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  The night, Animals talked
by William Bonilla
Sunday, December 21, 2003


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It was His destiny
To be born
On a clear and silent night
Long before men, were thought of;
Long before He declared
"Let there be light".

The occasion was so sacred;
God, in His highest,
Graced mankind
To have His message told
On a chill, and silent night.
The heavens became alive
With stars
The scent of wild flowers was everywhere.

A Shepherd's flock gathered calm
As he nodded with weariness
A few moments gone
As he awoke from restful dream.

A nursing ewe, said to him,
"The Child was born tonight.
Did you hear, what I hear?
The Child was born tonight".

Startled! he jumped to his feet
Knowing he was not asleep
A Lupus lost in a misty cloud
Looked at the shepherd, said to him
"Did you hear what I hear?
The child was born tonight".

A donkey notched him
Said to the shepherd,
"Did you see, what I saw?
The bright star that'll show you
The way.
Come! I'll show you the way"
The shepherd rejoiced.

The shepherd mounted the donkey
To praise the Child
All the critters followed
The bright star on a journey
To see the Child that was born
On the night
The animals talked.

By: William Bonilla
12/19/03



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Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 12/22/2003
William...a gem of a write....superb!!!!
Reviewed by Sandra Corona 12/22/2003
Ah! Imagination is so resourceful and allowed us to see the picture you wove with words. Happy Holidays.
:)Sandy
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/22/2003
Lovely write William!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 12/22/2003
William, this is a wonderful poem that is perfect for this holiday season! Happy holidays and a blessed New Year! ~Z~
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 12/22/2003
This was lovely and so beautiful William, I loved this!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 12/22/2003
Lovely, William. And yes I bet they were talking, baaa, eeeeaaaawwww, squeak squeak, moooooo, what a racket, but they knew him

Happy holidays
blessings
Ch'erie
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 12/22/2003
"The night, Animals talked" is an inspired work of art and love by a beloved Son of The Great Poet, named William Bonilla.

Blest be Your Heart, Poet William Bonilla.

Thank You for this gift "The night, Animals talked", for many presents shared throughout 2003 , and for Your kindness, Honorability
and Fratenity to all.

Happy Healthy Holidays.

Perseverance and love form the greatest ammo of humankind, and the catalyzer of the chemical elements that generate the energy used by the doers when they drive the vehicle of success on the road to winners' city.

Drink the dews of happiness in the conclusion of your work.

May You enjoy a Memorable SEASON.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Apprentice-poet by the Grace of The Great Poet
FOR AN EMPIRE UNDER THE SWORD OF JUSTICE.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 12/21/2003
Wonderful reminder here...
Have Some Great Holidays!
Reviewed by Julie Donner Andersen 12/21/2003
Lovely, William! Such a sweet and novel concept.

Julie :)
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/21/2003
Splendid Christmas message William! They will talk again;-)!
Merry Christmas and Happy healthy New Year, the best ever!
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 12/21/2003
OH a beautiful Seasonal message. WILLIAm!!

Peg
Reviewed by jude forese 12/21/2003
excellent concept! i think i can hear them chattering again ...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/21/2003
Love the thought of animals talking :-) Great write.
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 12/21/2003
This miracle of miracles...
beautiful...just beautiful
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 12/21/2003
It was truly the night that hope was born. Thank you for sharing such a touching write William. Lisa
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/21/2003
A delightful tale of a magical night. Thank you for this offering, William. Love and peace, Regis.

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