Little sister, big sister, walls towering 10 feet tall,
tears to fall through the years like primal fears
shared through whispers under the weight of night,
a mountain of laughter to be tossed back and forth
and rewritten in anger later regretted and corrected
through the soft words and tenderness of siblings,
a recipe kept as secret as first kisses or spring dreams,
the chains as thick as bridges and as light as tomorrow.