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Christmas Poems

Listen to the bells
Written after walking home through the frosty village after the Midnight Service on Christmas Eve, and hearing the bells from all the churches through the valley carried faintly on the wind. Several years ago now!

Cradle, Cross & Crown first in poetry contest
Remarkable the humility expressed by Jesus in laying by His glory. Creator comes to serve His created. This is love.

I Found Christmas
Most of us hide our deep-dark pain behind the Christmas trees lights and show sparkle to the world. But it’s in those very darkness that we find Christ who is the essence of Christmas.

Hay Ride first in poetry contest
Have you ever been on a real hay ride in December? Well hop on, let's go!

Presents or Presence
How essential the shift from consumerism to Christ.

Now That Is Peace
Now that is peace,... Christmas peace.

A Christmas Thought second in poetry contest
Here, the author is reflecting on the radical change during his lifetime on how signs of Christmas have disappeared from American public life. Feel free to use this poem; please include the author's name. [email protected] Thank you. Robert Deimel

The True Meaning Of Christmas
I wrote this poem several years ago after taking my son Christmas shopping with me. While in the mall I couldn't help but notice none of the decorations had anything to do with the true meaning of Christmas.

Celebrate Jesus Christ- the reason for the season.

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