nicky joyce

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My Aunt


My aunt to me is the greatest person in this world,
one in a million one to fix all hurt
She has the biggest heart with the most caring touch,
which she shares with me so very much

In my eyes, she will always be,
the most beautiful person you will ever see
she`s smart, amazing the life I know
no one that compares to her,
no one even comes close.

I appreciate all the advise she has given me,
The memories I will forever cherish forever
the way she use to flick the problems
Like they were tiny little feathers

On a high pedestal is where I hold her dear
for I admire her so much more than she will ever hear
Having her apart of my life is the greatest gift of all
Looking deep inside of her, I see that strong, wise woman I hope to become.

She is not only my favorite Aunt but she is my role model to
and to be like her, would be my only wish I ask to come true.

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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