112 Funny Brother Poems to Express Your Love

Expressing your love for your brother can be hard to verbalize; however, it doesn’t have to be so difficult!

And what better way to show your friendship and admiration for your brother than through the timeless expression that is poetry?

To help you out, we’ve compiled funny brother poems from which you can draw inspiration.

As Byron Pulsifer so poignantly remarked: “Once a brother, always a brother, no matter the distance, no matter the difference and no matter the issue.”

So read on for funny poems about brothers that will definitely give you some ideas as to how best express your love for one another!

Best Funny Brother Poems

Are you looking for the perfect way to express your love to your brother? Look no further than these funny brother poems! Not only will they bring a smile to his face, but they’ll also show him just how much you appreciate him. So why not take a few minutes to check them out? Your brother will thank you for it!

1. Monkey See

       by Skat A

There once was a monkey named Frank
Who loved to walk the plank
He said too many jokes
Pulled too many hoaxe-s
Ha! Ha! Ha! Then he got a good spank

Who’s that monkey in front of me
I dare to hang with you on a tree
Oh! What I do? Will you do?
Together we are like glue
Is that my flea or your flea?

2. Brother Told Us

       by Andrea Dietrich

Brother told us sometimes that he peed
sitting down with a good book to read,
but with his ding-a-ling
he was having a fling
when we spied on him.  Good book indeed!

3. One Race

       by Victor Nwakanma

The firmament above, beneath we exist,
This diversity in divine artistry
Same eyes divers sizes
Different skin same sin
Different color same honor
Same human same humor
Why try to sort out maize from corn? They are all same
Cus just one shot, your race won’t spare you.

4. You Know Nuffin

       by Indiana Shaw

Having a preacher as a brother, he’s Ok, as far as a brother goes
But; I am forever Bible-bashing him, just to keep him on his toes

Indiana Shaw . . .

“I’ve no worries, slanging my big brother off, it’s his job to forgive me” . . .

“But; I’ve no idea why he keeps holding that cross out, on passing me” . . .

5. My Bedroom

       by Jan Allison

Daddy look at this place
Mommy said it’s a disgrace
cos nothing’s in the right place
the floor’s an obstacle race
and my best book on space
isn’t in the book case

BUT my kid sister Grace
is lurking on the staircase
she’s got a grin on her face –
That smile I’d like to erase!

Daddy I can only assume
she’s been in my bedroom
As she can now reach the door
Daddy I’ve warned her before
One day there’s gonna be war!

Daddy just hear my plea
Please please give me a key
Then I can lock my sister out
And then mommy won’t shout…
At me!

6. Seven Years and Big Brother

       by Anne-Lise Andresen

I am 7 years old and have already learned a lot
as …
“God’s wife is called Godmother
  She is the mother of all her grandchildren:
  Noah, Jesus and Santa Claus “

This is my second year at school
“All children start with clean hands”

By the way
  … do you know?
“Grandmothers have very big bra
They are so big that
I get the whole butt and two knees into one bowl
… the second my brother can use a cradle “
From the child’s mouth 🙂

7. School Days

       by Cona Adams

I detest these stockings,
they’re coarse, brown and ugly.

I hate the garters more;
elastic circles that cut off
circulation and fail to halt
the laddering down my skinny legs.

If only . . . I picture myself
in warm jeans and no teasing
from Tommy Rogers.

I put the garters to better use,
roll the repulsive stockings
down around my ankles.

Tommy taunts,
“Who gave you
jointed toothpicks for legs?”

I lost it.

Now, Tommy has a black eye
and my nose is in the corner.
Poem Details | by Darlene Gifford |
Categories: baby, brother, funny, pollution,
He’s Fully Loaded
Stinky-Butt crawls
like a snail and leaves a trail.
My baby brother.

8. If I Beat You to the Barn

       by Richard Karr

Farm boys, farm boys, go and do your chores
Better take your hat for it’s sunny out-of-doors
Farm boys, farm boys, gotta milk those cows
Milk-em twice a day and feed the hungry sows
Make your mother butter in the butter churn
Argue with your brother when you think it’s not your turn
Measure off the distance you both will have to run
Where it is you’ll need to go to get the milking done
Toe the mark to challenge your brother at the gate
Divvy up the pails to balance out the weight
Farm boys being farm boys down there on the farm
And you’ll milk the cows if I beat you to the barn.

9. Clean Sister, Dirty Brother

       by John Williams

Leany Reany was so cleany,
She bathed five times a day,
She washed herself with ropey soapy
After every little play.
Dirty Burty was so shirty
When he had to take a shower,
He washed himself with muddy buddy,
Never smelling like a flower.

10. Maturity

       by Anonymous

Two prates,
sick paste,
wanton waste,
yet terrible brain.


One more way,
for me in the daze,
then the song with the wait,
then the bong and your faith-
yes it’s gone,
but no you’re still to gait-
you’re still to frame,
you’re still to blame.

11. Only Brother

       by Cona Adams

He was the eldest,
tall, handsome, all knowing
(by his own assessment).

He could roll a ‘guide and wheel’
all the way to school
without a stop. That wheel
kept rolling as if by magic.

He could shimmy up a tree
in search of wild grapes.

He could swim in deep water,
catch snakes for pets.

He could hunt squirrels with Dad,
shoot a 22 rifle.

He could milk a cow,
hitch a horse to the wagon.

He could zing you, square on,
with a dry corn cob.

He could run barefoot
through woods, creeks, fields,
and over dirt roads.

But he missed the rafter,
fell through to the floor below,
knocked himself out cold,
chasing his cat through the attic.
Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: brother, funny,
When Daddy Did the Cooking
My brother was first at the table
to pile six pancakes on his plate.
I don’t know how he stayed so skinny
given the enormous amount that he ate.
My daddy had made the hot syrup
from white sugar or so he had thought.
After one bite my brother was choking,
hair rising as though he’s besot.
Then Dad yelled ,”Don’t pour the syrup.
Instead of sugar, I grabbed Epsom Salt. “

12. My Big Brother Is Watching You Too

       by Courtney Courtney

“My Big Brother” up and down the street
He could be anyone you meet
Spying on you from the street
Looking in from every beat
“My Big Brother” isn’t that sweet

“My Big Brother” and I don’t know why
Casting in from above the sky
“My Big Brother” the commie spy
Listening in do or die
Bringing his book in
Taught within
My Big Brother, 1-800-LET-US IN
Caught with paper and a pen
All because, “My Big Brother” let himself in.

13. Feet Burn

       by J.W. Earnings

While doing sit-ups,
My big, arrogant brother stomps on my feet
“That burns my feet, bro!!”

While in recital,
My oldest brother motions to stop clapping
…My hands are red, bro…

14. I Personally Know a Monster

       by Jacob Cra

He annoys me twenty-four seven!
And sometimes I can’t even sleep!
Especially when he snores and claims
in the morning that he didn’t make a peep!

He is filthy, disgusting, and appalling!
Picking food out of his mouth after  meals!
Often I think he is crazy!
I mean c’mon… he doesn’t even walk on his heels!

But no matter how strange he is,
Nasty and smelling like scat,
I’ve got to put up with his vexation
because he’s my brother and I kinda have to love him for that.

15. Moulting – for You

       by Robert Sciasci

The next is like the first
equally shedding more skin
you do that again and again
and I known each time
you look at me
we are transformed

and so we take each step
each page is torn away
a day, a week, a month
eternity in our eyes

this time with you
like a wave that never breaks
a swell in the heart of the ocean

where the two race, play, swim

we are
the ones we see

in the next moment the sun rolls by
you lighten up the room
again a mirror

to the little pools of mystery
spilling out around you
giving up the secret

moulting in the broad day light.

16. I Accidentally Let One Loose

       by Jack Webster

I accidentally let one loose
while standing by a fire;
marshmallows burst in my wind;
the flames grew ever higher;
Jan fell bank into the cooler,
as ice poured down her collar;
Mikey wailed, just three years old,
and stomped his feet and hollard;
the loons on the lake stopped their song,
as the frogs all gasped for air;
the fireflies fell, one by one,
as the fish ate up their share;
the dragonflies rolled their eyes
and flew away to the moon,
as the cinders from the campfire rose
and yet spelled out their doom.

17. It!

       by Jen H

A sibling for me
I don’t feel very lucky
I sell IT for free!
Poem Details | by Nikki Reynolds |
Categories: brother, friend, funny, growing up, kid, sister,
Bad Kids
Little Joyce Ann and her friend Glenn
decided to play a trick one day
They took a rope and each grabbed an end,
then laid it across the alleyway

They hid in the bushes on each side
and waited for just the right time
One on the left and one on the right
waiting patiently for him to come by

Then came Little Johnny on his bike,
riding without a care
Right on time they snatched the rope tight
and flipped Little Johnny up in the air.

18. Gladiator

       by Angelo Pierre Louis

our skills.. talents.. gifts, that we have..
these are our tools.. weapons.. instruments
and we just want to live..
put into a situation in which we did not choose our roles..
some of us are the fans and the royalty
they watch people like me do what needs to be done…
people like me.. we just want to live
so we use our weapons and do what we have to..
we didn’t choose for it to be like this..
we watch the fortunate  crowd the seats of this coliseum called life..
and they watch us jump back and forth through shades of color..
they judge us…
but we just want to live

19. The Brotherhood

       by Ogden Nash

Two brothers, identical twins,
One’s smile is contagious, the other’s a grin.
They share a room, they share a bed,
But they never share their dirty secrets instead.

Short Funny Brother Poems

Brothers are the best! They may drive you crazy sometimes, but deep down you know they have your back. What better way to show your love for your brother than with a funny poem? These short and sweet poems will make him laugh and let him know just how much you care. Check them out!

1. Brotherly Love

       by Langston Hughes

Brother, dear brother,
You’re the only one who knows,
What it means to be a sibling,
To fight and then make up,
To love and then forgive.

2. The Odd Couple

       by Neil Simon

Two men, total opposites,
One neat, one messy,
One organized, one disorganized,
One clean, one dirty.
But they share a home,
And somehow, they get along.

3. Brothers

       by William Wordsworth

Two voices whispering in the dark,
Two pairs of hands that never stop.
Two heads that bend together,
Two hearts that beat as one,
Two souls that never diverge.

4. The Brothers’ Bond

       by Robert Frost

Two brothers, bound by blood,
Two spirits, wild and free.
They roam the fields and woods,
Together, hand in hand,
Until the day they part.

5. Brothers and Sisters

       by Maya Angelou

We may not always see eye to eye,
We may not always agree,
But we’re family,
And that’s enough,
To love and accept each other,
No matter what.

6. The Brotherhood of Man

       by Edwin Markham

There’s a thread that runs through all of us,
A bond that ties us tight,
A cord that connects us,
Brother to brother,
In this great human sight.

7. Brothers in Arms

       by Mike Hardy

Two soldiers, fighting side by side,
Through battles fierce and long,
They stand together,
Shoulder to shoulder,
Until the war is won.

8. The Brother’s Keeper

       by John Donne

Am I my brother’s keeper?
Yes, I am,
For we are bound together,
By blood and love,
Until the end.

 9. Brotherly Advice

       by Dorothy Parker

My brother, my brother,
Don’t let them get you down,
Keep your head up high,
And never wear a frown.
Be strong, be brave,
And always speak your mind,
For that’s what big brothers do.

10. The Brotherly Embrace

       by Charles Lamb

Two brothers, in each other’s arms,
A bond that’s strong and warm.
They hug each other tight,
And vow to stick together,
Through thick and thin, through life.

11. Brothers Forever

       by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Two brothers, forever friends,
Through good times and bad ends.
They stand together tall,
And never let each other fall,
For they’re brothers, forever.

12. The Brother’s Creed

       by Steven Crane

I am my brother’s keeper,
I stand by him, through thick and thin.
I’ll never leave his side,
I’ll never let him down,
For he’s my brother, my kin.

13. Brotherly Love Song

       by Woody Guthrie

My brother and I, we’re two of a kind,
We stick together, like glue on our minds.
We share our joys and sorrows,
We help each other out,
For we’re brothers, forever and ever.

14. The Brotherhood of Life

       by Henry Van Dyke

Two brothers, traveling life’s road,
Together they face every load.
They help each other up,
When one falls down,
For they’re brothers, in every step.

15. Ode to the Prankster

       by Anonymous

In the realm of mischief, you’re the king,
Brother dear, pranks are your favorite fling.
From whoopee cushions to sneaky surprises,
You keep us laughing, our laughter rises.

16. The Legend of the Sock Thief

       by Anonymous

In the laundry abyss, socks disappear,
Brother, you’ve made stealing an art, it’s clear.
Socks vanish, and we know who to blame,
Your sock thievery is legendary, no shame!

17. Snoring Symphony

       by Anonymous

At night, you orchestrate a snoring tune,
Brother, it’s a symphony, not a cartoon.
The rhythm of snores, a lullaby unique,
Sleeping near you is like a comic critique.

18. Remote Control Wars

       by Anonymous

The battle for the remote, a nightly quest,
Brother, you’re determined, you’re the best.
Clicking and scrolling, TV domination,
In the remote wars, you’re a sensation!

19. Couch Commando

       by Anonymous

On the sofa, you’ve claimed your throne,
Brother, you’re the couch potato we’ve known.
With snacks in hand and a grin so wide,
You’re the couch commando, nowhere to hide.

20. The Master of Dad Jokes

       by Anonymous

With puns and quips, you take the lead,
Brother, your dad jokes make us concede.
Groans and laughter, a comedic blend,
You’re the master of jokes, from start to end.

21. Pizza Pilferer

       by Anonymous

Under the moonlight, a pizza vanishes,
Brother, your midnight cravings are ambitious.
Cheese and pepperoni, a stealthy feat,
You’re the pizza pilferer we can’t beat!

22. Dancing Dynamo

       by Anonymous

On the dance floor, you’re a dynamo,
Brother, your moves make the crowd aglow.
From two left feet to spins so wild,
Your dancing style is quirky and styled.

23. Bedhead Chronicles

       by Anonymous

In the morning light, a wild mane unfurls,
Brother, your bedhead is a statement, it swirls.
With hair that defies gravity and reason,
You wake up ready for a day of teasing.

24. Siblings in Crime

       by Anonymous

Through thick and thin, in laughter and strife,
Brother, you’re the partner in my life.
Siblings in crime, a duo so clever,
Forever and always, partners forever.

Funny Brother Poems That Rhyme

These funny brother poems that rhyme will not only make your brother chuckle, but they’ll also warm his heart knowing that you put in the effort to create something special just for him. So, whether you’re looking for a birthday gift or just something to make your brother smile, take a look at these poems and get inspired!

1. My Brother’s a Goofball

       by Anonymous

My brother’s a goofball, oh so silly,
He makes me laugh with his crazy thrills.
He’s always up for a good time,
And never fails to make me rhyme.

2. Brotherly Love

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my buddy, my partner in crime,
We’re two peas in a pod, a perfect rhyme.
We play pranks on each other, we fight and we cry,
But in the end, we love each other ’til we die.

3. The Brother Blues

       by Anonymous

My brother’s got the blues, oh so sad,
He’s feeling down, he’s feeling bad.
But I’m here to cheer him up,
With a funny poem, a silly pup.

4. Brotherly Competition

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my rival, my opponent,
We compete in everything, we never relent.
From video games to sports, we battle it out,
But in the end, we’re still brothers, without a doubt.

5. The Brotherhood of Man

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my friend, my confidant,
We’re two guys, just trying to have some fun.
We make jokes, we play tricks, we act like fools,
But deep down, we’re bonded like superglue.

6. Brotherly Advice

       by Anonymous

My brother’s older, wiser, and smart,
He gives me advice, right from the start.
He tells me how to handle life’s ups and downs,
And how to be a man, when I grow up.

7. Brothers Just Want to Have Fun

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my partner, my accomplice,
We’re two troublemakers, always on the loose.
We cause chaos, we break rules, we have a ball,
But in the end, we’re just two brothers, standing tall.

8. The Brotherly Bond

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my brother, my blood and my bone,
Our bond is unbreakable, we’re never alone.
We stick together, through thick and thin,
And always have each other’s back, win or sin.

9. Brotherly Love and Hate

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my friend, my enemy,
We love each other, but sometimes we hate.
We argue, we fight, we disagree,
But in the end, we’re still family.

10. Brothers Together Forever

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my brother, my lifelong friend,
We’re two peas in a pod, until the very end.
We’ll stick together, through good times and bad,
And always be there for each other, like a loyal cad.

11. The Prankster Extraordinaire

       by Anonymous

My brother, oh brother, a prankster so grand,
His tricks and his schemes, they always expand.
He hides my keys, he glues my shoes,
His mischievous laughter, it never subdues.

He puts salt in my sugar, he turns my phone’s tongue,
His pranks are endless, his antics unsung.
But despite his mischief, I love him so dear,
My brother, the prankster, my partner so near.

12. The Walking Disaster Zone

       by Anonymous

My brother, the klutz, a walking disaster,
He trips over cords, he spills his glass of water.
He breaks lamps and vases, he knocks over chairs,
His clumsiness legendary, he’s always in pairs.

But his mishaps bring laughter, his blunders delight,
He’s the king of the clumsy, a shining light.
We chuckle and tease, with love in our hearts,
My brother, the disaster, he’s playing his parts.

13. The Master of Excuses

       by Anonymous

My brother, the excuse maker, a talent so rare,
He can spin a tale, with a nonchalant air.
He forgets his chores, he breaks his promises,
But with a quick excuse, his guilt he dismisses.

“The dog ate my homework,” “I forgot my keys,”
His excuses are endless, his creativity decrees.
We shake our heads and smile, with a knowing delight,
My brother, the excuse master, day and night.

14. The Master of Mispronunciations

       by Anonymous

My brother, the mispronouncer, a linguistic gem,
He twists and he turns, with a comical emblem.
“Watermelon” becomes “watermay-un,”
“Library” becomes “librory-un.”

His mispronunciations tickle our ears,
His linguistic blunders, they banish our fears.
We laugh and we giggle, with joy in our hearts,
My brother, the mispronouncer, playing his parts.

15. A Brother’s Milestones

       by Anonymous

Through childhood games and grazed-knee days,
With toy cars, we built our maze.
You were the co-pilot of my dreams,
Two peas in a pod, or so it seems.


Teenage years, a bit astray,
Yet, in each other’s hearts, we’d stay.
Video games and talks so late,
In life’s big test, you’re my checkmate.


Now, as adults, we’ve come so far,
Two shining versions of a single star.
A toast to you on your special day,
Happy Birthday, bro, in every way.

16. The Quiet Hero

       by Anonymous

You’ve never been one to boast or brag,
Your love’s in every hug, not in a tag.
In my life, you play a vital role,
The quiet hero who nourishes my soul.


You listen when I speak, you’re there when I call,
In the theater of my life, you make me stand tall.
Your laughter is a melody, a comforting song,
In my book of life, you’re where you belong.


Your actions speak louder, no need for words,
In the language of love, you’re fluent, it’s heard.
On your birthday, I hope you truly see,
You’re not just my brother, you’re a hero to me.

17. Forever Young

       by Anonymous

You’re another year older, but you’re still the same,
Stealing my clothes, calling silly names.
Your birthday’s here, another candle to light,
Another year of being my favorite sibling—alright!


We fought over toys, now we debate on wine,
But at the end of the day, I’m glad you’re mine.
No matter your age, some things never bend,
The fact you’re my brother till the very end.


We’re older but young in each other’s eyes,
Through all life’s lows and every high rise.
Happy Birthday, bro, let’s forever be young,
With you by my side, life is always so fun.

18. The Keeper of Memories

       by Anonymous

The secrets we share, no one else will know,
From innocent childhood to stubble that shows.
Through highs and lows, and times good and bad,
You’ve been the companion I didn’t know I had.


Remember that summer of endless skies?
Or that winter we laughed till tears filled our eyes?
These memories we keep, locked away in our heart,
A testament of love, that won’t ever depart.


Happy Birthday, dear brother, the keeper of my past,
In the book of my life, your character will last.
A day to honor you, in heartfelt, simple ways,
For being the lighthouse through all my yesterdays.

19. The Unsung Melody

       by Anonymous

We don’t often say it, but feelings are clear,
In each simple gesture, in every shared tear.
Like a tune well known, but never sung,
Our brotherly love needs no words, it’s forever young.


Through awkward phases and tough times too,
I’ve found a constant friend in you.
We’ve navigated life, each other’s guide,
On this crazy roller coaster ride.


On your birthday, let’s let the silence speak,
Acknowledging the bond that doesn’t need to seek.
For brothers like us, words can be few,
Happy Birthday, bro, this unsung melody’s for you.

20. A Brother Like No Other

       by Anonymous

You’ve grown another year older, it’s true,
But to me, you’re still the kid with the shoe
Tied to your hand, running all amiss,
Hoping for cake, but landing in bliss.


Age might change you, but remember this day,
When I chased you around, yelling, “come play!”
You’ve always been one for a cheeky spree,
Happy birthday, brother, forever young to me.


Candles on cake, wishes flying high,
With every year, seems you touch the sky.
But no matter the age, or the wisdom you gain,
To me, you’ll remain the brother with chocolate stains.

Funny Brother Poems for Birthday

Whether your brother is the class clown or the quieter type, these poems are sure to make him laugh. So don’t wait any longer, check them out and add some humor to your brother’s special day!

1. Growing Older, Growing Bolder

       by Anonymous

Each year that passes, you grow so tall,
Yet your pranks seem to never be small.
Another birthday, another cheer,
But deep inside, you’re still that little dear.


Laugh lines may appear, grays may sprout,
But your mischievous spirit never seems to wear out.
A year older, but also bolder,
With every birthday, you’re a story-teller, a beholder.


Cakes, candles, and wishes galore,
Yet the child in you always wants more.
May this birthday be filled with fun and glee,
For the best brother, as brothers can be.

2. Bound by Blood and Love

       by Anonymous

We’re bound by blood, but that’s just the start,
What truly connects us is deeper, it’s art.
A masterpiece painted over years of love,
With laughter and tears and moments that prove.


You’ve been my rock when tides were high,
The laughter in my life, the least likely to lie.
We’ve shared countless secrets, dreams, and fears,
Your presence is a solace that forever endears.


On this day, as we celebrate your birth,
I realize your irreplaceable worth.
You’re more than a sibling, you’re a lifelong friend,
With love and memories that never will end.

3. Pillar of Strength

       by Anonymous

You’ve stood by me in times so tough,
You made the rocky roads seem smooth enough.
Like a lighthouse in the darkest night,
You’ve been my guide, my pillar of light.


In sorrow and joy, you’re always near,
A comforting presence, erasing each fear.
A defender, a partner in every crime,
You’re the constant rhythm in the chaos of time.


On this special day, I want to say
Thank you for being amazing in every way.
Happy Birthday, my brother, my source of might,
The pillar that makes everything in life so right.

4. An Unbreakable Bond

       by Anonymous

From mud pies and frogs to careers and wives,
We’ve walked together through different lives.
Though paths may change as years unfold,
Our bond remains more precious than gold.


I’ve seen you stumble, get back up and try,
In every struggle, you’re the reason why
I believe in goodness, loyalty, and trust,
For I’ve seen them in you, in love robust.


Happy Birthday, brother, the keeper of my trust,
In the family of my heart, you’re more than just.
In the story of my life, you’re a defining strand,
Bound by an unbreakable love, too grand to understand.

5. Eclipsing Time

       by Anonymous

We grew up together, in a time so sweet,
From scraped knees to adventures on a tweet.
Though years have flown, like birds in the sky,
Our love has grown, with no goodbye.


In each phase of life, you’ve been my guide,
A steady hand always by my side.
We’ve traveled through time, the bond never old,
Our sibling love more valuable than gold.


On your birthday, I wish joy to fill your day,
Just like you’ve done for me, in every single way.
In a world that’s ever-changing, spinning all the time,
Our love remains constant, beautifully eclipsing time.

6. Mirror of My Soul

       by Anonymous

You’re the mirror of my soul, can’t you see?
A reflection of me in every smile and plea.
We’ve journeyed through life, like stars in the night,
Illuminating each other, in love and in spite.


We share the same past, and often, the same thought,
In life’s classroom, together, we were both taught.
Through thick and thin, you’re my confidant and guide,
The one person in whom all my secrets reside.


So here’s to you on this day of your birth,
You who’ve shared my joys, my sorrows, and mirth.
Happy Birthday, brother, you’re a treasure in my soul,
A reflection of me, making my existence whole.

7. My Brother, My Star

       by Anonymous

When we were kids, you looked up to the sky,
Pointed at stars, asked the whys and the why.
Today, you’ve grown, and how can it be?
Now, you’re the star everyone’s thrilled to see.


Your dreams were big, as big as the sky,
No mountain too steep for you to climb high.
I’ve watched you soar, reach goals, even stumble,
But in each chapter, you’ve remained humble.


Today’s your birthday, and what can I say?
You’re the star that lights up my everyday.
So Happy Birthday, brother, may your sky always be clear,
With love from your sister, who holds you so dear.

8. A Sister’s Blessing

       by Anonymous

You were my first friend, and forever my brother,
We’ve faced life together, like no other.
From childhood scrapes to grown-up plans,
I’m thankful for the times you’ve given me a hand.


You’re my confidant, when things get tough,
You’ve got a heart of gold, though you act so gruff.
A brother and sister, we’ll forever be,
A couple of nuts off the family tree.


On this birthday, I wish you joys untold,
Health and happiness, a life to behold.
So here’s my blessing, simple but true,
Happy Birthday, my dear brother, I love you.

9. Birthday Wishes to the Sky

       by Anonymous

I look up to the sky and blow a kiss your way,
Today is your birthday, what more can I say?
You’re not here to celebrate, yet I feel you near,
In every thought of you, your memory’s so clear.


I think of your laughter, your smile, and your touch,
The love we shared, that meant so much.
Though heaven’s your home, and we’re far apart,
You’ll forever hold a special place in my heart.


Candles on earth can’t match your celestial glow,
Yet I’ll light one here, just so you’d know.
Happy Birthday, dear brother, in heaven above,
Sending you all my heartfelt, eternal love.

10. Forever in My Heart

       by Anonymous

Your birthday today brings both joy and sorrow,
Joy for the times we shared, sorrow for the empty tomorrow.
Though you’re in heaven, and I’m left behind,
Our bond remains unbroken, a love of a special kind.


Your presence is missed, every day, every night,
Yet, in my heart, you’re the forever shining light.
Even though we’re separated by a heavenly divide,
The memories of you are always by my side.


Today, I’ll visit your resting place, lay flowers with care,
And speak to you softly, feeling your presence in the air.
Happy Birthday, my brother, forever young you’ll be,
Always in my heart, an eternal bond, just you and me.

11. The Hero in My Sky

       by Anonymous

In my sky, you’re the brightest star,
Guiding me near, shining from far.
In each challenge, you’re my North,
The constant love that calls me forth.


When I was small, you held my hand,
Like a lighthouse, you helped me stand.
With every scrape, with every fall,
You showed me how to conquer all.


As years pass by, one thing is true,
My sky’s not complete without you.
Though stars may fade, our light won’t die,
Forever, the hero in my sky.

12. The Gift of Years

       by Anonymous

You were the first to climb the tree,
To scrape a knee, to set me free.
With every year, you took the lead,
You showed me what I’d someday need.


The world seemed less a scary place,
With you ahead, setting the pace.
You stumbled first, so I could see,
The pitfalls that would not catch me.


Though time marches, its pace so stern,
From your past, I still discern.
The gift of years, it’s yours to share,
A brother’s love, beyond compare.

Funny Brother Poems from Sister

If you have a brother, then you know that having him in your life is a gift. Yes, sometimes he can be annoying, but deep down, you love him. And what better way to express your love than through funny poems? These brother poems from sisters are the perfect way to show your bro how much you care. Give them a read!

1. You Are the Best Brother

       by 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.

2. A Sisters Rant

       by 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!

3. Her Awful Brother

       by 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!

4. Words Can’t Express

       by Catherine Pulsifer

Words can’t express my thoughts
Letters can’t connect the dots
To express how special you are
You, my brother, are a star.

You are always there for me
You are as special as a brother can be
We have our share of disagreements
But also we have had many achievements.

You are like a best friend
With you, I don’t pretend.
About anything, I can talk with you
And you also give good advice that’s true.

When I’m feeling down
You act like such a clown
You always could make me smile
Even when we were juveniles.

A helping hand you always give
You put things in perspective.
I just want to say, I look up to you
And count my blessings every day!

5. My Brother, My Friend

       by 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!

6. An Awesome Brother

       by 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!

7. My Big Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

I watch everything you do
You’re my hero that is true
I love your laughter and your smile
You always make me feel worthwhile.

Sure, you teased me but I always knew
I could always count on you.
You always watched out for me
Together we could be so silly.

If everyone had a brother like you
The world would be a better place too
Thank you for being there for me
I love you big brother, you are extraordinary!

8. A Brother Is

       by Catherine Pulsifer

A brother is cars and trucks
Some would say he is a roughneck.

A brother is snakes and bugs
But one who always gives a hug.

A brother is a big tease
But also likes to please.

A brother is a best friend
And will stand by you until the end

You, my brother, are one of a kind
You are the best, that I remind!

Love you always, no matter what
I send you this message from my heart.

9. Lifelong Sister and Brother

       by Catherine Pulsifer

Sisters and brothers are together for life
Growing up, there is at times, strife.
But, no matter what there is always a bond
One of friendship and beyond.

At times, they can drift apart
But the bond between them never departs.
As the years go by they may find
That their sibling is one of a kind.

God gives us sisters and brothers
A relationship like no other.
Give thanks for that sibling sent
It truly is no accident!

10. Have Patience

       by Catherine Pulsifer

You will find life is just not the same
If you don’t have a sister or brother to blame.
Growing up a brother can be
To his sister a bully.

He takes her stuff
And he can be so rough
You would think
He didn’t give a blink.

But a brother may act so tough
As a sister, you may say that is enough.
But deep down a brother does care
His love is one that is rare.

His feelings he will show
When life gives us a blow.
So remember to have patience
When you need him, he will be there in an instance.

11. I Wanted a Sister

       by Catherine Pulsifer

I wanted a sister but
With you I got stuck.
A baby boy
That steals my toys.

A brother, no way, it couldn’t be
I wanted a sister can’t you see.
I asked why a brother?
Oh Mother, oh Mother!

Boys like weird things like bugs
They bring home frogs and slugs
Oh why a brother I had to have
I was not very glad!

But when I saw your little baby face
You my brother I did embrace.
You were so tiny and cute
I stopped with my dispute.

And as you grew I loved you so
I no longer want a sister I want you to know
As brother happiness you bring
I wouldn’t trade you for anything.

“The Brother Who Stole My Toys”
My brother stole my favorite toy,
Now he’s in big trouble, oh boy!
He thinks he can hide, but I’ll find him,
And take back my toy, no need to remind him.

12. Brotherly Love and Prank Wars

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my partner in crime,
We play pranks on each other, all the time.
We sneak around, we set traps, we fight,
But in the end, we love each other tight.

13. The Brother Who Always Gets His Way

       by Anonymous

My brother’s always getting his way,
He’s the king of the house, every single day.
He wants what he wants, and he gets it too,
But I’m not jealous, I’m happy for him, boo-hoo!

14. The Brother Who Never Listens

       by Anonymous

My brother never listens, it’s so frustrating,
He ignores me, it’s like he’s sedated.
I tell him things, he doesn’t care,
But I’ll keep talking, because I’m aware.

15. The Brother Who’s Always There

       by Anonymous

My brother’s always there for me,
No matter what, he’s my safety net, you see.
He catches me when I fall, he picks me up,
And tells me everything will be alright, cupcake.

16. The Brother Who Knows Me Best

       by Anonymous

My brother knows me better than anyone,
He sees right through me, like the morning sun.
He knows my thoughts, my feelings, my fears,
And still loves me, even after all these years.

17. The Brother Who’s My Complete Opposite

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my opposite, we’re like night and day,
He’s outgoing, I’m shy, he’s bold, I’m gray.
But despite our differences, we get along,
And love each other, like a song.

18. The Brother Who Makes Me Laugh

       by Anonymous

My brother makes me laugh, he’s so funny,
He’s always cracking jokes, never lonely.
He’s the class clown, the center of attention,
And I’m lucky to call him my affection.

19. The Brother Who’s My Hero

       by Anonymous

My brother’s my hero, my role model,
He’s strong, brave, and always does well.
He inspires me to be my best,
And shows me that with hard work, I can pass any test.

20. My Brother, the Master of Excuses

       by Anonymous

My brother, the master of excuses, a talent so rare,
He can spin a yarn, with a nonchalant air.
He forgets his chores, he breaks his promises,
But with a quick excuse, his guilt he dismisses.

His excuses are creative, his stories so tall,
He leaves us in stitches, with laughter enthrall.
He’s the king of excuses, the master of lies,
But his ability to charm, never really dies.

Happy birthday, my bro, the master of bluff,
May your excuses always be enough.
May your guilt never weigh you down,
My brother, the excuse master, forever renown.

21. My Brother, the Master of Mayhem

       by Anonymous

My brother, the master of mayhem and mirth,
You bring chaos and laughter to this little earth.
With your pranks and your schemes, you keep us on edge,
A whirlwind of fun, a mischievous pledge.

You turn our family gatherings into a farce,
With your silly antics, you’re a natural star.
You make us laugh until our sides ache,
A comedic genius, no mistake.

Happy birthday, my brother, the king of the clowns,
May your laughter echo like thunderous sounds.
May your pranks never falter, your jokes never cease,
My brother, the jester, bring us eternal peace.

Funny Brother Poems That Make You Cry

Brothers are like built-in best friends. They’re always there to share in the good times and lend a shoulder to cry on during the tough times. Whether you want to reminisce about the silly childhood memories you shared or simply let him know how much he means to you, these poems will do the trick. So go ahead, give him a good laugh and a good cry with these heartfelt poems.

1. Brothers

       by William Wordsworth

Brothers, yea, and sisters too,
I cannot think of thee but with a smile;
For though we quarrel, and sometimes fight,
We are friends in the end, ’tis always right.

2. The Brothers

       by James Whitcomb Riley

Two boys were we,—one, two years old,
The other just turned sixteen,—so bold;
He was the man of the house, it seemed,
And I was the kid,—just a mere dream.

3. My Brother

       by Edgar Allan Poe

My brother, my brother, so dear and true,
How much I owe to him, both old and new;
He taught me all that I know,
And helped me through life’s stormy flow.

4. To My Brother

       by Henry Van Dyke

Dear brother, thou art far away,
But near thy memory stays;
In joy or sorrow, night or day,
Thou art ever in my thoughts, always.

5. A Song for My Brother

       by Christina Rossetti

My brother, oh how I miss thee,
Since thou art gone from me;
Gone, gone, forevermore,
In heaven’s sweet ecstasy.

6. My Brother’s Keeper

       by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

I am not angry, I am not sad,
For thee, my brother, I am glad;
Though thou hast left me, I am free,
For thou art mine, eternally.

7. Brotherly Love

       by Robert Frost

My brother, he of the roughest sort,
With a heart of gold, and a will of fort;
He’d give me a nickel, or a lickin’,
Depending on whether I’d been good or quicken.

8. The Older Brother

       by Walt Whitman

O elder brother, strong and brave,
What lessons thou didst teach me, when alive;
Thy hand, so firm, yet gentle too,
Guided me through life’s early dew.

9. When I Was One-and-Twenty

       by A.E. Housman

When I was one-and-twenty,
I heard a wise old man say,
‘Give crowns and pounds and guilders,
But not your heart away.

10. Brothers and Sisters

       by Lucille Clifton

We are the ones we have been waiting for,
Brothers and sisters, kin and more;
We must love each other, or die trying,
For we are all that we have, forevermore.

11. My Brother, My Partner in Crime

       by Anonymous

Oh, brother of mine, a mischievous soul,
Your antics and pranks take a comical toll.
You hide my shoes, you spike my drink,
And leave me in stitches, with laughter that clinks.

Your jokes may be corny, your puns may be lame,
But your silliness brings me endless acclaim.
You’re the source of my laughter, the reason I smile,
My dear brother, my partner in crime.

Happy birthday, my bro, my partner in jest,
May your life be filled with laughter and zest.
May your pranks never cease, and your jokes never fail,
My brother, my jester, I’ll always be your hale.

12. My Brother, the Annoying One

       by Anonymous

My brother, the annoying one, a pest so grand,
He teases and taunts, with a mischievous hand.
He hides my clothes, he changes my phone’s tone,
A brotherly menace, a prankster well-known.

But despite his annoying ways, I love him so dear,
My brother, my tormentor, my partner in cheer.
He fills my life with laughter, with chaos and zest,
A sibling so annoying, I’m truly blessed.

Happy birthday, my bro, my annoying delight,
May your teasing never end, and your pranks never bite.
May our sibling rivalry forever endure,
My annoying brother, I’ll always be your cure.

13. My Brother, the Walking Disaster

       by Anonymous

My brother, the walking disaster, a force to behold,
With his clumsy grace and stories untold.
He spills drinks, he trips over chairs,
A walking mishap, with endless flair.

He breaks things unintentionally, with a knack so unique,
A symphony of destruction, that leaves us to speak.
But his clumsiness brings us endless delight,
A walking disaster, shining so bright.

Happy birthday, my brother, the king of mishaps,
May your klutziness bring us endless claps.
May your accidents never cease, your blunders never fail,
My brother, the walking disaster, you’ll always prevail.

14. My Brother, the Master of Sarcasm

       by Anonymous

My brother, the wit, the master of sarcasm,
His words are like daggers, his humor so caustic.
He rolls his eyes and scoffs at my jokes,
His sarcasm a shield, that never provokes.

But beneath his sharp tongue, a heart does reside,
A brother so caring, he’ll never hide.
His sarcasm’s a defense, a shield he employs,
My brother, the sarcastic, my heart he enjoys.

Happy birthday, my bro, the master of bluff,
May your excuses always be enough.
May your guilt never weigh you down,
My brother, the excuse master, forever renown.

15. My Brother, the Walking Dictionary of Excuses

       by Anonymous

My brother, the walking dictionary of excuses,
He’s got a reason for everything he does.
He overslept because the alarm didn’t go off,
He missed his homework because the dog ate it, of course.

His excuses are so creative, they could fill a book,
He’s the master of the quick-witted comeback.
But despite his excuses, I know he’s a good guy,
He’s just got a knack for getting himself in a bind.

Happy birthday, my bro, the king of excuses,
May your creativity never cease, and your wit never elude.
May you always find a way to get out of trouble,
My brother, the excuse master, I’ll always be your humble.

Final Thoughts

We hope you’ve enjoyed this list of funny brother poems!

Reading, understanding and learning from these funny poems about brothers adds a wonderful layer of depth to our lives, allowing us to look at familiar things in different ways.

Ultimately, these poems are loving gestures that tell the world just how special brothers are.

Make sure to show your brother some love by visiting him with these incredible poems today!

Furthermore, we’d love to hear about other funny brother poems that you may know off the top of your head.

Please comment in the comments section below about this post and let us know what kind of poem best expresses your love for your beloved sibling.

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