John I Nash

The Savior - Poem by John I Nash

The star shown bright through the darkness.

A sign that showed that someone cared to send his only Son on this night. To save us all, he has come with heart pure white, born of a virgin innocent and bright.

Oh holy light save our souls this night.

Infant child, knowing no danger, lying in a manger, mother blessed it is said.

Angels from on high, kneeling by his side, heads bowed in reverence as to a king, not to be in this world.

He is on a mission of submission to the Father, A savior to us all.

Oh holy light, save our souls this night.

Upon completion called to heavenly home. A savior to us one and all, be it known, the Son Of God is born.

All is peaceful all is right, this very night, the sacred star still shines bright, nothing will dim it's light.

Look upon the face of your child to see the angel that guarded him that night.

Oh holy light save our souls this night.

All is peaceful all is well, this story I tell so that you remember what God's salvation has given you. All is peaceful all is well.

Oh holy light save My soul this night.

Topic(s) of this poem: christmas

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I wrote this after looking at my new Grand child while she was sleeping. On Christmas eve 2014, She brought me back to what it was all about. Every one deserves a night like that.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, December 11, 2015

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