Brother Poems, Poetry
You aren’t the dream brother
You can ruin my day
You make me cry at night
I wish you were normal
That you didn’t have behavior disorders
I wish that when I hugged you
You’d hug me back
I wish that when I told you I loved you
You’d love me back
One day I know you will
But for now, I love you anyway
This poem was written/submitted by Your Sister.
God’s sending his angels and you’re awaiting their arrival.
We’re all praying for your survival.
You’re only twenty-eight,
But you’ve been dealt this sorrowful fate.
Jelanie’s by your side, as you lay,
All day, everyday.
Wishing you were better in every way.
Because she loves you, and wants you to be okay.
But all she can do is watch you lay
And pray to God for another day.
Days came, and days went
Tears were spilled,
And prayers were sent.
They did all they could do,
But now we’re here missing you.
You’re in a better place, this we know
But nobody wanted you to go.
As night turned to dusk,
The angels came and you
So many people miss you and wish you were here
but we know you’re safer up there.
Free from pain,
Free from harm,
Resting safely in
The Lord’s arms.
This poem was written/submitted by Kaylee Lenners.
It all starts with a joint
or maybe even a gun point.
you do things before you think
but It can all happen In one blink.
you say you get a feeling you can’t explain
but sometime we just end up in pain.
we ask you why you do It
& you say It brings you through It.
It’s a shame to see you throw it all away
when at the begging it was all okay.
I look at your eyes red as an apple
& hope someday we’ll be at your wedding chapel.
I hope you find the good in life
like getting money or finding a wife.
I love you because you’re my brother
but someday I wanna be like my mother.
This poem was written/submitted by Amanda.
Brother I miss you so much,
I lay in bed at night thinking of you,
Crying, trying to figure out,
What to do,
Why did he take your life?
As you lay in the hospital fighting for your life,
He sits in a room thinking of what he has done wrong,
Maybe he will get prison maybe he will die,
But taking your life will never be a lie,
The hammer to your head,
As you lay in your bed,
Fighting him off,
Pushing him away,
He gets to run,
You fight it out,
To save Ryans life,
Enough strength to dial out,
Rush you in,
Tubs in your mouth,
Two days after,
Machines start beeping, while we are sleeping,
I jump up wondering what’s wrong,
Who was to know that was the day you would be gone,
Watching slowly you letting go,
I cry by your bed side when they tell me something I never wanted to know,
I fall from weakness,
Thinking I will never see you again,
Who was to know you would be leaving,
Alone in the world,
I sit and wonder,
What to do now?
That man that took your life,
He took our hearts,
Who would have known?
I sit here all alone.
I love you
This poem was written/submitted by jennifer.