Note: I am always a learner.Christmas Eve
Christmas was coming to a poor city. All the trees and roofs were
beingcovered with thick snow.
Jam knew that his younger sister, Sam always wished to have a fried
chickeníschicken leg on the eve. She really had to wish for it because the two brotherssiblings were too poor. They were always hungry. The girl gotwas undernourished and imagined oflonged for food.
A long time
beforeago, their parents died in thea war. From an early age, Jam had a very hardworked hard in a coal mine to earn his living. He promised himself to bring a fried chickeníschicken leg tofor his younger sister when he returned homethis Christmas eve. So on the way back home, Jam spent almost all his salary to buy theone. The fried chicken ísleg was wrapped within paper around. It smelt so delicious that Jam believed that Sam would be very surprised and joyful to see it.
Suddenly, a beggar
near there robbedsnatched the hot chickenís leg from his hand. Jam ran after the beggar as fast as possible , seizing and tryingand tried to wrestle it againback from the beggar. While Tthey were scrambling for the foodleg, whenit accidentally dropped to the snow ground. The fried chicken ísleg got out of its paper and became dirty. So quickly didQuickly the beggar picked it up and runran away. Jam no longer followed him but had a regretful look on his face. He had lost the only present that he could afford tofor his younger sister.
Jam got home. He felt very surprised when Sam said:
_Brother, you see. The Santa Clause
hasalready came to our house. He gave me a fried chicken ísleg. That is.It is so delicious.
In fact, Sam
werewas holding a stone. She imagined it asto be a fried chicken ísleg. She was going to put it into her mouth when Jam shouted:
_Throw it away quickly. It is
onlyjust a stone. No Santa Clause 've comecame to our home.
He cried with painful tears and continued saying:
_ Iím sorry, my dear sister. I canít bring any fried chicken
íslegs for you. I can never become a Santa Clause to make your wish come trueÖ
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