charlie bones

(24th April 1997 / England)

A Christmas Wish


Every christmas I get asked what I want,
Every year this question haunts,
Hanging over me,
All I want is to be free,
No more worries,
No more lies,
No more keeping it inside,

A christmas wish this year is what I wish for,
As i walk along the sea shore,

I don't believe in father christmas,
But I do believe in a christmas miracle,
One that doesn't come from above,
A shooting star,
We've come so far,
From where he left use,
Empty and bear,
Making us wish we weren't there,

I make my christmas wish,
Upon a shooting star,

Submitted: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Edited: Thursday, December 06, 2012
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