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December Sonnets 1. Joy


December! Happy days of waiting here!
For You, to us, come after toil and grief
Christmas lights and stars adorned colored wreaths
December joy, grace brushed, in eyes of tears.

Salvation, gentle God, cast away fear
Justice sought, to God’s lands, punish ill thief
Thy power of light, can’t blame, can’t deceive
Because born is Jesus with us, be near!

And after November of all Saints day
Past memories of death, but life anew
Chant our hearts, in faithful, bright joyful ways!

At break of day arising heaven’s gate
Hearts singing loud, dear Father God in faith
Dear Holy Spirit, we are touched by You.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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also on Huntprayerpoems.wordpress.com; Roseprayers.blogspot.com on December 3,2013
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