We Lowed Poem by Gillena Cox

We Lowed

Rating: 5.0


I knew not, where from they came
but from the mouths of all
The story was the same
Nazareth in Gallilee,
To Bethlehem, this town in Judaea;
They traveled, to our lowly cattle shed;
And there it was, that ox, and I cattle, had
Witnessed the birth; of this dear sweet lad
The baby Jesus He
Awoke, to receive the gifts
From the Magi three;
Gold Frankincense and Myrrh, they did bring,
And at his feet, they laid it in the hay;
You'd swear He was a king.
(2006)

COMMENTS OF THE POEM

i live by life by that fact. fantastic last line. :) .. i like.

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Trade Martin 15 December 2009

Very nice Gillena, Merry Christmas....! ! !

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Joseph Poewhit 15 December 2009

The last line is touching - MERRY

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Marieta Maglas 16 December 2009

The baby Jesus He Awoke, to receive the gifts From the Magi three wonderful poem, very well written 10+++++++ Merry Christmas, Gillena!

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 09 January 2010

When GodMan comes such miracles happens…and Jesus was welcomed by star etc… Glory unto Lord Jesus… 10 Ms. Nivedita UK

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Obinna Eruchie 25 December 2009

A voice during the time of Nativity, is telling her brief view of Baby Jesus. An interesting piece for Christmas!

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Eyan Desir 22 December 2009

Awww so sweet well written

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 20 December 2009

Nice poem, Gillena, full of faith. Merry X-mas and a very Happy New Year...10/10. Naseer

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Kesav Easwaran 17 December 2009

'I knew not, where from they came but from the mouths of all The story was the same'... fantastic Faith, these lines hold Gillena...well composed poem...Merry Christmas...10

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