Treasure Island

joanne panganiban

(1118 / San Diego)

sisters


Sisters fight and argue
but not even a minute later they make up
and start bonding
talking about boys and giving makeovers
The big sisters job
is to show an good example
and teach them stuff
the little sisters job
is to annoy the big one and barrow there clothes
I think thats ine of the best part,
barrowing clothes
but thats not it
sisters always tell eachother secrets
The big sister goes to there little sister
and talks about this boy even though they know they're not listening
the best feeling of older one
is when you see the little one growing up
asking you for advice and talking about this boy and makeup
You get all excited when they have a boyfriend and is all looking pretty
trying to impress the boy
Thats when you know your little sister
who went from tomboy to girly girl is growing up
sisters are always there for eachother and look up to eachother
sometimes the little one is watching the older one
which is pretty funny
sisters are sisters
they'll always be together
no matter what happens to them.

Submitted: Saturday, November 29, 2008

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