Christmas On Earth - Poem by Clifford Villaflores
What’s Christmas in Heaven like?
I’m sure its fun and of gaiety
A splendid sight that shines brightly
With things in order moving rightly.
No pain, simply no suffering
In there love is an offering
Can we be there too?
Here on earth we feel so blue
On Christmas, the land is adorned
With a spectacle of lights like morn
The SHOWROOM is decorated in plenty
But the STOCKROOM seems empty.
Each day we search for meaning
The quest seemed unending
We try to reach each other’s life
But our effort often lead to strife
As we try to touch and reach out
Hand to hand trying not to pout
To all our loved ones whose dear
For each of them is worth a tear
Yes, a tear of love so divine
So precious and one of a kind
No marks of distinctions and lines
Rids the gap of yours and mine
This season as we all gather
Let’s bind the INDIFFERENCE towards another
Oh, So many times we feel alone
Can we simply break our HEARTS OF STONE?
As I think of my family
As all people on earth do
And pray that they will love me
And never disown me too.
We are all like the Wisemen from the East
Looking everywhere and afar
Travelers on Earth seeking the star
Its just within us, it aint far.
Let us try not to shed more tears
And set aside all our fears
For our souls will never be at rest
If we fail to do the test!
Yes, its Christmas here on Earth
So Ive heard the carolers sing
Peace, goodwill and blessings
And glad tidings we’ll bring.
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