Miranda Will

(January,25,1994 / USA)

We are sisters, We are twins!


Three years ago you were the Freshman,
I was the Sophomore,
We connected like no one else ever has.

I know when you're sick,
You know when I'm hurt,
I know when you're upset,
You know when I need you most,
We are sisters, We are twins!

We never have to call each other,
We just KNOW!
I could be ready to jump off a cliff,
You would call me,

WTF would be the first words out of your mouth.
"What are you doing, I got a bad feeling all of the sudden? "
I would tell you and you would talk me out of it.
We always call each other at the perfect time.

We dress alike without even calling each other,
We know when the other needs us most,
We are the same,
We are sisters, We are twins!

Submitted: Friday, May 11, 2012
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