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a sweet smile upon your young face
a mischievious glint in your eyes,
you're the most precious gift in my life
you make everything worthwhile.
your world is so simple and carefree
no worries or wonders about tomorrow.
your imagination is uncomparable, your love is not shadowed, your innocence is untainted.
you're so brave, so determined, and driven. tell me, what are your dreams and ambitions?
your fantasies are a wonderland, worlds of colorful flowers and mysteries of the sea,
of princesses and coloring books;
of blissful maps, warm hugs, and tender kisses;
of a playful game with a hyper furry friend and barbies and dress-up;
of morning cartoons and friends at school;
of gift-making and nail polish and of trying to sing along to songs you don't know.
you brighten my world , a ray of heaven-sent sun,
you're the best little girl in the world, and most of all,
you're my sister.