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The Season’s Gift (poem)

Updated on December 24, 2016

What magic fills the air this time of year

Why are our feelings so much softer now

We smile and spread infectious gifts of cheer

Good tidings with a stranger now allow


Those faceless shadows we pass in the street

Become the neighbors that we oft speak of

It feels so good at last to finally meet

To take our part and spread the peace and love


When does it start why does it have to end

Is there some rule somewhere that makes it so

We can’t afford to make another friend

To watch a peaceful world in springtime grow


So when we see that star up in the sky

Perhaps that special time that comes to pray

Don’t let this special gift pass lightly by

What would be wrong if it were here to stay


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    • Michael-Milec profile image

      Michael-Milec 17 months ago

      agreeable, the joy of the heart, all year round

    • Peggy W profile image

      Peggy Woods 17 months ago from Houston, Texas

      I love this! Wish the feelings at this time of year could last year round!

    • Sheeja Joseph profile image

      Sheez J 17 months ago

      good one.

      nyc words.