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  • Writer's pictureDon Rearden

How She Came To Be --- a poem for National Sibling Day


the truth? I said the following: one kid is enough my argument, my resolve a mountain, unmovable nothing could change my position my life was complete an overflowing bucket like adding more blue to a blueberry we were done having kids then with one simple question the mountain crumbled, berry blued water splashed from the bucket our son would have a sibling she asked the following: what if you didn't have your sisters? 


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