Treasure Island

ebony white


Sister's


we may fight
we may argue i say i hate u
but deep down i love you
i said things i did not mean
but that is what sisters do
you say things to hurt my feelings
but yet i still love you beacuse
we are sisters
to be honest i put you first in my life
and no one can come between us because
we are sisters
stay strong stay happy and never let
people put u down or hurt your feelings
i am telling you this because we are sisters
and i love you because we are sisters

Submitted: Friday, July 08, 2011
Edited: Saturday, July 09, 2011

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  • Mohammad Akmal Nazir (7/8/2011 9:07:00 PM)

    Praising too much would be flattery. I just want to say that the poem was outstanding written well with nice texture and imagery.
    Kudos to you.
    I rated it 10.
    Please read and rate my poem 'Abortion' on page 4.
    Best regards
    Akmal (Report) Reply

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