Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

The Christmas Miracle(The Story Of Seth And Amy) - Poem by Daniel Wittfoth

Seth fell in love with Amy
the moment she had walked into his life
Though, he didn't know that he loved her then
that wonderful feeling was not yet to come
until a few weeks later

Now it has been years since then
through the good times and yes, even the bad
From the precious moments of their yesterdays
to the hopes and dreams
they hold for every new tomorrow
Yet, they know it is true
time can be so uncertain

Right now, Amy is laying in bed
her eyes are closed to the rest of the world
She seems more beautiful than ever
and yet, she seems so distant
Amy's thoughts are torn and twisted
and Seth has held the hands of grief and fear
Amy has withdrawn into
some dark and sucure corner
of her mind's collections

She doesn't know that Seth is near
or how worried he has been for her
Maybe in a few moments
Seth will leave Amy's side
has hasn't had any sleep since the accident

He begins to move, yet he stops
Seth has gazed into Amy's eyes
a thousand times since the accident
Each time he hasn't seen any of that sparkle
nothing that he hasn't seen before

But now Amy's eyes are glistening
as she focuses directly
upon his tear streaked face
As tears tumble down her own

She reaches out for Seth with trembling arms
as he draws her up into his own
'Hold me! ' Amy softly cries out

Seth doesn't know if he should laugh or cry
as he holds her tightly
rocking her gently in his arms

A smile comes to his face
as he glances out the window
knowing his prayers have been answered

And a bright star races across the heavens
as Seth closes his eyes
and silently thanks the man above
For what has happened
on this special night

Down stairs in the living room
high on top a Christmas tree
A paper and plastic angel
begins to shine brightly also.....


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 11, 2008



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