Ashaunti Taylor

Rookie (May 8,1992 / Paterson, New Jersey)

My Sister Ebonee and My Brother Terrance

I love all of my sisters and brothers,
This sister stands out to me from the rest of my sisters,
We look just alike,
We have some things in common,
Yes, I'm talking about my sister Ebonee,
I miss my sister Ebonee,
And let me not forget my first brother,
He's the brother stands that stands out to me from my other brother,
He looks like me too,
We have something in common, too,
He's the oldest boy,
I'm the oldest girl,
I miss my little man, Man-Man,
His favorite cartoon characters was Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk,
He didn't like anything wasn't Spider-Man or The Incredible Hulk,
He loved him some Spider-Man,
I think about them both alot too, just like I think about my daddy,
I love you, Ebonee and (Man-Man) Terrance.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 21, 2009

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