Author: Webster


Dear Santa Claus,

My brother Franky (who can't
write at all) would like a new
blanky, his has a big hole. My
sister Susanne (who is too shy
to ask) would like a new dress
so the school kids won't laugh.
Mommy could use a nice cooking
pot - the bottom's all round on
the one that she's got. A nice
pair of shoes for Dad would be
neat, looking for work is hard
on his feet. The money I saved
will be right on the table. I
know you are real and not just
a fable.

------- Author's Notes -------

Notice that Cindy asks nothing for herself.


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joyce ivy ( -- Sunday, December 12 2004, 06:55 pm


yes Webster I be unselfish is worth all the rewards cindy will receive...great poem..thanks for sharing..
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