I guess most of my Christmas presents will be of the "cheap" kind; here's a poem I've written for my sister. I'm not sure if it's done though, might add another stanza :)


My sis, the smiling tigress

You're striding proudly down the street,
Your chin held high, your eyes ahead.
Whatever obstacle you meet,
Is ground beneath your rhythmic tread.

"Now, who's that girl right over there?
I've never seen her likes before!"
The fellows wonder as they stare,
Their simple minds left wanting more.

"The luckless hounds" I think aloud,
You smile and give your skirt a spin,
For here's a girl who kills the crowd;
My sis, the source of male chagrin!

I love you though and dearly so,
And pity he who makes you cry;
Impending Doom of Geeky Bro
Will teach the sod just how to fly!



Poetry by Thomas Selnes The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2006-12-24 at 01:47

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liz munro The PoetBay support member heart!
Makes me wish I was your
sister to have a brother like you :)

A beautiful write
from your heart :)

BOOKMARKED.

L.
2007-02-01


Amanda K
you did well so far but add one more. that was the most precious gift for such an occasion.

all the best,
2007-01-17


Teala
Excellent piece! Full of power and poise, strength and vigour! BRAVO!
2007-01-07


betsy Firefly
A brother who's very proud of his pretty and bright sister. Everyone would likea protector like that! This should make her very happy to have you for her brother, Thomas!
2007-01-04


Lokiane
This makes me wish for another brother ;) Splendid!
2007-01-03


betsy
The couple of changes were fine and the poem couldn't be much better. You pulled it off just fine, schlinks! Can tell you I'd've been real proud to get a poem like that from my bro at any age!

Betsy
2006-12-24


betsy
Nothing is sweeter than a protective big (?) brother! What a lucky sister to be so admired and well protected by her brother who really lets his light shine here! He thinks the world of his sister, that's carved out in stone.

Betsy
2006-12-24