Dark Night Of Miracles

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
Not every one is happy on day of Christmas so when you celebrate think for a minute are you worth that celebration

Submitted: December 18, 2011

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Submitted: December 18, 2011




This night is so cold why every one is smiling. Small orphan asks himself while walking trough streets of Christmas night. How is this night any different from others I’m still hungry still cold still alone. People keep passing nobody looks. Child cries if you call this night of miracle some one bring miracle in this night of mine. How can you eat such extravagant dinners after ignoring starving? How can you sing sitting warm near fire places after ignoring freezing? Sacred night I keep hearing yet none of you done anything sacred in your life. How is it that I who lives from polishing shoes for peace of bread never taking anything that’s not mine and sleeping where nobody see so I wouldn’t be nuisance have to suffer on the night of miracles. When those that steal and do nothing can celebrate. I’m tired so tired this cold is taking my strength child cries out as he falls in the pile of snow. O This is so soft I can’t feel anything but this softness mother, father I see you soon in the place of miracles.


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