Elizabeth McCoy Kidd
For My Sis - Poem by Elizabeth McCoy Kidd
Even though we do not always get along,
we are family, to it we belong.
You are my sister; a better one could not be sought.
While growing up we always fussed and fought.
You see I always wanted to be just like you.
I wanted to do everything that you could do.
Through the years we have grown,
and we now have families of our own.
There is one thing that has remained true,
we will always be friends, I knew.
Through out the many years,
there has been laughter, joy and tears.
I'm really glad you are my sis.
so I'll end this now with a kiss.
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