(731) Christmas Eve Poem by Melvina Germain

(731) Christmas Eve

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Tis Christmas Eve with all the splendor of
Christmas lights gleaming through crystal
Glasses placed strategically among clusters
Of soft white cotton snow.

The room is filled with a scent of fresh pine,
Enjoyed by all who sit to dine
We reach our glasses in a toast to Jesus
And thank him for his grace
We celebrate this joyous Christmas Eve
with Jesus at the head of our table

Andrew mark Wilkinson 16 May 2007

Is it me or does christmas come earlier every year... its may and heres a christmas poem, oh well good poem.. Melvina

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Ernestine Northover 12 May 2007

A wonderful picture illuminated here, and a reminder of what Christmas is all about. A lovely family gathering to celebrate a divine birth. Love and hugs Ernestine XXX

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Esther Leclerc 12 May 2007

I really love the rhythm of the first stanza, the picture you set, all of it. The second stanza builds upon the first, deepening the meaning. Wonderful... Esther : ]

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David Harris 12 May 2007

Melvina I am certainly going to leave the Christmas Eve here with all its chaos and come to your house for something more serene. Lovely Christmas poem in May. It obviously came early this year and I missed it. Must have been too busy writing or something. Just loved this poem. Top Marks from me. Thanks for sharing it my friend. David

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Andrew mark Wilkinson 12 May 2007

All most makes me want some turkey...

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Melvina Germain

Melvina Germain

Sydney, Nova Scotia
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