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Lee John Siebritz

Rookie (12 March 1985 / Cape Town)

Christmas Tree


Everybody loves Christmas
Young and Old
Good and Bad
Weak and Bold
Playing in the snow

Singing jingle bells and giggling in the snow
And from the inside
The smell of dinner that holds

Throwing snowballs at each other
With laughter and flutter
Saying Merry Christmas to your neighbours
Knowing that it is very rare during this time of seasons

For people are not like they used to be
Singing and playing around the christmas tree
Caring and giving
With pleasure, laughter and singing

Christmas I believe is special for the young to see
To laugh and dance with all the other kids
Even when the sun burns out and there is no-one there

Christmas I believe will be there right till the end
For everybody
To give light and
To share

Submitted: Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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