Letter to Santa Claus by Ann Wood

Dear Santa Claus, You are writing a grown-up child with unspeakable desires ... I've been hearing very much, Santa Claus and I want ... I want this year too, the angels who will light the Christmas star at home, sprinkle pollen on their way so that no bad a man, a terrible illness, or even a bad thought, can not get close to my home and touch his dwellers. I want the good people to be here long, not to go first. I want doctors and lawyers to be unemployed. I want the flowers never to wither. I want love to heal everything Now, not wait for Time to do her job. I want stars to always shine and show the way of lonely hearts to their star halves. I want compassion to be distributed in pharmacies against a prescription sealed with a kiss. I want mothers to cry with joy only. I want the bells to beat just for a holiday. I want candy to be filled with Cream Happiness!



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Written on 2018-12-19 at 17:20

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