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Best Poems From Catherine Pulsifer That You Can Share With Your Brother

Best Poems From Catherine Pulsifer That You Can Share With Your Brother

Sisters know the art of showering love onto their brothers. And the occasion of Raksha Bandhan brings them a chance to do so in the most appropriate way. There are so many things that you can do to make your brother smile but making him feel your love through the power of words is more pleasing. Well, if you are strictly gonna make that move on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, then you should also find some good rakhi gifts for brother

You Are The Best Brother

Poet: 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.

A Sister’s Rant

Poet: 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!

Her Awful Brother

Poet: 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 near?

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!

My Brother, My Friend

Poet: Catherine Pulsifer, 

Growing up we didn’t see

How challenging life could be

As brother and sister, we have a bond

And you, my brother, I am more than fond.

Life has given us many laughs

Together we have seen giraffes

We shared many smiles

As we have traveled life’s miles.

We have seen potholes and roadblocks

And faced a few of life’s knocks

But I could always count on your support

You always were a positive sort!

No matter what life does send

You, my brother, have proven to be a friend.

An encourager and inspiring man

I’m so glad we belong to the same clan!

An Awesome Brother

Poet: 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 past 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!

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