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Thursday, 16 December 2010

Nature's Gift



Three Kings in a manger
Three gifts they bare
On festive times, when snow flicks embrace trees
Behold a King is born, behold a life to adore


2000 years after, again the story is retold, 
In winters wonderland, alpine trees welcomed indoors
Three Kings in a manger
Three gifts they  generously bare


New seasons drawn, morning lights adored
New birth onto us; holy behold a King is born
Four friends became fathers
Four in Kings and Queens were born


Blessed; Donald, Eugene, Ismail and Peter
Were made guardians of new lives
A Father's joy, of fatherhood welcomed
Much love to share, and show to all


A Mother's love, of nurturing care
To new Kings and Queens born
2000 years after, in natures gift wrap
Again the story is retold

7 comments:

  1. I like it. Connecting past to present, a biblical cycle, yet a beautiful dedication to friends and children in the modern. Nature's gift indeed...could there be any greater? Goes well with the soothing beauty of the music.

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  2. Stunning piece
    elegant and personal
    thanks for writing

    you are an inspiration my friend

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  3. Always love reading your take ...your always present a new light on every subject...thank you..bkm

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  4. Nice. This one's calling out for some music!

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  5. Love how the old story lives on through time! Interesting poem!

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  6. Enjoyed it very much, soooooooooooooo beautifully written.
    I loved your creative writing and your lovely blog :)
    Merry Christmas
    Take care
    Marinela x

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