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I wrote this poem for my younger sister, when she was really sick three months ago. I never gave it to her. She died February 26th 1999 at the age of 36. I only hope she knew how much I loved her.
In Memory of
Suzanne Marie Glover
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The Love Of A Sister
If love could change the way things are
you would live forever and go so far
You'd know that I am always there
That I'll always love you, I'll always care
But love can't change the way things are
Or stop your pain or mend your scars
I hope that love can let you know
Not to give up or ever let go
Even when you're not in sight
You're in my thoughts day and night
Love is what will keep you there
And make me thankful for all we share
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