Brother's Birthday


  Well I guess you never thought you'd

make it to old age.

  At least, considering your temper,

you aren't locked in a cage.

  You have plenty of life left

to look forward to.

  Let's hope it's not. all over again,

deja voo.

  You were a hellraiser as a teen and 

to your sister you were sometimes mean.

  Hopefully you've grown enough to realize

your family loves you as we do.

  We wish you would think of each day

as a way to start your life anew.

  You're still a handsome man

even when you're all down.

  Maybe what you need, with a woman,

is a night on the town.

  • Author: Charlotte Wiggins (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: October 12th, 2023 02:14
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this for my brother's 60th birthday today.
  • Category: Special occasion
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