A witty and affectionate sister poem. All about sisters - and why we love them!
Our funny, heartfelt A4 sister print makes the perfect gift for a treasured sister - whether it's her birthday, Christmas, or a special occasion like being a bridesmaid.
This poem is a unique gift for a treasured sis! Bespoke Verse's range of 'What is a...?' poems have featured in magazines such as VOGUE and Easy Living.
Whether she's a cherished adviser or birthday surpriser, everyone who is lucky enough to have a sister will recognise the bond described in 'What is a Sister?'
You can chose from the background colours: green, grey, taupe.
The print is supplied unframed.
You also have the option to add a complimentary personalised 2 line message at the bottom (BENEATH the last line of the poem - as in the images). To do this we remove the last two rhyming lines (21 & 22) and rearrange the last 4 lines to the best effect. We recommend no more than 8 words per line.
What is a Sister?
An ally, defender, a gentle arm bender
An honest debater, a story-relater
A planner, a lender, the perfect gift sender
A knower, a shower, a fun-time thrower.
A winer, a diner, an outfit designer
A meeter, a greeter, a chocolate eater
A debater, relater, a smile reinstater
A secret provider, an on-your-sider.
A diva, a bopper, a tireless shopper
A treater, a spender, a great recommender
A snorter, a sniggerer, infectious giggler.
A hugger and squeezer, playmate and teaser.
A lip-gloss provider, an onthe-insider
A texter, a writer, a party inviter
A thinker, a winker, a latte drinker
A good-for-a moaner, a helper & phoner.
A carer, comparer, a problem-sharer
A gossipy chatterer, forgiver & flatterer
A handbag borrower, a ring-tomorrower
A date fixer-upper & time for a cuppa.
A listening ear, a loyal volunteer (line 21)
A welcome inquisitor, spare bed visitor (line 22)
A misser, a kisser, a cinema hisser
A birthday surpriser & cherished adviser
A laugher, a kidder, anxiety ridder
A wont let it rester & know you bester...
Thats what makes a sister!
Copyright Joanna Miller 2012. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem.)