Billie Marie Branson


Sisters Wedding Poem


So your special day is nearly here
You have been counting the days for a year
You have always been here for me
And you always will be

You have always include me and treated me like you
And I have never had the time to say how much i thank you
You will always be my big sis
Even after this

I hope you enjoy your day
Because you have made it special in every way
It is perfect for me as it is for you
I hope this is like the fairy tale you once wished would come true

This day is special to both of us
And look everyone is here to make a fuss
You have always cared for me and treated me
But today is your day you will see

You're the princess you once wished to be
In that dress you're so beautiful to me
I hope everyone can see what you are to me
You're a big sister that is a bride to be

Through Our Ups and through our Downs
This Much Is True:
You're A Sister, My Sister
And I Will Always Love You!

Submitted: Monday, August 06, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 06, 2012

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