No One Said Life Is Fair
It was the day before Christmas, nineteen forty-six, in the stump of the bombed out city of Munich, Germany. Ten year old Anna was being rudely shaken awake by her mother.
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A real life story at Christmas time.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, December 13 2004, 04:22 pm|
so sad to think that this was ever possible....ans to think of the poor child...as i kept reading a tear drop escaped from my eyes...poor Annna..to have had to live a hard life..especially at a time when children shoud show off their cheer and their glow.....( i have never seen Christmas thru the eyes of a child through such sadness) tears my heart...i dislike the idea of thinking what the rest of her life was like..i just hope that as she got older things became better for her...did they????
thank you for sharing your heart.....
|webster7 (22.214.171.124) -- Sunday, March 13 2005, 02:02 am|
She is now my wife and she is fine. Many sad memories but even more good ones.
|Terrie* (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, March 13 2005, 03:01 am|
now that is a beautiful testimony. as i am sure many good memories followed as she became your wife.. i just love happy endings..i wish i had one as great as yours to share...God Bless you and Anna...Terrie*
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