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Poetry

Poetry Sunday: Yes, Virginia . . .

By Women's Voices For Change
In 1897 an 8-year-old girl beseeched Frank Church, an editor at "The New York Sun," to answer her truthfully: "Is there a Santa Claus?" His decisive opinion, published as an editorial in his paper, is as poetic and as enduring as anything we could offer on this Sunday before Christmas.
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Family & Friends · Lifestyle

Santa’s Cadillac

By Julie M. Danis
Santa opened the trunk of the Cadillac and removed the presents. I watched him from my bedroom window, looking down through the branches of the big oak tree that was home to the flying gray squirrel. I was supposed to be asleep, but it was Christmas Eve, and a bright moon lit up my room and Santa’s sleigh. So that’s…
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