Veteran Poet - 1,139 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

Christmas To Me - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY


Melvin Banggollay

C-hristmas is the day Christ was born

in a manger not fitted for the Mighty king

yet God had chosen His son to be born

on this manger that salvation will ring.

H-umility is what Christ calls for the young and old

when He let himself be laid in this manger

Even He could have been born in a crib of gold

adorned with diamonds of glittering luster.

R-espect of creation and every human life

is what this season tells us to always proclaim

as we share our smile to heal one's strife

and lift those who are thirsty and rich in pain.

I-dolize Christ with every thought and heart.

as we put Him above all that matters in our life.

He is our daily bread we need to always be part

of the if we want salvation be the end of our life.

S-alvation is the gift of His blessed creation

as it opened the gate of heaven great mercy

for sinners to enter with Christ intercession

to the kingdom of God at the end of life's journey.

T-hanksgiving we must offer every Chritmas day

as we adore God and honor him with all glory

with the spirit of giving gift to the poor and needy

and loving and caring those that need most mercy.

M-en had turned their back against God and his glory

Yet, for God so loved the world, He gave us freely

his only begotten son to ransom us so painfully

from the eternal death of sin even we're not worthy.

A-ct our faith in our heart and share a gift today.

Wrap a hope written with heartfelt sympathy

and share to anyone that needs a hand today

to make this season full of meaning and melody.

S-hare your love and understanding without hesitancy

for its the greatest gift we could give to Christ today;

Forgive those that might have hurt you in our way

and give them a gift of joy and smile of our humility.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2009

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