Treasure Island

Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

The Date Of Christmas DaY


The Date Of Christmas DaY
A.D.Four plus thirty-three= A.D.Thirty-seven.
The millineum year Two Thousand Thirty Seven has not yet occured.
Inn mye humble opinion never will it ever bee.
Iff Christ was born in September Thirty-Seven,
we should have Christmas on September Three.
December TwentY-fifth is the dead works day of druids.
They still dance the maypole day in May.
May ONE could be the birthday of GODS son.
The time is tricky anyway after more than a few years.
Everything gets blurry after way too many beers.
The moral of this story just accept that it was done.
This Christmas try to worship on December Twenty-One.
Drink less eggnogg and have more FUN.
On this millineum day in Nineteen Fifty-Four;
Eye was not yet one year Young.

Submitted: Sunday, December 17, 2006
Edited: Saturday, December 11, 2010
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  • Allan James Saywell (12/17/2006 4:36:00 PM)

    does it really matter when christ was born just celebrate the day history will take care of itself

    Merry christmas

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