Ency Bearis


' [ Christmas ] ' Poem by Ency Bearis


If Christmas is all about Jesus
The story had been told and known
Perhaps had been written in the stone
Had been told in centuries and plus

If Christmas is to other meaning - to consider
The other significance of Christmas behind
Might be it pertains to the life of mankind
As we go through the odds of life 'til end of a year

If Christmas is on every 25th of December
Thanks God 'til that 365 days we survived
We tackled whatever oddities and we thrived
Though still six days to go, then a new year

How in six days we gladly seems to cheer?
How life was spent nearly a year, that time?
So isn't it Christmas is thanksgiving time?
Acknowledge then the coming new year?

How cheerfully to Christmas we can relate
Then we celebrate, greet, share and cheer
with our friends, family to the coming year
Be merry in that holidays and should be great

So to all my dear friends, let us cheer
To a new life and hope for prosperity
And wishing you all, to be always healthy
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


Ency Bearis
All rights reserved 2013

Submitted: Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 23, 2013

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