BIRTH OF BIRTHS; MERRY CHRISTMAS

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A christmas, classic poem that describes the atmosphere, significance and short but complete sumary of this historic event.

  BIRTH OF BIRTHS; MERRY CHRISMAS!

Large and small coned -shaped trees,

Dressed with all sorts of deco’s imaginable,

Alluring lights blinking to all sorts of lights imaginable,

With physical and sentimental gifts under these trees:

 

 

Innumerable, incredible aromas purging the air of sins,

The sad forgetting their grief and hoping for the better,

Children all expecting a magical visit from Santa,

Lovely smiling children with great toys and balloons:

 

 

Ging; ging; sounds coming from castles,and temples churches .

Fireworks announcing angles in communion with great carols

Angelic voices shouting halleluiah to angelic carols

Alluring, gentle and soul seeking rhythms as torches:

 

 

Birth, reunion, reconciliation, rebuilding of families,

Immortal Christmas carols melodiously melting hearts,

Softening and causing blood to flow again in stoned-hearts,

Crowned with feasting and joy-kicking within hearts, within families:

 

 

Gentle, authoritative and alluring voices of men of God,

From pulpits, proclaiming and reiterating the great story,

The king, who thousands of years ago, came to the world’s story,

The exceptional story of the king of kings who came as a Lamb of God:

 

 

The lamb that washed away the sins of the world,

The lamb that was prophesied years before then,

The lamb who still reigns years after then,

The lamb acting as the saving key for the world:

 

 

The king who made himself a sacrificial lamb,

Like an endless pool, he has everlasting life,

With endless grace, he gives everlasting life,

All the world has to do is stretch to the lamb.


Submitted: December 21, 2010

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