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Cousins Are Our Siblings 
once Removed Post by :nceea Category :Poems Author :Nicholas Gordon Date :May 2012 Read :577

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Cousins Are Our Siblings once Removed

Cousins are our siblings once removed,
Our relatives without the complications.
Unsatisfying as some friends may prove,
Sweet cousins are the purest of relations.
In cousins there's a friendship of the blood.
No friends can share such natural vibrations,
So long requited, honest, rich, and good.

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