Reagan A. Latumbo
Brothers - Poem by Reagan A. Latumbo
I though I was the only one
Who will love by my father as his only son
But they were born not just once
We are all five brothers stick to one.
I remember the day
We used to play
Hide and seek on a sunny day
Until the sun is through the entire day.
The happiness that we shared
The laughters that we created
The sorrows that we experienced
They were all painted and not erased.
Three of us were born in July
Three of us have different styles
With different sports to try
And different knowledge to imply.
One was born in June
With caring voice and loudly tune
With humor mind that always shown
Making us laugh even when we mourn.
The last one was born in December
A spoiled one if I can remember
But lovable when it comes to us forever
A loving brother hoping to say it's now pr never.
I have known them for years
When they were little, I was the one who changed their diapers
Kidding aside but that's how I remember
Full of joys and laughters.
They never changed the way they treated me wholeheartedly
I am their eldest brother who loves them so dearly
Even though were half brothers from father bilogically
We were so close that everyone would envy.
Wherever you are, oceans and seas apart
I care for your well-being no one can depart
I love you my dear brothers
Just take good care of yourself, I am just here whenever you needed my part.
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