Poetry by Patrick N. Kramer

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Poetry by Patrick N. Kramer
Written 11-26-06

Yes he was born, A Baby Just Like You.
Born for mankind, so we could start a new!
A birthday unknown to us to this very day!
Itís too early for Christmas music one shouldnít say.
Though the radio may play songs of Santa and his reindeer!
Of speaking out against Christmas songs one should never hear.
Donít grumble about those songs, sing with them this year.
It's Christmas time and It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.
A time to Deck the Halls, with balls of holly!
A time to smile, and be thankful, as well as jolly!
Take the time to listen to Silver Bells out in the snow.
Smile at the strangers you meet and even say hello.
If you can, one should take themselves on a Sleigh Ride.
Sing Christmas songs, and of your belief in Christ, do not hide.
Go I strongly suggest going into a Winter Wonderland.
Take time to admire the O Christmas tree wherever it may stand.
Do not complain about the weather its Christmas time Let It Snow.
Perhaps even look for Frosty the Snow Man wherever you may go.

Remember back to your days as a child and watching that show.
Did you miss a chance to see Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, oh no.
You were there and enjoying it and the songs they sang.
You enjoyed those songs and hearing church bells as they rang.
So when youíre at Christmas Dinner will you remember years gone by.
Will you look at the Christmas decoration and know the reason why.

Remembered many years back, to The First Christmas, The First Noel.
Think about the words to Away In A Manger, the story it does tell.
Take time to listen and hear of how It Came Upon A Midnight Clear.
Be brave and sing, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, and do it without fear?
Enjoy The Christmas Song and music, remembering Christ this year.
Most of all do, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas this year.

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