Marlon Irwan Ranti

Rookie - 0 Points (Oct 4,1981 / Jakarta)

Christmas - Poem by Marlon Irwan Ranti

The joyful thing for the Christianity
When The First Noel born into the world
By the Holy Mother Mary, wife of Saint Joseph
In the night when the sky filled with sparkling star
And accompanied by the tenderness of moon light

Heaven and Earth sing with joy
All the living kind join together for the glory
The Savior has come and save us from Evil
Until the Three Wiseman comes before Him

They kneeled down and take a bow before Him
And give Him three precious presents
Gold….myrrh….and frankincense
The gift that reflects the eternity

In the silent and holy night
Under the sparkle star in the sky
The First Noel slept lying on a manger bed
It will be known and remember as Christmas Day
Since then until now we always say Merry Christmas

Marlon Irwan Ranti


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013


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