Sisters, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

SistersThe Letter, John Morgan (1875)

Sisters

Mutual sperm and eggs created both
Though we are different as if untrue
Yet early on we took important oath
To be joined by something stronger than glue

We are only parted by varied age
Becoming less important as we grew
No longer see my sister as a sage
Now borrowing when she buys clothing new

There are many times when oath became weak
Especially when eyes fell on same male
For periods of time havoc would wreak
In the end friendship would always prevail

In just a day my best friend shall marry
Yet loving sisters we’ll forever be

 

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