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"A Christmas Wish"

Author: Ron Cole
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"A Christmas Wish"

A wish from our house
to your house
this special
of year

May your home
be blessed with
and lots
Christmas Cheer

May your
all be full
of gifts
and may
your hearts
be full
of love

And may
you and yours
be safe
and warm
from above.

Submitted on 2011-12-24 11:27:52     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  A very heart felt and immaculate wishes. Love is the most cherished thing in life.

I have posted few new poems. Check them please.
| Posted on 2012-01-28 00:00:00 | by Ramneet | [ Reply to This ]
  Lovely!! What a wonderful reminder of the real reason for the season...the divine gift of love!

To my own mind, Christmas has been overhyped since antiquity.
It's believed that early Christians created a holiday for their new religion that would incorporate pagan observances in order to swell the ranks of the faithful, and the date is not significant to the true faith.
I agree with this analysis. Nowhere in the gospels does Jesus ask the faithful to loose their flippin minds over the date of his birth.
After all, it was not the beginning of Jesus' life that was important, but the humble and selfless end.

Phooey to the manic whoopla over presents and decorations and all the trappings of this holiday! Leave the world behind and rejoice in peace and love with those who are dear to you!!

| Posted on 2011-12-24 00:00:00 | by latentlylyrical | [ Reply to This ]

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