Lori Triggs

(May 2 1967 / Middlesex General Hospital In New Brunswick)

Christmas Dreams


Christmas Dreams
By Lori Triggs
Copyrighted December 19 2009

I wish for Christmas,
a full breed female pug or Yorkshire terrier dog.

I wish for Christmas,
new underwear with warm pajama's.

I wish for Christmas,
to get a single family home not in a gated community
that is stainable off the grid with 4 sided stone wall 10 feet high gated.

I wish for Christmas,
for peace on earth in every country and
good will to people to around the world.

I wish for Christmas,
for love to give everyone who is good or bad
in every country around the world.

I wish for Christmas,
for food to feed every country all the people all around the world.

I wish for Christmas,
for free healthcare for everyone in the world.

I wish for Christmas,
for climate change to be fixed
so everything go back to normal and healthy,
no green house gases, c02 admissions or
deforestation even deoceaned plus sinking Islands from melted glaciers.

I wish for Christmas,
A Merry Christmas.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 22, 2009

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