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Yes Virginia

Written by Francis P. Church

Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus
By Francis P. Church, first published in The New York Sun in 1897.
[See The People’s Almanac, pp. 1358–9.]
We take pleasure in answering thus prominently the communication
below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its
faithful author is numbered among the friends of The Sun:

You Can Have My Room

Written by Unknown

It was the typical Christmas pageant.
Miss Lumbard was trying to assign all the children
to their appropriate roles.

The Christmas Kitty

Written by Unknown

I once was a cuddly kitten,
But now I am a stray,

'Cause when I was no
longer fluffy, They sent
me on my way.

A Dozen Christmas Roses

Written by Unknown

Bobby was getting cold sitting out in his back yard in the snow.
Bobby didn't wear boots; he didn't own any and he didn't like
them anyway. The thin sneakers he wore had a few holes in
them and they did a poor job of keeping out the cold.


Written by Shirley Medlin Pace

Shirley Medlin Pace @1960sparkey

My only child, Mike, was killed in a hunting accident at the age of twenty-three,
November 26, 1983, two days after Thanksgiving. I wanted to die. Death
snatches your joy and happiness. Death fills every waking moment and
becomes your bedfellow at night. In the end, love wins and life goes on.

From the Book I am writing The House That Mike Built.


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