The Lights

Resler, Sara
January 2004
Teen Ink;Jan2004, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p23
This article presents the author's experience in wandering within her neighborhood at night during the Christmas season. It describes how the houses look like as their windows are covered by snow. She was impressed at the beauty of Christmas tree in each house. But the most beautiful sight she saw was a Menorah candle light that stood alone inside a house.


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