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Christmas Pray

In this Christmas month
I pray....
It's not for gold and diamond
But a small house with a beautiful garden
Let me able to buy them for him
Daddy of my little son
I want to give him back his pride
Lord, the feeling about love that i feel is different now
Love that i feel is giving
If i feel unlucky about love
I don't want him also feel unlucky to have me
I have nothing to prove
Because i can't prove anything and
I don't want to prove anything
I only have wish, dream and love
I will keep trying to clean my sin
Because everything i do now is only for love
Let them feel lucky to have me as a wife and mom
I try to be brave and not to cry
Even though, my heart feels shacking
Lord... Let me have this dream and wish become so real
Happy Birthday... My Lord Jesus

Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009
Edited: Monday, December 21, 2009
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