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Philo Yan

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IF YOU HAVE A BROTHER OR A SISTER


If you have a brother,
He sometimes can be a bother,
If you have a brother,
You won't exchange for another,
If you have a brother,
You wish you had another
Remember. many others,
Who don't have any brothers
Be thankful for what you have,
Love your brothers if you have.

If you have a sister
Especially if she's younger
She sometimes like a monster
If you have a sister
You won't exchange for another,
If you have a sister
Do you wish for another?
Remember, many others,
Who don't have brothers or sisters
Be thankful for who you love
Cherish your brother's, sister's love

Submitted: Sunday, August 26, 2012
Edited: Friday, December 28, 2012

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