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Christ is the reason
by Tina M Clark
Saturday, December 10, 2005
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A age old story that never grows old! The reason for Christmas often gets lost in all the paper and bow's. Crawl up close and let me tell you the story.......

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He grabbed an old book

pages worn and slightly torn

from years of reading

He wiped off the cover

as he called me over

I climbed upon his knee

settling down close

listening intently to

his deep baratone

and the story unfolded

It was a tradition

between Gramps and me

Me sitting on his knee

and he read the  story

of the Christ Child to me

He told me all about Mary

How she had knew no man

How she had concieved

a baby

Jesus was to be his name

Of how they had traveled

and when they found an inn

there was no room

so a manger was where

 he layed his head

A king was born that night

with Angels to hail his coming

a star to light the way

To our Savior

 who's head lay in the hay

and how very proud

Mary must have been

to look upon this face

that was the heavenly son

Wise men came from the East

bearing gifts

paying homage to the

Child that had been sent

he read on about his life

and all he did while here

and went on to tell me

how man treated him out of fear

They took a man

who knew no sin

30 pieces of silver

A follower turned him in

Then hung hisself

ashamed from the sin

They nailed the Lord to a cross

Where he hung as

His life flowed from his veins

They knew that he was gone

but sent guards

to make sure his body remained

Placed in a tomb

a stone to block the way

Yes they had to be sure

that here his body stayed

Three days passed

I sat close listening to the story

it was quite

 as the dark cold night

And when I heard

that he had died

a silent tear dripped down

 from my eyes

Then I heard the most beautiful

part of all

The third morn

He arose

No grave could hold him down

No cross of mortal man

God the Father had the

Master plans

His mission

To save the soul's of Man

Gramps would pick me up

and tuck me in

and say a prayer with me

Always remembering

the Christ Child

and what his sacrifice gave

With his life

Man was saved


2005 Tina Clark





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Reviewed by Pamela garner 12/11/2005
Thanks for sharing and remembering the true meaning of Christmas.Merry Christmas my dear friend.Pamela
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/10/2005
Thanks for the sharing!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/10/2005
Beautifully done Tina, Thank you and have a very Merry Christmas!

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/10/2005
AMEN! Christ IS the Reason for the Season!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you, too, Tina!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/10/2005
Amen, Tina, thank you. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, and Merry Christmas, Karla.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/10/2005
and beyound the end of time...
Nicely done Tina.. Great to see yer back..
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/10/2005
The true story that will last till the end of time. Merry Christmas it can't be said enough.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/10/2005
Beautiful touching read..thanks for the offering Tina !!

Oops.sorry read your news after I asked the question about the condition off your hand surgery!!

Sorry to hear it is still so painful!!

Be well soon sweetie!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Betty Torain 12/10/2005
Thanks, For sharing such a very touching POEM and the relationship with your GRAMPS. You covered the very essence of Christmas. Thanks for including HIS death, burial and resurrection. Have Merry Christmas. Love, Betty Torain
Reviewed by Marjorie Coogle (Reader) 12/10/2005
Thanks for the reminder of the true meaning of Christmas and sharing the memory of learning it on Grandpa's knee.
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