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Christmas Poems

very fitting poems for this time of year :)


A little child,

A shining star.

A stable rude,

The door ajar.

Yet in that place,

So crude, folorn,

The Hope of all

The world was born.

~Author Unknown~

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St. Nicholas in His Study


Winds through the olive trees

Softly did blow,

'Round little Bethlehem

Long, long ago.

Sheep on the hillside lay

Whiter than snow.

Shepherds were watching them,

Long, long ago.

Then from the happy sky,

Angels bent low,

Singing their songs of joy,

Long, long ago.

For in a manger bed,

Cradled we know,

Christ came to Bethlehem,

Long, long ago.

~Author Unknown~

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One is for the manger where Baby Jesus lay.

Two is for Mary and Joseph on that Christmas Day.

Three is for the wise men who brought three gifts of love.

Four is for the shepherds and angel songs above.

Five is for the animals who stood guard in the shed

Over Baby Jesus in His manger bed.

~Author Unknown~


The clock ticks slowly, slowly in the hall,

And slower and more slow the long hours crawl;

It seems as though today

Would never pass away;

The clock ticks slowly, s-l-o-w-l-y in the hall.

~Author Unknown~

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