Serra DeLa Teste
Christmas Is Dawning - Poem by Serra DeLa Teste
On the earth, I see Christmas dawning,
Gifts-a-plenty, children are wanting,
Hanged on wooden doors and glass windows,
Wreaths are, as Christmas carols echoes.
Children are happily cheering,
as Santa Claus is finally appearing.
At them, adults scoff and smile,
' Maybe, this year was actually worthwhile. '
After trials of the dreaded year of 2013,
Christmas is seen with colors of red and green,
Here and there, seen are trees so beautiful,
And a mistletoe, hanging mockingly truthful.
Here and there, waiting day by day,
Christmas is finally here, so we pray,
Almost over, is the season of advent,
And comes now is the Christmas fragments,
Gifts are exchanged, from me to you,
And I dedicate this poem with the Christmas Hue,
With smiles and a few fraternal words
of ' I Love You. '
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