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Christmas

T'was the night before Christmas And all through the house not a single noise could be heard For, you see, the only one up Had practise of being quiet even when she's screaming inside With hand over mouth, and tears streaming down her face She silently sobbed the night away The only festive colour running from her wrists The only thing she wanted for Christmas Was to be dead.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2013




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