Charity Buckley

Rookie (April 20th 1987 / Orangeville)

Christmas Eve - Poem by Charity Buckley

One christmas eve night
a girl was sitting on the street
see this girl was homeless
at the young age of sixteen

As the girl sits in front of the mall
she sees a lady walking towards the store
the girl decides to ask for change
but the lady decided to ignore

Again the girl asks for change
this time the lady says get away
shes not giving her money
no is what she has to say

she watches as the lady leaves
alone she sits in the snow
time slowly drifts by
as she watches wind flow

a couple of hours drag by
and soon the same lady walks out
she looks at the girl is disgust
Get away from the store! she Shout

the lady's friend walks by
so they soon begin to talk
not realizing where she's going
into the street the lady walks

As the girl watches
she sees the big truck
that lady would get hit
without much luck

The girl jumps up
pushes the lady out of the way
the girl saved the rude lady
Now the lady doesnt know waht to say

The girl was so kind
even after what the lady said
for the lady's life
this girl is now dead

One christmas eve night
a heroic girl took her life
got hit by a truck
to save that lady's life.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 11, 2010


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