The Next Morning

After the longest night of the year,
we waited quietly for the morning to come.
We held hands and sang lowly, in the cold,
our breath mingling in frosty fog.

We did not know the world had passed us by,
and so we waited, and waited, and are waiting,
still, for a sun that shall never rise.

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