Sister Poem

After many years of abusive relationships and very serious health problems, my sister never judged me and always showed she loves me. I am proud that I named my daughter after her because if my daughter grows up to be anything like my sister, I am even more thankful than I am now.

My Misfit Charlie

© Caroline
To My Sister-

When I was small I tried filling your shoes,
Not much has changed, it's what I still try to do.
As time has gone by I still see what I saw then,
Not only are you my sister, you are my friend.
We laughed and cried together with arms open wide,
When I lost who I was, you gave back my pride.
You are a part of me as the moon is to stars,
And always remember I am me because of who you are.

I love you,

Ba-Jo

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Published: Nov 2009

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