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Plus Also She Made Snacks

I learned to read and write at three Because my sister tutored me She learned to ride a bike and swim And asked the world, How ’bout him? She blazed the trail we both would tread Taught vectors from her … Continue reading

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So Gibt

Ich habe eine Schwester Aber, ach, kein Bruder. I could tell you what that means, But not to would be ruder.

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Infantasy

I’m the youngest in my clan Except for those I’m older than, Like both my baby sisters, plus Dmitri, Stanley, Juan and Russ. And don’t forget Pascal and Roy And Scooter…I’m the youngest boy, I should have said. The girls … Continue reading

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Sibling

A sibling’s like a built-in friend (Albeit one who won’t go home) As quick to torment as defend A confidant with whom to roam A teacher, mentor, guide and tutor Interlocutor and scold The us-against-the-world rooter By whom on you … Continue reading

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25 To Life

A – An Anniversary! B – Boy, this is hard. C – Can I start over, please? D – That’s for Discard. E – Excitement Everywhere! F – Fine Family Fun! G – Good Golly, Galbreaith clan H – Have … Continue reading

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Supersib

I love to read; my sister taught me how I love to swim; she made me join her class When I was called a thief she had a cow Marched into band and kicked the teacher’s ass When we both … Continue reading

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In the Underbridge (Part XVII)

(Continued from Part XVI) “I’ve heard of those games,” Fletcher said. “Those Olympics Were where that guy Michael Phelps beat did his swim tricks With something like seven gold medals, or so. Michael Spitz was his name, I think, wasn’t … Continue reading

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