Dianne jennifer Stephens

Rookie (30.9.1961 / Australia)

Little Sister - Poem by Dianne jennifer Stephens

I never really new you, as you left when i was two
So sad, I can not even picture you
God had other plans for you
I guess he needed you

Imagine the things we could of done,
Played skipping rope, hand ball and netball to
Being older I would of won of cource

Even though there are four of us still here
The fifth is still very near
Little sister you will always be a part of us

God always takes the best
Heh you didnt have to win that quest

But for now, my little sister
In heaven, an angel sits and waits for me
Lets play these games now
The winner is best out of three

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 20, 2006

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