(Erica E. Good
They fight like siblings everywhere.
I used to reprimand,
But now I let them settle it;
I’ve come to understand.
No matter how loud they might get,
When “push” might come to “shove,”
My oldest two will soon show me
How deep and true is love.
For though these two might argue and
Each claim the other’s ‘mean’,
Nobody else had better try
To ever come between.
They fuss like cats and dogs, but then,
They soon forget who’s right,
If someone hurts just one of them,
They’ll instantly unite.
How wonderful is loyalty
That never ever ends;
For certain they both know inside
That they’re forever friends.