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Christmas Story ©

William Carolan
Luton, England

At Christmas the story is often told,
of a child in a stable in Winter so cold.
Of Joseph and Mary and kings from afar,
who came to that stable led by a star.
They came to see Jesus, born to be king,
now every Christmas you hear the bells ring.
People sing carols to remember that day,
of a child named Jesus born in the hay.
No room at the inn so we are told
on that first Christmas day in Winter so cold.
Now we all celebrate with every intent,
with family and friends of that happy event.
The day that Jesus our lord was born,
in a Bethlehem stable on a cold Winter's morn.

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