Annie Juliet

Rookie - 22 Points (11-06-1987 / India)

If.... Sister

If I were you real sister
I would have been the first who touched your tiny feet when you were born
If I were you real sister
I would have thought you how to play and walk
If I were you real sister
The first word that came out of your mouth would be “Akka”
If I were you real sister
I would have carried you everywhere
If I were you real sister
I would have known your friends
If I were you real sister
I would have been you best friend in your ups and downs
If I were you real sister
I would have been the first person to know your love
If I were you real sister
You would have look up to me for everything
It is not real.. 
May be if it was real we would have been fighting pulling our hair (like many other do)
Thought we are not real sister’s we may be reel sister’s with loads of love..

I wish u a wonderful Happieeeeee B’day …..
May God bless you abundantly – the below is the verse for ya…
Thou shalt also be a crown of glory in the hand of the LORD, and a royal diadem in the hand of thy God. Is: 62: 3

Submitted: Saturday, March 29, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 03, 2014

Topic of this poem: sister

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I found a sister named Diana..who is not my real sister.. this is for her on her B'day

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