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TWO CHRISTMAS POEMS

by Jacqueline Ives (Age: 79)
copyright 12-16-2012


Age Rating: 13 +

CHRISTMAS

 

Jesus – Saviour,

born in a manger,

born now in me:

hide from danger eternally

the Christ-child Saviour.

 

Silently fleeing into Egypt,

hide the young one

till he be grown,

lest men reject the new-born Saviour

dwelling in thee.

 

 

CHRISTMAS RAFFLE

 

At the sale I won

a dolly for my son.

He – thrilled – shows everyone.

I wonder if they’re poking fun

- but Dolly’s better than a gun.

 

 







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        04-01-2013     Mike Farr        

TWO CHRISTMAS POEMS
By Jacqueline

In days of old when men were providers,
By the Sling or by the Gun,
A table of not just fruit,
But of MEAT,
Boy be boys,
Girls be girls,
Although I find some good tidings in your words,
Iím not in tune with that dolly thing,
This to me is training out the man hood of men to be,
NO SIR!!!
I DO NOT AGREE WITH THAT DOLLY THING,




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