Shadow Vanity

(09/30/94 / Small Town USA)

Melody


Melody,
My little sister so sweet and kind... you've grown up and seem to have left something behind... upon growing up there is one thing you need to hear, I love you still and always will. Remember when we were kids? We use to play in the snow.... Making snowmen and snow angels... though were the days... I miss seeing you smile, I miss hearing you laugh at the stupidest of things, But most of all.... I just miss you. Time will go by and one day you wont need me anymore but i want you to know... this is what a big sister is for. I am here to love you, cuddle you, hold you close and telling you its okay, I'm here for most anything really just ask me to stay.... I know you're upset at the world for taking me away but it wasn't the world it was my own doing. i know how you miss me and i know how you miss dad but just let me say this.... One day we will be Reunited again. Melody my sweet little sister you have all but grown up... stop getting older you're making me feel OLD!

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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