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Sinigdha Biswas


The Day She Was Born


I remember so vividly the day you were born
That day seemed like it would never end
I prayed you would come to the world safe
and I prayed my mother would come with you
I prayed and I prayed
The first time I held you in my arms
I felt the power of a sister bond
your face glowed with a divine light
the prints on your palms were delicately printed
there were soft stroked of curly black hair decorating your tiny head
When you opened your dark brown eyes
I then realized who I was holding in my arms
My sister, own sister
my little sister
On that day I vowed
to protect you with all my life
to provide you with life
and to be with you all throughout my life..

Submitted: Friday, November 30, 2012
Edited: Saturday, December 01, 2012

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This poem is based on the what I felt the day of my little sisters birth. I dedicate this to her and she is my inspiration to this poem.

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