This Poem was Submitted By: Molly Johnson On Date: 2002-01-15 02:35:46 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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The arc of your smile is a mile  wide and covers me. When we were kids the sun rose with  your shocking red hair and freckled shiver. You cranked until a good joke woke the wit in you. Then there was  no getting you to quit hiding in cupboards to scare laughs into our loud house. The ingrained grin  you gave my memory of family shines humor into my way of living. I notice the changes age has made to your deep smile creases; it pleases me to share laugh-line ribbons  and folds that tell how we stay  brother and sister.

Copyright © January 2002 Molly Johnson

Additional Notes:
For my big brother. Everyone should be so lucky!

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