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A Cold Winter's Night
The cold wind ravages the world outside,
Rain and hail with my house collide.
But luckily, I am inside.
A gold and red dragon warms the room,
And I think about a scrumptious dinner soon.
Roast chicken and potatoes and veggies galore,
A book and a blanket; how could I want more?
But when I looked at the window and to the world outside,
My dear, I tell you, I almost cried!
When I think of all that I possess,
I have to remember that many have less.
So when your day takes a turn for the worst,
Remember, my dear, that another’s is always worse.