Jennie Renee Sparrow

Veteran Poet - 1,916 Points (November 8th / Tahlequah, Oklahoma)

A Brother's Promise - Poem by Jennie Renee Sparrow

A Brother's Promise

It took me a while,
Thinking of the words to say,
To make you both smile,
As my thoughts are of you both today.

It is an unknowing world that we live in,
But I will give you this one last promise,
Though you both are very strong women,
I know that I will forever deeply be missed.

Just know that this isn't the end,
We have so many memories,
Where do I even begin,
Good, bad, happy, sad of you both and of me.

I will always be a part of your world,
Never wanted to leave like this without saying goodbye,
I watched you both grow up from being little girls,
Thinking about it myself brings tears to my eyes.

But when you think of me and start to get sad,
Think of my silly stupid crazy smiling face,
Just remember all the great times we had,
Because I am now in the most wonderful place.

Hope you both know how much I cared,
From the secrets of our pinkie promises,
Throughout our childhood times shared,
All the laughs, pranks, arguments, and Eskimo kisses.

Lots of heart and soul memorabilia,
Of my sisters Chrissy and Dessa.

I know a part of you is missing now,
I can't tell you why or even how.

I do not have all the answers either,
What matters is that I was blessed to have you both as my sisters.

I have left behind memories without regret,
Looking forward to a new life I haven't seen yet.

Think of me as I will be thinking of you,
As Superman hovers in the sky as I watch over you both too.

I send lots of hugs, smiles, and love,
While I soar through the skies above.

I love you both as I leave with a hug and a kiss,
Until next time my sisters I promise.

Topic(s) of this poem: memoriam

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written for Chrissy and Dessa for the passing of their brother James Milne.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2015

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