More Than DNA

To be part of a family, you don’t have to have the same DNA,

You might’ve looked after someone each and everyday.

Doing what you do and all you did that was good,

It doesn’t make a difference if you don’t have the same blood.

You’ve always been there, right from day one,

You were treated more like a daughter or a son.

Friendships are made as the years go by,

It just becomes natural and you don’t have to try.

If you bring a smile to someone’s face,

It’s like winning the gold when you’ve run a race.

You’ve included another person into your clan,

They’ve become an extra grandad or a special gran.

Love is what’s bonded you all in the same way,

It had nothing to do with the initials DNA.

by Debbie Williams

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