Marlon Irwan Ranti

Rookie (Oct 4,1981 / Jakarta)

Christmas Time


The end of the year has come....
The last month of the year has come....
The joy of Christmas has come to each of us....
Happiness for the born of Jesus Christ our Savior to the world....

Green and red colour bright up every corner of ou house....
Gifts being bought and prepared to be given....
Christmas songs heard in every places in the world....
Waiting for Christmas day on 25th of December....

Rejoice to the Lord for the day....
Jesus Christ the Savior born away in a manger....
The Three King come to rejoice the King of King....
Give a gift of gold, myrrh and francinsence....

It's Christmas time....
Rejoice to the Lord for the joy....
Merry Christmas to you....
Merry Christmas

Marlon Irwan Ranti

Submitted: Monday, June 17, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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