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Aftab Alam

(15 th April 1967 / , , RANCHI,)

HAPPY-MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL


This morning I saw Lambs grazing,
Green Meadows amid the white peaks
Many kinds of birds on the brook
Rhyming with the water sound
And the Blue Robin with a twig
Playing with a lamb with its beak
A shimmering sun between the peaks
Laughing through strato cumulus
Seeing a lovely mirth of wings and peace
I was enjoying with their enjoyment
Lost in the praise of heaven via nature
Ah! , joys from up heaven like this fall!
I remembered and shouted into the void
HAPPY-MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013

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in advance I must say this be happy and be merry

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  • David Wood (12/16/2013 5:35:00 AM)

    May the joy of Christmas fill your heart and bring warmth to you and your family. (Report) Reply

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