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Graduation

I know I haven’t talked to you much.
We both are busy the only time we have is lunch.
I plead to spend time just you and me.
Hanging with you makes me feel free.
Even though we’ve had our fights in the end we see the light.
You have been such a successful woman; I can’t believe you are human.
Remember those days me and Erin acted so cool?
Well to be honest we were just following you.
You made my nightmares go away.
Then I’d wake up at 5am feeling dreadful, but glad to see you every day.
You’ve been there for me through thick and thin; like a roller coaster we are in.
Then you graduated high school glowing you were beautiful too.
I actually shed a tear or two.
You have given me advice, and I have taken it more than twice.
Now you leave just Erin and me, but we think about you every day of the week.
You have artistic ability and creativity, while Erin and I have activity.
You never stopped believing in us once.
You always had confidence and trust.
We are all sisters 1, 2, 3… you, Erin, and me.
Look out world because here we come stylish and having fun.
Tears of pain, tears of joy
We are the Brunkala sisters no one can destroy!

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  1. Date: 3/14/2011 4:22:00 AM
    I would like to welcome you to PoetrySoup Lindsey. Please keep writing and sharing your poetry. Enter and enjoy some of the contests and I wish you the best in them. Love, Carol