Do you recall the time I borrowed your new bike and scratched it all up?
I figured you would pound me, but you did not.
Do you recall the time you caught me skipping school to go to the baseball game?
I thought for sure you would tell Mom and Dad, but you did not.
Do you recall the time I broke the window at the community center and you had to pay for it?
I figured you would take my allowance to cover the cost, but you did not.
Do you recall the time we went camping and I forgot my tent?
I thought you would make me sleep in the dirt all night, but you did not.
Do you recall the time I started a fight with those big guys and you had to come and save my butt?
I figured you would leave me there to get what was coming to me, but you did not.
Yeah, there were a bunch of things you did not do.
But you were always there to look out for me, to guide me, and to love me.
Now there were tons of things I planned to do to make it all up to you when you returned from deployment in the Middle East.
But you did not.
MORAL OF THE POEM: We must show love for our worldly brothers and sisters while they’re still here to be loved. Because tomorrow they may not be. So let’s all do it now.
How To Be A Great Brother (Poem)
– Written by Motivational Joe