Christmas Poem


Maxine Aldinger


Merry Christmas

Mary’s Child, so sweet and so small

Everyone’s Savior, born in a stall

Remember, there was no room in the Inn

Rejoicing, the shepherds would be free of their sins

Your voice now raise in praise and gentle hymns 

Christ was born to save us all

Happy are we, wether Peter or Paul

Praise may have been blooming  that sweet winter’s night

In that holy city He came, and filed it with light

Sparkling stars shone down, one led the way

Three wise men, in search, by night and by day

Many years have gone by, we now celebrate

A commemoration of His birth, our hearts we dedicate

Steadfast love, Lord, like yours may we always perpetuate


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