David Harris

(18 June 1945 / Bradfield, England)

Adopted Sisters


This goes out to my two adopted sisters
JoAnn and Meggie
I love you both

I have two adopted sisters
and write with both of them.
One lives in America
and the other in the Philippines.
I worry about them all the time
like a big brother would do.
I talk to both whenever I can.
The difficulty I have
is the time difference
between us all.
One is five hours behind my time
and the other is seven hours ahead.
I have even known them
to be online at the same time
and I have had to talk
to both at the same time.
My fingers were working
overtime that night.
The sad part of my story is
that I have a real sister
who never talks to me,
but my adopted sisters
are more I feel like my family.
Although I have never met them,
I feel I know both of them so well.
They are always there for me
whenever I am down
as I am there for the both of them,
my lovely adopted sisters
Meggie and JoAnn.

12 May 2008

Submitted: Tuesday, May 13, 2008

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  • Meggie Gultiano (5/14/2008 9:01:00 AM)

    God is good, David. I lost a sister the same age as you, but He gave me a brother instead to fill the void left by my sister.My heart will always leap with joy whenever i receive messages from you, and you always make my day more beautiful and wonderful.Thank you for taking care of me, and more spiritually.I am not afraid now..i have you.I thank God for you..Thank you for this write, David..your words just flow gently and lovingly.I love you big bruv..
    Hugs and kisses and love,
    Lil sis, Meggie (Report) Reply

  • JoAnn McGrath (5/13/2008 5:27:00 PM)

    AWwwwwwwwwwwww.....don't forget we adopted you too...God blessed us with someone we all needed.....we fill that little empty spot in the heart that was longing for something we didn't quite have...now our hearts are full of brotherly and sisterly love....they make the best friends you know....: O) ...HUGS...lil sis (Report) Reply

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