Niko Tiliopoulos

Xmas (For John Lennon)


Pretty you love
as you fall onto earth,
dancing and gliding like snow.

Lend me your ears
and I'll sing you the birth
that playing with magic will glow.

All of our dreams
are locked deep in our hearts,
waiting for a sign to explode.

Beauty and wonder
are gathered in stars
and Jesus is born like a poem.

Cold is now freezing
and nature seems old,
knowing her birds have far gone.

So this is Christmas,
remember the song,
shouldn't love have a place in us all?

Feel with your soul
and pray loud for the hope,
regarding all people as one.

Open your heart
and try cover with warmth
the hopeless and homeless around.

Scatter the sun
and share him with us all,
don't you know we're on your side?

It's up to our hands,
can't you see it pal?
the future and fate of mankind.

But don't leave you and
yourself for the end,
it's him that needs your heat first.

Well, this is Christmas,
remember the song
and help love find a place in us all.

Submitted: Thursday, November 09, 2006
Edited: Monday, December 05, 2011
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