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Author Name: Freewilliamgoldenpen 6 Comments
Date Added: July 30, 2005 08:07:42 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Joella-----My little Sister

When I was a child and all through life, I had an older sister,
we were never really close, and when I left home,
I never really missed her.

She was ok as sisters go, but we were always really apart,
For my mom she shone like the noon day sun, deep within her heart.

So I never really appreciated how precious a sister could be,
not untill the day came, when a new sister would be given to me.

I met her not two years ago, when I met my new family,
with a smile that would melt the coldest heart,
and a face as pretty as can be.

Her name is Joella and she has a heart of purest gold,
and I would come to love her as the weeks and months would unfold.

She accepted me as though, I had always been there,
she welcomed me in, fed me well, and a wonderful visit did share.

Joella and India are two sisters with a love that is honest and true,
and it is my joy and privilage, that I can share this love too.

India and I go to visit and she too comes to stay,
we share laughs together and she brightens up our day..

If I could pick a sister from all the sisters that there are,
non could hold a candle to her, for she is the best by far.

Some things in life it's true, come to us a bit late,
but you my little sister Joella, you were really worth the wait.

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Comment By: FreeThe Bag Lady on August 8, 2005 04:53:19 PM Report
What a special man you are, William, to expound upon your new sister within your life, Joella~ I trust that she was truly delighted that you felt as you have written~ I am glad that your lives have entwined~.....Great work, William...
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on August 7, 2005 11:56:36 AM Report
Comment By: FreeGlata on August 1, 2005 11:28:47 AM Report
How wonderful! I know this made her day...It would mine if it were written for me.
Hugs and wow!
Comment By: PremiumLindaM on July 30, 2005 10:56:32 PM Report
I am sure Joella will be honored by this
lovely tribute. It is a wonderful thing when
the family of the mate we love dearly becomes
like our own family. I dearly wish I could
have that kind of relationship with my husband's
family. I hope you give this poem to her
because I know she will love it.
Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on July 30, 2005 07:57:51 PM Report
Very nice write William. There is nothing to compare with family. U expressed your' feelings very well. They r blessed to have u for a brother, and u r blessed to have them for your' sisters. This is such a wonderful write. Will u adopt me as your' little sister? LOL...Hugz...Jillian
Comment By: FreeJessie on July 30, 2005 08:49:20 AM Report
aww this is beautiful wat a nice dedication for your sister once again i say this is beautiful i enjoyed reading this piece

always Jessie oxoxo


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