Darlyn Castillejo



Sisters gone to be with him
Leaving me aside
Not even treated as a sister
more like a stranger,
but yet we are two
formed by the same blood,
one chose to betray
the other spitting secrets
only she knew of her,
laugh she did to see a tear dropp
from the eye of her sister
crawl down to hit the ground,
and see her heart break
but at the end she chose her lover
and saw her sister no more.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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  • Karen Sinclair (10/19/2012 2:53:00 AM)

    Sisters... we are all so different yet so similar... i had six and we all had different needs personalities strengths weaknesses...some are softer and compassionate and so it goes on... this reminded me very much of my younger days when we adored each other yet still managed to rile each other terribly... i lost my nearest one 2 years ago and would give anything for a good row with her now...i do hope you both sort out your differences and that when push comes to shove, no man becomes the dividing force...tyvm karen (Report) Reply

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