the hip grinding
sweat soaking miasma of lust cradles
blues will be reborn 

I am the queen bee dripping with honeyed pearls
she who scratches with a stick in mud 
plays keys full of white lightening
here to spread sweet hot spice
on a gray woolsock world.

Poem Details | by James Inman |
Categories: sister,

Study In Form I


Heavily broken our love is but a token,
from words left unspoken, you ruin me.
Your vow betoken my soul is now oaken,
as I'm left heartbroken, you don't seem to see.

My world has gone gray with these games that you play,
the price that I pay, as my mind fills with doubt.
You've lead me astray, but I can't stay away.
There's nothing more to say, so please, let me out.

In another life, maybe, you and me
could possibly be, but now the pain's ceaseless.
Just set me free and perhaps you will see,
worlds apart are we, yet, you leave me     ...speechless.

                                                                        


08/15/2019

Poem Details | by Brenda Meier-Hans |
Categories: happy, humorous, love, silly,

Welcome to my Bio

Brenda Gail 
I am Compassionate, love and breathe poetry, humorous and a peace maker.
Sister of Patti Lynne, Paul, David and Beth.
I love children (more), I love to sing in a choir and have a song for just about everything. I love to make others happy.
I feel loved, appreciated and very blessed.
I fear not being healthy enough to make it to my son’s wedding, getting sick this winter and losing my mom.
I’d love to be able to travel again, walk around a mall, and would love to be in a poetry slam.
Living in the GTA Greater Toronto Area, Ontario.
Meier-Hans 

Written by Brenda Meier-Hans 
10.13.2014
Regina Riddles Contest: Bio Poems
1st

Poem Details | by Miriam Bell |
Categories: family, love, sister, wedding, sister, sister,

My Sister

My sister Sharon is getting marry and I’m a brides maid I said can I say a speech but she said nay My sister is a lovely girl even if I say so my self and I like her faunas he’s got fine health So there’s my speech I love you sis and I hope you like this

Poem Details | by Brenda Meier-Hans |
Categories: brother, fun, happy, mother daughter, sister,

I am

I am mother (father) sister daughter
Favourite aunt, SELDOM rant
Pan Flute player, dragon slayer 
Own nothing pink, at least I think
Teach Sunday school, kids find that cool
I am not to lean, I’m sure you’ve seen
Curly hair, I seldom swear
But if I do, God help you
Sing in a choir, now I’m on fire
Love my dog, I want a blog
I am very kind, at least in my mind
Love good movies, never been much of a sleaze
I just gave you a look inside my book
So for now I take a bow.

I am female
Sorry I just found a fluffy beautiful pink bath robe.


Written by Brenda Meier-Hans 
11.06.2014
Frank Herrera’s Contest:
I am
2nd

Poem Details | by Susan Gentry |
Categories: encouraging, family, i miss you, love, miss you, sister,

Never, Always, Sometimes

NEVER will I stop loving you
It does not matter what you say
You have a place with me to stay
No matter what you ever do
ALWAYS know what I say is true
You do not have to feel the same
You can think it is all a game
SOMETIMES life makes no sense at all
I pray each day that you will call
No questions asked, no one to blame


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Written 2-17-2016

Form: Rhyme Decima 
(10-lines with 8 syllables per line in the following rhyme pattern: ABBAACCDDC)

Poem Details | by wendy lee klenetsky |
Categories: appreciation, celebration, how i feel, love, memory, mom, poetry,

MY LIFETIME FRIEND: MY MOTHER

MY LIFETIME FRIEND: MY MOTHER

Throughout childhood and adolescent days,
She was my staunchest supporter,
And through teen years and young adulthood
I was glad to be her daughter.
As a mother-in-law and grandma,    
She’s there whenever/wherever she’s needed,
And if this was to be her lot in life,
She’s definitely succeeded.
But whatever she is to other folks;
A friend, sister or other,
She is to me, and will always be
MY LIFETIME FRIEND: MY MOTHER!

BY 
WENDY LEE KLENETSKY: PROUD DAUGHTER OF CECILE SEIGAL

Poem Details | by Dear Heart - Wiishkobi Ode |
Categories: love, sister,

Me and My Sister

me and my sister look similar really but that is where the mirror image ends we are different in all ways I am messy and she is so neat she is conservative and I am lace I like everything old and she likes new we both like cats but her not as much she dislikes make up but I fancy it love my long hair she does not cooking is for her a real joy poetry writing is my thing she likes to go on trips I like it at home two sisters united in love ______________________________ July 10, 2015 Poetry/Verse/Me and My Sister Copyright Protected, ID 15-688-119-0 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.

Poem Details | by Andre Sanders |
Categories: art, depression, devotion, faith, family, father, friendship, growing up, happiness, hope, inspirational, life, love, peace, urban,

Battle of the words

Bravery is the father of fears
Dreams are distant cousins of nightmares
Hope is the sister of prayers
Every night shame lays down and gets screwed by despair
Pollution abuses Mrs. atmosphere
It's a battle between personality and reality 
But obviously nobody cares
Maybe it's because big tough is the uncle of little scared
Planning is deeply in love with prepared
Procrastination is the biggest enemy of determination
Ignorance is jealous of realization
Sometimes strength can get sneak attacked by temptation
Silence can never defeat a great proclamation
When the brain disagrees with the heart
The body dies of complications


Love your self...



Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: me,

Meet BG


Barbara Jean Funny, friendly, bashful and sometimes bone-headed Little sister of Dr. Daniel Merrill Lover of the written word, my grandchildren and the natural world I feel wonder at new life, love for my friends, and confusion with math Afraid for the environment, abused women and children, and afraid of snakes I would like to see Machu Picchu, my mothers's face once more and The Giants win the World Series Resident of Vacaville, Ca Gorelick

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: brother, daughter, father, history, husband, life, loss, lost love, mother, people, places, sad, sister, son, wife

Marble in Columns on Green

On a slope graced with green
White marble stands in proud salute

For beneath these engraved pillars of memory
Lie the resting places of heroes

A solitary green fir looks down
As if sheltering the lost and the taken

So many names, from all walks of life
A father, brother a girlfriend or wife

On a sunny day, they glow radiant like their lives
On a dull day, they stand out against the greys

For the living, life goes on 
Tomorrow is another day


Poem Details | by Kate Mcnaughton |
Categories: brother, daughter, children, happiness, love, nostalgia, sister, thank you,

Me and My Sister

i mind when i was wee
playing games with my sister

we kept each other free
me and my sister

we loved with all our hearts
protecting each sister

even after having kids
joined each sister

Combining all these things
playing all the games
loving with our hearts
loving each others kids

We are glued, me and my sister!!

                By Kate Mcnaughton.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: bird, winter,

A Walk in the Snow

Far from the town and its bustling throng knowing just where to go, Sister and I are walking along a pathway in the snow. Down by the lake and over a fence are hungry ducks and geese. To their clamor we give audience, watching their flock increase. Off comes my ****, for I have brought what they love to be fed. I hold out my hand then as I squat to toss them crumbs of bread. Those ducklings and geese can’t get enough, but new snow fills the sky. My frozen hand goes back in my ****, for no more crumbs have I! For the Let it Snow Contest Based on the first picture: George Dunlop Leslie's Winter Walk

Poem Details | by Janette Fisher |
Categories: lost love

Unspoken Words

I didn't get to tell him
He didn't get to know
Just how much he meant to me
How much I loved him so

And he didn't need to tell me too
I knew he felt the same
But yet, we slowly drifted apart
And both must take the blame,

We let both friends and relations
Influence the path to take
Listening to them, instead of our hearts
Was one of our biggest mistakes,

Different interests too, came between us
We forgot to make time for each other
So, instead of being two people in love
We were more like sister and brother,

There was no formal ending
We simply walked away
To a lifetime of heartbreak and regret
For the words we didn't say.

Poem Details | by Nina Hernandez |
Categories: devotion, family, friendship, happiness, love, sister, sister, sister,

My Sister, My Friend

My sister my friend, 
Forever to be, 
My friend, my sister, 
For eternity.

No loss or distance, 
Can sever our hearts, 
For two joining souls, 
Can never part.

With undying love, 
And unbending trust, 
God saw to it, 
That this was a must.

To be together, 
Forever you see,
My sister my friend, 
For eternity.

Poem Details | by Janette Fisher |
Categories: lost love

Unspoken Words

I didn’t get to tell him,
He didn’t get to know
Just how much he meant to me
How much I loved him so
He didn’t need to tell me too
I knew he felt the same
But yet, we slowly drifted apart
And both must take the blame,
We let our friends and relations
Influence the path to take
Listening to them, instead of our hearts
Was one of our greatest mistakes
Different interests too, came between us
We forgot to make time for each other
Instead of being two people in love
We were more like sister and brother
There was no formal ending
We simply walked away
To a lifetime of heartbreak, and regret
For words we didn’t say.

Poem Details | by Jodie Steward |
Categories: friendship, love, sister,

Sisters

Close in age they are
Fight at a given chance,
Sitting at opposite ends
While each other they'll glance.

Don't like much seperation
But enjoy some private space,
Life would be so unbearable
If on was gone without a trace.

Shareing their little secrets
Playing some prank or two,
Say to each other leave right now
Alone they are lost as to what to do.

Sister's they will always be
Riverely between them as well,
But no matter what may happen
They love each other one can tell.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: nature,

My Destiny

I leave my mountain home with Winter’s thaw as childlike, I babble. I'm a stream, but cutting through the valleys, I grow wide and draw more power as I gather steam. I meet my sister tributaries, and grow deeper, now a river, and I roll! At time, when Rain pours down, I overflow, but on I run, course set, with fervent soul! I'm surging onward to my destiny! What more for me to crave as I run south (toward Delta's bosom and my love, the Sea) than his consuming kiss upon my mouth?
For Barbara Gorelick's "A River Runs Through It" And now for the 15 contest of Casarah

Poem Details | by natasha peters |
Categories: death, family, loss, love, life,

no matter what

dedicated to my deceased only brother, joshua

i'll stay with you,
as long as the wind blows
i'll always be in your heart
you know i didn't leave you all alone
i am of eternal essence
my spirit is within you
live my life for me
do all that i cant do
be the one that i once was
conceal the chances known as a flaws
and if contentment immerses herself
or sorrrow fills the air
you will hear my moral
and you'll know that i am there
there for you when you cant see
theres more to life than missing me
i wish you well, my sister, dear
for keep your chin up and wipe that tear

Poem Details | by Jay Loveless |
Categories: art,

A spell by moonlight

I walked with people from another time,
They were beautiful and ghostly. 
I sleep now, and sit with the three of selves,
within a dreamly realm. 
Tripple Goddess in my soul, 
I consort with thee. 
Luscious Apple of Eve. 
We dance in my mind, with spirit. 
We sit and we talk and share tears. 
We meld into one being. 
Simple beings of light. 
Soul sisters. Pyramid of Isis. High crown.
I abide thee as, Lass of Moher. 
Maiden of new colony. 
Mother. 
Sister of Natives. 
Wanted of LA. 
Mother. 
Daughter. 
Sister. 
Friend. 
Lover. 
Energy meet energy. 
Soul touch soul. 
By three laws do I fold. 
In perfect love, and perfect trust.