Sister Love - Poem by Simone Otto
I love my sister dearly,
For she is family,
But then I said something,
Which broke the camels back.
The lightning struck the tree,
With such force it lit up the land.
She turned and snapped at my heels,
As I ran for my life.
She was like a dragon,
Breathing fire down my neck,
And then she calmed down,
And burst into tears.
It looked like crystals rolling,
Rolling down her face.
I went over to comfort her,
My dearly, loving Sister.
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