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Aakash Solanki


Celebration of Christmas


Christmas is celebrated
With joy, pomp and grace
Christmas is celebrated
To mark earth's life's new phase

On this day we all
Exchange gifts and sweets
And wish everybody
A very-very, merry-merry happy Christmas

And Santa Clause, Aha!
What a nice fellow he is
Who gives children sweets and gifts
What a caring person he is

We all share happiness
With all our loved ones
But what about those poor people
Who are cared by none

So why don't we celebrate this Christmas
In a very different new way
By caring, giving, and loving poor people
And helping them in all ways

Submitted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Edited: Saturday, December 22, 2012

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  • Rookie - 700 Points Tony Karas (12/30/2012 7:25:00 AM)

    We do... we feed the hungry and clothe the poor... completely anonymously for we want no more then a hug as payment. (Report) Reply

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