Aisha Alansari

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Cousins Cousins Come and Go


When I don't know what to say..
When I need someone to play with..
Come my cousins.

Cousins cousins come and go,
They know when I need them just
Looking at me from head to toe,
Cousins cousins come and go.

Cousins are just like brothers and sisters,
We love them..
They love us!  
More than we must.

Cousins cousins come and go,
They're right here when I need 'em,
I'm always there when they need me,
We even closer than leaves of its tree.

They're amazing!  
They're fun!  
They're amusing!  

Cousins cousins come and go,  
You can't leave me..
I can't leave you..
Because without us together our lives will be colder than snow,
Cousins cousins come and go.

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, January 24, 2013

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I wrote this cuz I looove my cousins well some of them at least and that's the reason why i wrote it although we fight that's why I wrote the last paragraph that u can't leave me and stuff.. Hope u like it

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