Mary Louise Mann Gabumpa

Rookie (february 8,1975 / cebu city, philippines)

Christmas To Me


Christmas season, Christmas day
Christmas list of Christmas wish, ey!
Christmas gifts under Christmas tree
Christmas feasts to be shared, it's free!

Christmas is here, Christmas is there
Christmas is celebrated everywhere
Yuletide it brings yonder all
Yuletide it sings in every heart of all.

Christmas I love for all its about
Christmas I yearn that all my love is near
Christmas I hope for all my thoughts to be true
Christmas, may I... that if only I may.

Christmas to me is simply be
Christmas comes, what brings it'll be
Joy and peace among us, as ever be
With love and forgiveness that made us-be.

Submitted: Friday, November 12, 2010

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  • Rookie Lynn Glover (11/18/2010 8:28:00 AM)

    A beautiful tribute to the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. The meaning is real and the celebration is worthy for what this little boy did for us. So spread the word and spread the cheer as you are doing with this poem. Good Job. (Report) Reply

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