Melissa Stevens


Sisters


A sister is like a close friend
Who's support you and gives you advice
They cheer you up when you're down
Knowing you more than anybody else does
There might be times when you fight with your sister
But you didn't meant it and neither did she
They might not always be there for you
But they make time to visit you
You know you can trust them
You can talk to them with anything like problems you have
They sit down with you and listen to you
When you're around with them, you feel more like yourself
You're most talkative and outgoing with your sister than anyone else
When they move out the house, they still care about you
And also miss you
They might be busy with their life, doing other things
They might not be a perfect sister but you still love them anyways

Submitted: Friday, March 14, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Topic(s): friend


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