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My Two Sisters

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Aimster
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My Two Sisters
By Amy Kennedy


The three of us its been from the start
The two of you make up my heart
For without you both
I dont know what I would do
Who would I laugh and cry with
To whom would I turn to

You both are more than my sisters
You're my best friends
You were there at the beggining
And I hope at the end
In the both of you
I see how great this world can be
In Lindas eyes, and in Lisas smiles
This and more is what I see

Rainbows of the most beautiful color
Cloudless skies of blue
A girl named Amy
Who would be so completely lost
Without the both of you

So as we journey through life
Never hesitate to lean on me
For we have a sisterhood from the heavens
This I know with my heart and soul
It's simply fate and pure destiny



 ~Live today as though it were your last but prepare for tomorrow as though it were here~




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you are my personal sunshine on this morn my dear...
this is priceless...a gift from your heart to your two sisters...you should frame this and give it to them.
perfect amy-girl
love ya, jm
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This is a beautifully touching poem for your sisters, Amy!  

Denise
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Amy~
what a beautiful poem, I hope you have shown this to them. Sisters are the most wonderful thing aren't they. I have one and we have had our moments but I would never change a thing for world.


 Keep all the windows of your mind open
Anne Rooks

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Amy~
You, Lisa and Linda are fortunate, indeed.
Enjoy the sistership ... for it is the greatest gift of love.
Beautiful sentiments from your heart.
Hugs to you all.
~*Marge*~


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