Treasure Island

Kuji soliman

(1997 / cairo/egypt)

brothers and sisters


we loose someone important,
its oh so sad,
but, we have sisters,
who help us,
who help us get up when we fall,
even if we are big, in between or small
they are always there for us,
they are there to help us
in our happiest days, in our darkest sorrows,
so pls make sure you and your brother or sister have a good relationship, because they wont be there forever!

(i have been inspierd by my mother, that always tells me: ' be good to your sister and dont fight alot, because when im not here with you anymore you two are the only thing you've got! ' thanks mum...now i finally realise that: -))

Submitted: Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, February 11, 2009
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  • Jenny Gordon (8/21/2010 10:15:00 AM)

    Yeah, my mother advised me something similar regarding my brothers. They're the greatest, believe me. (Report) Reply

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