Anesa Smajkan

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Christmas! ! ! ! - Poem by Anesa Smajkan

Christmas is a time to share,
To show your friends how much you care,
Whether they are big or small,
Friends are the very best gifts of all.

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  • (5/26/2009 8:30:00 AM)

    yeah christmas is where we should spread the words of love..I know some people celebrate it like savages, you know drinking andd partying..but it s the day of love, jeseus taught us the kind of love that we can die for, kind of love that he died for the whole of our humanity. and mathew says on love 'you must always act like your father in heaven' and i dont think he wanted us to celebrate it like savages, burnig barbcues, drinlking and eating all sorts of meat...thanks...sweet verse indeed

    with love

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  • (5/25/2009 3:55:00 PM)

    OMG I agree Nesa. To have friends is to be rich in the soul. Money is good to have tolive, but friends are great to have because you can hang with friends, you can share things with friends, you can talk to friends and they will listen. You can do things with one another or for one another. This is what having and being a friend means. I have 2 poems I wouldlike you to read when you have the time. True Friend and Christmas Comes Once A Year. These two poems are in stark contrast to each other, but the message in Christmas is still there.

    This poem was written from a wonderful heart that wishes everyone had a true friend. This is one o fthose happy poems with a message that makes me smile whenI read it. Thank you for sharing. A 10+++++.

    Love & hugs,

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 23, 2009

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