Alon Calinao Dy

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2012 Was A Blessing


This was the most beautiful time of the year,
My first holiday with my wife together
With better jobs for my family members
And best memories for my family and friends.

This coming Christmas is the most exciting one,
The most memorable of all holidays
That I'll ever have in my entire life
For I'll be with my wife to celebrate
This beautiful season of love.

So many blessings I received from God above.
He'd given me a good health and a loving wife
As well as a great job I always dream of.
Perhaps, He'll give me also a baby this Christmas.

Indeed, This year 2012 was a blessing for me.
I thank God for his unending support and guide.
I thank our Lord Jesus for giving me a chance
To fulfill all my wishes and dreams in life.

Submitted: Sunday, January 06, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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