My sister 'Crystal'
She is the one who has been there through it all. The laughs the tears, giggling when you fall. The boyfriends, the heart breaks. The lies, the mistakes. She has been there for the real friends and been there for the fakes.
I cant imagine my life without her, shes truly a star. right now im missing her, the drive is just to far. I know im a little crazy, its only been a few weeks. but seriously crystal, I miss your chubby cheeks. I miss your grumpy face, when kyle is in the room, I miss your cheesy jokes, that bring me out of gloom. I miss your stupid showers, that feel like an hour and a half. I miss the funny sounds, that come along with your laugh.
Somewhere down the road she has became a great friend. im absolutely positive, she will be there until the end.
To be completly honest, she drives me insane. I really have to teach myself, to keep my temper tame. shes really something special, yet nothing special at all. she really is quite boring, but its funny when she falls.
Every time I leave, I miss her even more. But I love that when I do come home, She has an open door.
Remember Crystal most my poems are written when im mad. but this poem I wrote for you im actually very glad. in case you didnt notice, this poem makes a word. remember my beautiful sister, ill always love you, you little turd.
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