Big Bro Express

Poem By Daniel Murphy

Many years your senior
Though don’t act much older.

I have many a tendency
To be a lot bolder.

When you have the remote
I want it too.

I’ll stick out my tongue
And show you my food.

When you want the toilet
I’ll stay in there longer.

You can’t open the door
Coz I’m a lot stronger.

I shove you on the stairs
As you try to get by.

It’s just a bit of fun
I’m not going to lie.

You’re a sucker for punishment
And I’m glad to oblige.

Happy to take you
On your big brother voyage.

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