Birthday Poems for Sisters

Martin Dejnicki
This post features a nice variety of birthday poems for sisters. The inspiration behind these verses came from my wonderful sister Anna. She has always been there for me, and I'll forever be grateful for that.
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Table of contents
A Birthday Poem for a Sister from her Sister
A Happy Birthday Poem for a Sister
Birthday Poem for Sister-in-law
A Funny Birthday Poem for My Sister

The first sister verse basically talks about the importance of spending time with your sister.

No matter how old you and your siblings may get, it's always nice to have them close by.

I know that you love your sister ver much, and that she means a lot to you.

I hope these poems put a huge smile on your sisters' face. I also hope that you get a chance to spend some quality time with her on her special day. Enjoy the party (and good luck sharing the verses).

Sweet Sister

Happy birthday,

sweet sister of mine.

Whenever I see you,

my heart seems to shine.

You're a truly wonderful,

sweet sister and friend.

birthday hugs and kisses,

I'd like to extend.

Happy birthday,

sweet sister of mine.

It brings me joy,

when we just spend time.

I'm eternally grateful,

you've always been there.

Through your actions and words,

you show that you care.

Happy birthday,

sweet sister of mine.

Life with you,

is exceptionally fine.

I hope you enjoy,

another great year.

I promise my love,

shall always be near.

Now wasn't that a fairly simple one? The next sister poem is a little bit different. It doesn't contain repetitive phrases like the first one. But once you read it, you'll be able to decide which one you prefer to share.


Today is the birthday,

of my sister and friend.

My love and my wishes,

I'm hoping to send.

She's a beautiful person,

which is obviously clear.

I'd just like to wish her,

another great year.

Looking back at the times,

together we've spent.

So much to my soul,

they truly have meant.

I know that her birthday,

shall bring many close.

She attracts happy smiles,

just like a rose.

Today is her birthday,

and she is my gift.

Whenever I see her,

my spirit shall lift.

These words give no justice,

when I try to express,

that place in my heart,

for her I possess.

By Martin Dejnicki

If you decide to share that last birthday poem, just make sure you give it to her or post it on her Facebook wall on the day of her birthday (since it talks about "today" being her birthday).

The goal here is to make your sister feel extra special on her birthday. I learned that sharing these short poems or sayings is very effective. Also, feel free to spread the love and express how you feel by adding your own verse or two to the poem you choose to share with your sister.

A Birthday Poem for a Sister from her Sister

We all know that most sisters are usually quite close. They share a special bond. That special bond between sisters is what I'm attempting to express with this next poem.

True Bond

You are my sister,

and we share a true bond.

It's magically special,

like those stars way beyond.

I'm excited to celebrate,

since today is your day.

So many kind things,

I'm hoping to say.

It seems like our true bond,

has naturally grown.

Just like our long talks,

that we share on the phone.

Your success and happiness,

warms my mind and my soul.

To bring you joy on your birthday,

is my number one goal.

I know that our true bond,

shall only expand.

Since you are my sister,

and "We" is our brand.

By Martin Dejnicki

This poem reminds me of the amazing bond that my mother shares with her older sister. They live an ocean apart, but they still talk every single day over Skype. It's cute how they have a daily ritual, same place, same time.

A Happy Birthday Poem for a Sister

Here's a fun and simple happy birthday poem that you may share with your wonderful sister. I'm sure she'll love it.

A Sister Like You

Happy birthday,

you deserve a surprise.

Wish for anything,

and then open your eyes.

Wish for a car,

or maybe a book.

Or a new wardrobe,

with a new look.

Happy birthday,

you deserve all the best.

Your heart is so sweet,

I truly attest.

Since you were small,

you knew how to care.

A sister like you,

is officially rare.

Happy birthday,

a big hug is due.

Open your gift,

I won't give a clue.

Whatever you wish for,

I hope it comes true.

I'm really fortunate,

to have a sister like you.

By Martin Dejnicki

Now that one was meant to be both fun and sentimental. I think it has the potential to make any sister feel really amazing. It talks about being grateful for having a "sister like you". That's a beautiful compliment that any sweet sister would love to receive.

Birthday Poem for Sister-in-law

Here's a birthday poem that you may share with your sister-in-law. Relationships with sister-in-laws vary quite a bit. Some people are really close with their sister-in-laws, while others are not as much (for one reason or another).

Dear Sister-in-law

Happy birthday,

my dear Sister-in-law.

You deserve,

to relax at a spa.

You've worked so hard,

the entire year.

The stress in your mind,

we must definitely clear.

Don't think about duties,

or those endless chores.

Imagine the beauty,

of beaches and shores.

It's your birthday,

and you need to rest.

It's perfectly alright,

to make a request.

For being my Sister-in-law,

I'm fortunate and glad.

Warmth to my heart,

you know how to add.

I wish you a birthday,

with plenty of cheer.

And only the best,

because you are so dear.

By Martin Dejnicki

A Funny Birthday Poem for My Sister

Here's a funny birthday poem that you may want to give to your big or little sister. Personally speaking, I'm must be one of the luckiest brothers out there (because my sister is so much fun to be around). Well, this next funny one is dedicated to her.

Rhymes With Wish

Hey sweet sister,

I nearly forgot.

About your birthday gift,

that I recently caught.

I'm really serious,

it's not a joke.

I went totally organic,

since I'm extra broke.

It was a challenge,

to properly wrap.

To find this gift,

I needed a map.

Just make sure,

you open real slow.

It's straight from my heart,

and not meant for show.

The very first thing,

you'll probably think.

Why does this gift,

officially stink?

A "FINtastic" birthday,

I'd just like to wish.

So I caught you,

a smelly old fish.

By Martin Dejnicki

I'm really glad that this category finished off with a funny rhyme. Hope you liked these sister birthday poems, and hope they bring your sister lots of joy.

PUBLISHED: Oct 04, 2023
Written By
Martin Dejnicki
I enjoy writing simple rhyming poetry that people can easily share with their loved ones. I live in Toronto with my loving wife and two curious, adventure-seeking daughters.
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