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The lonely girl

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A lonely girl.
She walked down a snowy path.
Nowhere to go.
She was freezing from the cold.
A light.
She walked towards the cottage.
A window.
She peers through it.
A tear drop.
She cried,upon seeing what's inside.

A family of three was celebrating Christmas.
They looked so happy,something inside her just burst.

A photograph.
She gazed at it fondly.

"Mum..Dad...",she whispered hoarsely.
"Why have you stopped loving me..?"

Walking away.
She continued her journey to nowhere.
Looking up.
She said,"God..please take me away.."
Pale lips.
She was getting weak.
Falling down.
She collapsed onto the ground.
Her last words.
"Thank You..God..." as she closed her eyes.
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