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Rudolph The Red Nosed Wino

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Rudolph the red nosed wino,
Had a very shiny nose,
And if you got too close to him,
He would take off his clothes.
All of the other winos,
Used to laugh and call him names,
They never let poor Rudolph,
Join in any wino games.
Then one chilly Christmas Eve,
Rudolph froze to death in an alley.
End of story.
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  • v MRE1956
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    1242 days ago
  • v DESERTDREAMERS
    Every year we wonder which of our homeless, substance abuse Veterans will end up as "vet-cicles".

    I liked your story! (We're gonna burn in Hell, Anne)
    1242 days ago
  • v MIDNIGHTER1
    Sadly,my absolute favorite uncle died the same way.On the side of his apartment.One of the worse tragedies of my life. Alcohol will do this type of thing.
    1252 days ago
  • v FITANDFIFTY2
    Oh my ... sad story. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
    1252 days ago
  • v WALLAHALLA
    snort tee hee giggle giggle
    1252 days ago
  • v ALICIA214



    Oh Dear... That is a very sad story. And unfortunately all to true no matter how hard
    we try to help. A few years ago a homeless lady burnt to death..she lit a candle in her
    cardboard shelter and it caught on fire.. the sad part of that story is she refused to go to
    a shelter because she was afraid someone would steal her poor little treasures... that
    has changed now they are allowed to keep their belongings with them.
    It is my devout wish to see all homeless people housed properly whether it be care for
    those with mental health problems or affordable housing for those able to look after themselves........ One Day.!
    1252 days ago
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