Joined At the Hip

Joined at the hip are my sister and me,

If I tumbled off a ship I would grab her, and she would grab me.

Living on an island would not be so dreary,

For my twin sister would always be near me.

Sure I would miss the others of my family tree,

But at least I would not have lost the other half of me.

As one can see, we are never apart,

Because if we were, it would sure break my heart.

This poem is about: 
My family


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