Emzee d'Va


18 Already...


Eighteen already,
Soon will come time when she could only sleep with a teddy…
It doesn't seem real,
I wonder how she feels.

Is she happy, is she sad.
Things that she's done, have they made her mad?
Does she regret things in the past?
Does she think she's grown up to fast?

If I was her, I'd have not one regret,
She's an amazing person, people couldn't forget.
We're all very proud, especially with what she's done.
Coping with her education as well as having fun.

We're also proud of what she has achieved.
We always knew she would succeed.
She's an amazing person; for that I guarantee
She's the person she wants to be.

Growing up was hard we fought for so long
Now I'm proud to say our bond is fairly strong.
We wasted so much time, when we could have spent it together,
But it can't be changed we're siblings forever

Friendship and loyalty is the key,
It's something we retain
Something over months, I've managed to gain

I look up to her, if only she knew
But she's stupid she doesn't have a clue
I need her- she guides me the right way
I've never thanked her; I didn't know what to say.

We'll share secrets, many the worlds won't find out,
Because you're my sister I have no doubt.
So whether we are together or we are far apart.
You're my sister, my friend and forever in my heart.

Happy Birthday.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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