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  1. Valerie

    • By Fernando Vazquez
    • Published: November 2009
    I Would Sell My Soul

    Although you were old and I was young, I still remember the laughter and fun. You were always there when I was down, trying to cheer me up like a silly clown. When ever I had a problem, I could go to you to talk. You'd console me and take me for a walk.

    Why did you leave and die. Everytime I think of you I sigh, but on the inside I desperately cry. Mother still cries at the sound of your name. I still remember the good times and all the games. I know you are in heaven and you are watching over me. You'll never come back to me no matter how much I plead. I loved you and you loved me, but I guess if you love something you have to set it free. Though you always fought with my other sister, you'd get over it, and always kissed her.

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  3. Not Yet

    • By Stephanie Robertson
    • Published: July 2010

    I had prayed to God
    Give her this month,
    A little more time
    That's all I ask...

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  4. Death Of A Sister

    • By Deborah M. Mitchell
    • Published: February 2006

    This Poem is dedicated to my beloved sister Crystal L. Holmes

    Death is a horrible thing
    It makes me feel like I'm going insane...

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  6. It Is Worth It

    • By Shena
    • Published: March 2008
    Death Of Pregnant Sister

    As the loss becomes real
    I stop waiting for it to be you on the phone
    But when the caller ID says your name
    And it is only your husband...

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