Thursday, March 22, 2012

Christmas Comments

Rating: 4.3
The sky is dark, the snow descends:
Ring, bells, ring out your merriest chime!
Jesus is born; the Virgin bends
Above him. Oh, the happy time!


Toru Dutt
Dr Antony Theodore 02 August 2020
White wreaths of snow the roofs attire, And o'er them stars the blue adorn, And hark! In white the angel-quire Sings to the Shepherds, 'Christ is born.' Wonderful poetic description. tony
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Susan Williams 20 January 2016
This poem sings! Very descriptive and evocative of the birth of Christ Jesus. And it sings outside our windows on a Christmas eve.
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* Sunprincess * 20 January 2016
....a descriptive which leaves the reader feeling sad, knowing the infant's parents were in a faraway land...a land where there was only a very few places to provide shelter for travelers overnight...and could have been only one place...everyone knows life is always more difficult for those who have less ?
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Ratnakar Mandlik 20 January 2016
Most beautiful Christmas carol. Thanks for sharing.
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