Haiku Poems About Sisters | Sister Haiku Poems

Haiku poems about Sisters and Sister haiku poems. Read and enjoy these haikus! See also Sister Quotes.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: mother daughter, sister,

My Family

flowers are women
in my family’s garden -
Mom and her daughters

rhythm surrounds me
as I sway in contentment -
September’s Aster

Geranium Jen
bends graciously in the breeze - 
our southern comfort

charming Melanie
with her sunflower brightness
warms us with her smiles

Our sister Doris
the stalwart Gladiolus
will never fail us

With perseverance
Thea boldly holds her own -
sweet Delphinium

Mom at our center
a spiritual iris
simply inspires us

A forget-me-not
for my sisters and mother -
and roses of love

WRitten May 3, 2016 for the Haiku on "My Family"Poetry Contest of marvin celestial

(I used flowers that symbolized the traits of my sisters and my mother)

Poem Details | by Sharon Ruebel |
Categories: happiness, sister,


   pointed finger
   sister giggles
   with anticipation

Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: angst, life, people, sad,

A Sister's Love

A sister should see
the atrocities
and help attain sanity

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: courage,

Flower Child


                                                   sixty-three hippie
                                             guard supervise prisoners  
                                                daisies woven crown

© By: Eve Roper
3/1 6/2015

This is in honor of my sister in-law, she use to be a flower child when she was in her teensShe has been a prison guard for almost 16 years and she has never grown out of the era of dress....?????

Poem Details | by Michael Newman |
Categories: bird, sister,

Haiku Marsh

Out of the vast marsh
plaintive grey curlew calling -
my sister scolding me.

Poem Details | by POET. UNDERTAKER |
Categories: smile, daffodils,

bliss through my sister's smile

Seashore, pleasant breeze
Sparrows, daffodils, gulls in the blue -
my baby sister smiles

Poem Details | by Dawn Gordon |
Categories: sister

Sibling Sabbath

Sacred Saturday Sibling Saturday Sabbath A special sister

Poem Details | by Lin Lane |
Categories: family, love,

My Family

     young couple in love
nurturing parents now gone
       left their legacy

       global  heritage
 french, spanish, lil' italian
       irish and german

      a real smorgasbord
  main ingredient was love
       served to all of us

        one older brother
younger sister - my best friend
       grew up on a farm

        life was lots of fun
 but there was work to be done
     raised with faith in God

        strong lineage tree
branched with children of our own
       fed with lots of smiles

   5.3.16      Marvin's Family Contest

Poem Details | by Patricia Sawyer |
Categories: family, girlfriend-boyfriend, lost love,

A Woman Scorned

dry summer winds dance
dusting bridesmaids gowns russet
vixen sister laughs

Poem Details | by Allan Granstrom |
Categories: death, family, loss, love,


I love my sister
The way she smiled with her eyes
She smiles for the Lord

My sister Kathy passed last night.
Rest in peace little sister.You 
were too good for this world

Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: nature, spring, spring, daffodils,

Wordsworth's Daffodils

One spring morning, William and his sister Dorothy stroll through the woods and arrive at the lakeAs usual, they pause to admire the sceneryThe hills surrounding the tranquil stretch of water are beautiful, but some daffodils impress them most

golden daffodils
sway in the gentle breeze - -
an artist sketches

Dorothy finishes her sketch and decides to also describe them in her diary entry for the dayWilliam feels inspired to write a poem.

For Deb’s Spring haibun contest

Poem Details | by Darlene De Beaulieu |
Categories: little sister, love,

Little Sister Feels Alone

  When little sister feels alone
   She grabs her teddy bear
   Gives it a big hug

Poem Details | by J.W. Earnings |
Categories: childhood, children, sister,

Cut It OUT

I speak
without considering people's feelings--

I wink
foolishly in attempt to do a wicked plan--

I smack
my lips teasingly and annoyingly--

I think
before I prank on my siblings--

I joke
around until I receive a laugh--

I cry
out to get attention--

I chew
on my food loudly to irritate others--

I snap
my fingers in silliness--

I sneak
into my sister's room with a wake-up call--

I write
in gibberish verses--

I type
my gibberish verses on Poetrysoup--

I laugh
because I already posted my poem--

I got
what I deserved--

I slam
my fist-shaped hands in sudden anger--

I glare
at my bossy sister in disapproval--

I close
my mouth so I won't say another word--


Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: childhood, memory, passion,


                                              First day in school life
                                           sorrow blue innocent face
                                               one silent next cries

                                                Mom was in tension
                                           sister took care at that time
                                               seen tearing eyes

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: rose,


                                               sister roses bunch 
                                      soaked with winter's silver mists
                                              body perfume wafts

                                               nudges each other
                                       when drifting zephyr touches
                                             nod with jaunty smile

Poem Details | by Sohini Mukherjee |
Categories: family, growing up, happiness,

My Family

Close knit family
Me, my sister and mom dad
Lot of love and care

But not together
Live in different places
Still miss each other

Phone calls and small texts
Video chats and emails
Keep us together

Visit once a year
Talk and gossip all the day
Miss them when return

Memories we keep
Of the lovely childhood spent
Always in our hearts

2nd May, 2016

Poem Details | by Brian Johnston |
Categories: life, nature,

Haiku: Traditional 58

well worth waiting for
cicadas do splits on screen
morning buzz for child

Brian Johnston
June 16, 2016

Poet's notes: 
When I was a child my sister and I used to catch cicadas and put them on the inside
window screens of our house and then watch them molt their skinsWe did not have
TV at that timeThe wings would unfold and dry and in the morning we would catch
each adult cicada in our hand where it would buzz helplessly just before we released
it to the skyThis is one of my favorite memories of my childhoodFor another poem
on a related subject, check out 'PH: Oklahoma: Killing Cicada Killers...

Poem Details | by Pheko Motaung |
Categories: daughter, father, father daughter,

She sells love for peace

She sells love for peace
The Saint Of The Brothels 
Is your sister Kong Ming

Poem Details | by Donald Meikle |
Categories: loss,

Out Let

stinging eyes of wet
certain day of not forget
Hand dribbles dirt yet

(Work notes)
Attempt at haiku
Days after  sister and I
were at  parents' grave

Poem Details | by Brandon Turner |
Categories: god, good night,

Spiritual story

The Kou the All Mighty King the Higher Power the LORD besides this to 362 pagesMy story my spiritual storyI am the embodiment of man but spiritually a woman both man and woman both man and woman and man both spiritually and man and also a fox a nine-tailed fox that is both man and womanMy father is like you mean he is the man he is the main and legendary Ninetales he began in the beginning of time he was the first son he was the first sign of the Kou the first son of the Ohio won the first sign of the Lord he is not a demon he is Sister koumi he is a spirit to me does not mean God can we just mean Spirit human does that mean body made of man koumi assistant Spirit human can be whatever he wants to me can be everyone here with me be your lamp can we can be your son can we can be whateverThis is devotion of Shinto which is another domination of Buddhism which is another domination of Hindu Hinduism in their Court of the god of the lord of the one true God the mighty king of all landsI used to take of the sweet of the sucker but now I’m a grown man and woman I am a grown koumi a walk in the spirit a monks manMy mission is to spread through the teachings of the lord of the almighty King the KouLet it be known under my words I’m not teaching their total that high poetry that all animals in all kingdoms even there the insects no of the Kou no of the almighty King they know because they Spears they talk to each other they are not tell the past they are all just spiritually connected and I’m spiritually connected to themWe are all spiritual we are all once once man we are all once was by me are we all ate the apple so we all reverted back and that is why there is evolution that is why did we revert back to a microorganism that is why we were back to what we were because we ate the appleIt is the fruit of the Stars it is the fruit of the stars that is what they Golden Apple in it is the fruit of the Stars it is the fruit at the Lynch is a fruit of the man and it’s the fruit of the Sun that is why the golden apple is and letting it be known that the fire is really the ChristLet it be known that this was 368 line in 17 48000 syllables.

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: autumn, children, family, school,


hand in hand
big sister little brother
    off to school

posted on June 27, 2018

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: body, moon,


ILLUMINATION OF THE MOON skinny crescent witch and her sister full and fat ~ mirage in tide’s mirror Kim Rodrigues © 2016

Poem Details | by Ann Gilmour |
Categories: morning, sky, star,


Earth’s sister planet
Venus in all her splendour
caressing my soul

Written 23rd December 2018

Contest: Contest 575
Sponsor: Brian Strand