Reagan A. Latumbo
My Sister, My Nephew And My Niece - Poem by Reagan A. Latumbo
I saw you my little sister when you were born,
You were the inspiration to us, your dear brothers even when during the day we mourn.
You have grown up so fast that time cannot let it turn.
Missing you is all that I can say though days have gone.
Angel is what we call your nickname,
You are a jolly, sweet little girl, we are not ashamed.
I prayed that you continue loving Mama,
I know it hurts you because you never saw Papa.
Lance, my nephew, you look like your father, my brother.
I know that you are sometimes sick but I prayed that you can surpass it like no other.
Your father and mother loves you dearly,
Just be good to them and don't let them become angry.
Laurence, my newborn nephew, you are another God's gift.
Gift that even your father wants him to cradle you in his arms,
But even if he is far away, he never fails to communicate even during his shift.
I am praying that you and I will meet, so I can kiss you in your forehead, not just in my dreams.
Koleen, my niece and your newborn brother, my nephew, I haven't seen you for awhile,
But I know deep inside, your father work hard, even if he is tired.
There are times that they both want to give up, but both your smile,
Gives them a reason of hopes to smile, to give you life, be there at your side.
I am not always there at your side,
I am far away from all of you, miles and miles apart,
My prayers are there for good health and successful life,
And my love for all of you will never be fade or depart.
I love you all my nephew and my niece!
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