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"Christmas" is obviously a poem about Christmas time, and although it's out of season I'd like to submit it now, otherwise I'll lose it before next year.
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Christmas is a season
Of hope and joy and love.
It is the time that Jesus Christ
Descended from above.
The snowflakes fly and wind is chill;
Tree lights twinkle and shine.
The carols are sung and all on earth
Await a grace divine.
A special star shines in the sky,
Brighter than either moon or sun -
Leading us to Bethlehem
To see God's will be done.
And Jesus shines brighter than anything;
He's the brightest light of all.
He came to earth to save our souls
And help us when we fall.
At Christmas time we celebrate
Our Savior Jesus' birth.
I'm certainly glad that God sent him
as a baby to this earth.
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