Gomer LePoet

(Yoville, USA)

The Kings

The Kings

Have you heard the news, the Kings are coming
the drummer boy, he's doing his drumming,
it's the time of year, when we celebrate,
it will have to do, though it's the wrong date,
most people are smiling and humming carols,
shop, shop, shopping, reaching in barrels,
to find that perfect thing, for Bobby or Sue,
when searching our hearts is what we need to do,
If Muhammad, Jesus or Krishna is your King,
thank them all, for giving us voices to sing,
about the freedoms that they, gave to us all,
the hope and the joy, hearing our call,
bringing us out, out to the light,
removing us from the darkness of night,
for they gave their lives, so we could be free,
they started it all, they made others see,
so when we celebrate, this wonderful day,
let us not forget, how it got this way


Submitted: Friday, January 08, 2010

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