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Winter Wonder Land
Beautiful, beautiful, were the snow flakes,
As they swirled and fluttered down to the ground.
Warm and Cozy inside curled up by the fire,
A newly wed couple sat sipping hot chocolate,
On this fine Christmas night.
She snuggled closer to him,
Her head on his chest.
He lovingly kissed the top of her head.
They sat starring into each others eyes for a while.
Then reluctantly he got up from the couch,
And picked up his present for her.
As he handed it to her, a smile lit his face.
She got up and fetched her present for him
From under the brightly decorated tree.
And handed it to him a warm smile shinning on her face.
In his box to her were two tickets for a cruise to the Bahamas.
She squealed in delight.
And hugged him tightly and kissed him on the lips.
In her box to him, was a husky puppy.
On its head was a bright red bow,’
As the lid was opened it licked his nose.
He grinned in delight.
It was the puppy that he had been working with.
All day at work,
To find a family for the puppy,
And now it had one,
Right here in his own little house,
To be happy and well cared for.
He looked in the box again and found a little red collar.
Its tag read “Snowball,”
His eyes widened in surprise,
As that was the name he whispered
To the puppy every day,
Thinking that it would never be possible,
To call his own such a beautiful animal.
And here on Christmas day,
It came to be true.
A smile lit his already glowing face.
He kissed his lovely wife lovingly.
The puppy not wanting to be left out,
Licked their faces as they were kissing.
Laughing they drew apart.
And so was the first Christmas of a new couple,
Together for the first time as husband and wife.