Clarence Prince

(September 14 / Jamaica W1)

The Three Wise Men


There were three wise men one night
All were laying low out of sight
And watching their flocks by night
When suddenly they had a great fright

As they were seated on the ground
Came light shone within the bound
An angel of the Lord came down
With glory shone as lights in town

Then came a voice that said fear not
The men listened and this they've got
A message determined each man's lot
To the ground right where they'd sat

While the angel hovered like a dove
Allured the men they looked above
Then in the sky they had seen a star
The brightest star ever seen by far

And then this they were told
For unto you a Child is born today
He is the Saviour Christ the Lord
They brought Him gifts and gold

Just hold...more to be told....

Submitted: Saturday, December 12, 2009
Edited: Saturday, December 12, 2009
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