Denise Clark

Rookie - 35 Points (March 14,1975 / Columbus, Ohio)

The Love Of A Sister - Poem by Denise Clark

My little baby brother
Born the last of three
March 16th,1976
That's what that date would be

Alot of bad decisions
We have both made our share
No matter what the outcome
For each other we were always there

We have always tried to help each other
Do what ever we could
We have always maintained a relationship
Like brothers and sisters should

Through the birth of my oldest child
Through the death of your son
We have managed to hold it together
Still make time for fun

Although the memory of Kobe
Has not yet faded away
We have managed to stay strong
To make the best of each day

If I had the choice
To pick who was to be my brother
I would pick you
I would not want any other

We often live our lives
Our feelings never expressed
This is to tell you 'I LOVE YOU'
It is how I express myself best

The next time you feel sad
Like you're alone in this world alone
Just dial ten little digits
I'm sure I'll be at home

Just always remeber one thing
We may not always agree
But the unconditional love of your sister
Well that's for all ETERNITY

To my little brother Matthew Kane Clark ' I LOVE YOU'

Comments about The Love Of A Sister by Denise Clark

  • (2/28/2008 4:02:00 PM)

    I know I already left a message, but atfer reading it again after so long you made me cry, dang it! I feel the better writings make you feel an emotion and if crying isn't one I don't know what is. Thanks for sharing this wonderful peice of work! (Report) Reply

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  • (2/1/2006 10:18:00 AM)

    Beautiful tribute to love. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  • (1/31/2006 3:29:00 PM)

    This is such a great poem and you share your loving soul with this. Your poetry moves me love you so much (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2006

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