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 Merry Christmas, Mom - Part VII Holiday Poems 12/2/2019
 Former Thanksgivings Short Stories 11/23/2019
 Arthenia's Birthday Birthdays 11/12/2019
 Red II Misc 11/11/2019
 Smoke Free - Part IV Inspirational Poems 11/3/2019
 The Death of Robert Forster Dedications 10/28/2019
 Capri/Paradigm Theaters Short Stories 10/26/2019
 72 Birthdays 10/18/2019
 If Video Games Were Like Crack Humorous Poems 9/27/2019
 You Ruined My Birthday Humorous Poems 9/25/2019
 I Love The Autumn Misc 9/23/2019

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Merry Christmas, Mom - Part VII

Lots of people all over the world will celebrate the Yuletide.
This will be the seventh Christmas that has come around since you died.
We celebrated many Christmases together but we'll never do that again.
Christmas is a time for peace on Earth and goodwill to all men.
It was nice that we celebrated Christmas while you were here.
But during the Christmas of 2012, I didn't know the end was near.
If we could spend this Christmas together, it certainly would please me.
But that isn't possible and Christmases aren't as good as they used to be.
On Christmas Day, people should be with their families.
When we celebrated Christmas, it was always sure to please.
A person is never truly gone if he or she is somebody who people remember.
You'll be with me in spirit even though I'll be alone on the 25th of December.
When you died at the young age of 64, it was hard for me to understand it.
Merry Christmas Mom, you were one of the greatest mothers on the planet.

[Dedicated to Agnes Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away on March 6, 2013.]

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