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Happy Ending

                                                        Happy Ending

                                              On a quiet tree lined street
                                              A 3 year old living in squalor.

                                        Never outside ,no one knew he was there.
                                      Mother left  grandmother to see to his care.
                                     One old and sick dog left outdoors , saved him
                                               because one person cared. 
  
                                    No one saw or heard the  19 live  and dead animals
                                                 at the end ,found inside.
                                            Grandmother taken to hospital.
                                       Child now thriving , happy in foster care.


                                              Mystic Rose ,The Good News Paper Contest
                                                                  True story 
                                              Anne Rutherford 11/19/14.
                                 

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  1. Date: 10/24/2014 8:48:00 AM

    It brings tears to the eyes dear, Anne. Thank you for sharing. Fortunately there are good people everywhere that do God's work but no one seems to care to listen for people care only for the dramatic and cruel! God bless you my, dear Anne!
  1. Date: 10/19/2014 7:19:00 PM

    Good true story to use for the contest!! It is really hard to find good news these days, isn't it?

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