Treasure Island

Ashley Hall

(10-16-1992 / Elyria, Ohio)

Big sister


You look up to your big sister.
She lays the path you wish to follow when your older.
She's the one that teaches you how to put on make up,
She's the one that helps you with all your little problems.
You can only dream of her becoming a mother and a wife.
She's your mother's first child.
She's the one to do everything first,
To go through everything first..
She's the one they look at you and go 'thats your sister isn't it? '
She's the one you love.
She's the one who's there when mom can't be.
She's the one i look up to.
She's the one who carries my first niece =)
And she's the one i love.

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Ashley Hall

Submitted: Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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