Another Christmas Without You - Poem by bobby beddoe
Another Christmas without you this December,
Makes seven years you were called up by our Redeemer.
Thought about asking for transfer;
Then, I would climb Jacob’s ladder,
And come up so we could spend Christmas together!
As a last resort, I checked out ‘Google Sky’,
Looked for you or at least gave it a try,
Scanned the universe dimension,
But barely scratched its expansion,
So, back to that transfer – I’ll for it apply!
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