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Connie Tallada

Rookie (November 19,1989 / Gigmoto, Catanduanes, Philippines)

This Christmas


The wind is blowing so coldly
So am I, I feel so cold
Christmas would be lonely and chilly
Without you here to hug and to hold

Away from you my beloved soldier
I will surely miss the Christmas cheer
How I wish you would be here
How I dream we could be together

I wish that Santa would listen to me
And bring you home this Christmas day
I wish He would grant my wish
And prioritize my christmas list

I'm wondering how Christmas would be
Far from you at thousand miles away
Would you be thinking of me too?
Would you wish the same wish also?

It would be very hard and unhappy
Without you here in Christmas day
But I don't regeret this life that we have
As long as I have your love

Your duty may separates us
And keeps you away this Christmas
But you'll always stay here in my heart
Distance will never make us part

I don't mind counting how many Christmas
While waiting for you to come back
I believe that there will be a perfect day for us
To celebrate the Christmas in our hearts

For now, I will kiss the wind for you
And ask the stars to watch over you
When you look up at the sky
Remember I'm staring at it too

©2009 CONICONZ

Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2009

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