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Merry Christmas (an original poem)

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  • Merry Christmas (an original poem)


    MERRY CHRISTMAS:

    They come into this world with eyes of blue.
    They've been sent here to tell the truth.
    Cold stethoscope hints to a life of sadness-
    But his parents' hearts are full of gladness.

    We oppress them, we beat them
    and make them follow orders...
    But little children's eyes
    are like little tape-recorders.

    And once we are old and need them to help us,
    history unfolds and then they remind us...
    Forty-five years old--Red White and Blue eyes
    Recorded every lie, you told throughout your whole life.

    We wish we hadn't taught them 'time is money'
    Our fate rests with them, isn't it funny?
    We taught them to be greedy and grovel for cash
    But now that we're needy, we take it all back.

    They cover their ears with expensive head-phones
    They can't hear us from the retirement home
    Instead of loving money-we should have taught them to love.
    Now they're always running and never have enough.

    They come into this world with eyes of blue
    They've been sent here to tell the truth.
    But we have taught them - lying is better.
    And now our Christmas? A re-gifted sweater.


    Dear reader, this is an original poem (the rhyming type) copyright 2016. If you enjoy it, and would like to share it, please simply point someone to this thread link. Please let me know if this poem 'speaks' to you. All feedback is welcome.
    "In faith, there is enough light for those who want to believe, and enough shadows to blind those who don't." -Blaise Pascal

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    Does 8 views and zero likes for an original poem mean ppl didnt like it, or are ppl lazy with the like button?
    "In faith, there is enough light for those who want to believe, and enough shadows to blind those who don't." -Blaise Pascal

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