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Brother And Sister - Poem by Lewis Carroll

"SISTER, sister, go to bed!
Go and rest your weary head."
Thus the prudent brother said.

"Do you want a battered hide,
Or scratches to your face applied?"
Thus his sister calm replied.

"Sister, do not raise my wrath.
I'd make you into mutton broth
As easily as kill a moth"

The sister raised her beaming eye
And looked on him indignantly
And sternly answered, "Only try!"

Off to the cook he quickly ran.
"Dear Cook, please lend a frying-pan
To me as quickly as you can."

And wherefore should I lend it you?"
"The reason, Cook, is plain to view.
I wish to make an Irish stew."

"What meat is in that stew to go?"
"My sister'll be the contents!"
"Oh"
"You'll lend the pan to me, Cook?"
"No!"

Moral: Never stew your sister.

Comments about Brother And Sister by Lewis Carroll

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  • Pinki francis 11/26/2018 7:05:00 AM

    I hate it Reply

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  • The cook 1/31/2018 9:11:00 AM

    theses two would not stop fighting so I made both them into a lovely irsh stew here is the link ttp: //allrecipes.co.uk/recipes/stew-recipes.aspx Reply

    The Parents (1/31/2018 2:42:00 PM)

    Is that were those two went! We have been looking every for them ;) .

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  • Ratnakar Mandlik 2/13/2016 4:24:00 AM

    A lovely poem reminding squabbles between siblings. Thanks for sharing. Reply

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  • Susan Williams 12/6/2015 1:47:00 PM

    Faithful to the truth. Siblings fight and fight and fight. I guess it is how they get prepared for real life Reply

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  • Meira Shulman 4/14/2013 11:10:00 AM

    I love this poem! And it is so true! Reply

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  • Tristan Parker 5/9/2012 7:33:00 PM

    I don't like the moral of this poem... Reply

    Eva Pandey (3/19/2018 7:36:00 AM)

    There is nothing very bad in the moral of the poem. This poem is very ridiculous and the moral outlines the sense of humour of the poet(Lewis Caroll) as well as the poem.

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  • Atsiylah Garfinkel 11/29/2007 12:49:00 AM

    What a darling poem! And so true to life. Reply

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  • Melvina Germain 1/28/2007 9:27:00 PM

    This is wonderful Sandra, I love the moral of the story.--Melvina-- Reply

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Brother Poems
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  2. 2. Death And His Brother Sleep (‘morphine’)
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  3. 3. To My Brother Miguel In Memoriam
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  4. 4. This Country Is Ours, The Philippines, F..
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  5. 5. To My Brother
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  6. 6. Big Brother
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  7. 7. The Gardener Lxviii: None Lives For Ever..
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  8. 8. To My Brother George
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  9. 9. Brother Jim
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  10. 10. Little Brother
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  11. 11. Epistle To My Brother George
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  12. 12. Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
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  13. 13. Sonnet: To My Big Brother
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  14. 14. My Brother
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  15. 15. Big Brother He Is Listening
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  16. 16. Brother Jonathan's Lament
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  17. 17. Baby Brother (Children)
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  18. 18. African Brother
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  19. 19. Brother Africa
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  20. 20. My Brother.....
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  21. 21. To My Brother Poet, Seeking Peace
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  22. 22. My Brother In Law, Al
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  23. 23. What Is A Brother?
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  24. 24. To His Dying Brother, Master William Her..
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  25. 25. To His Deare Brother Colonel F. L. Immod..
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  26. 26. Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis..
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  27. 27. A Tribute To A Brother
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  28. 28. Brother To Brother Hymn
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  29. 29. Big Brother Knows More About You Now
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  30. 30. My Brother And I.
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  31. 31. Our Brother John
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  34. 34. ***the Day My Baby Brother Died***
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  36. 36. My Brother, A Sister And Me
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  37. 37. My Brother Is A Part Of My Family
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  38. 38. 'Special' Brother (Children)
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  39. 39. To My Brother Who Looks Different Than Me
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  40. 40. My Little Brother :)
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  41. 41. My Brother
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  42. 42. To My Baby Brother
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  44. 44. Big Brother Is Always Watching Me
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  45. 45. Brother
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  47. 47. Love Your Brother
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  48. 48. Brother Do Not Say I Am Sorry
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Brother Poems

  1. To My Brother

    Give me your hand, my brother, search my face; Look in these eyes lest I should think of shame; For we have made an end of all things base. We are returning by the road we came. Your lot is with the ghosts of soldiers dead, And I am in the field where men must fight. But in the gloom I see your laurell’d head And through your victory I shall win the light.

  2. Death And His Brother Sleep (‘morphine’)

    There’s a mirror likeness between those two shining, youthfully-fledged figures, though one seems paler than the other and more austere, I might even say more perfect, more distinguished, than he, who would take me confidingly in his arms – how soft then and loving his smile, how blessed his glance! Then, it might well have been that his wreath of white poppies gently touched my forehead, at times, and drove the pain from my mind with its strange scent. But that is transient. I can only, now, be well, when the other one, so serious and pale, the older brother, lowers his dark torch. – Sleep is so good, Death is better, yet surely never to have been born is best.

  3. To My Brother Miguel In Memoriam

    Brother, today I sit on the brick bench of the house, where you make a bottomless emptiness. I remember we used to play at this hour, and mama caressed us: "But, sons..." Now I go hide as before, from all evening lectures, and I trust you not to give me away. Through the parlor, the vestibule, the corridors. Later, you hide, and I do not give you away. I remember we made ourselves cry, brother, from so much laughing. Miguel, you went into hiding one night in August, toward dawn, but, instead of chuckling, you were sad. And the twin heart of those dead evenings grew annoyed at not finding you. And now a shadow falls on my soul. Listen, brother, don't be late coming out. All right? Mama might worry.

  4. This Country Is Ours, The Philippines, For You Brother Pinoy

    And we shall not leave This country we shall build Because it is ours Throughout the golden hours Here we belong For quite long Our great forefather Was buried here And though in poverty We must stay As we enjoy what we have Under the sun we love The coolness of the moon We all swoon and don We shall be proud as a tree We enjoy our liberty We shall live we shall die There is no reason to cry