Samantha Glovier

Rookie (January 12,1978 / Bluefield, WV)

The True Meaning - Poem by Samantha Glovier

I look around knowing that no one sees me and
there are all kinds of gifts under the tree........

I look through them to see if possible there
is one for me but to my surprise I have

I hung on a cross for all to see but years
later there are no eyes on me.......

Most of the people that are here are people
that I have been near........

I have knocked at their doors many times but
not once did they open to see who stands out

I feel as though I am nothing if they would
only see I am everything............

I can take away everything or give to you
what's in your dreams.....

Why can't they see what
Christmas means........

The gifts and candy are nice indeed but that's
really something that we don't need.....

Spending time with each other and with me and
showing the love is what it means...........

To understand I gave my life for yours and hope
that soon you will open the door......

To say thank you for all I have done and to show
the world what I have become.........

I wish to you on this special day that you will
give thanks and pray that I am here for you and
for ever I will stay.......

So take these words and spread them around so
everyone will soon be found.......

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 7, 2006

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