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TITLE: Sub Sailors Christmas
By Louis Nyecki Sr
06/22/13
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Twas the night before Christmas and all through the boat,

not a sailor was stirring as I wore my blue coat.

Everyone sleeping and dreaming of home,

their wives and their families, were one less alone.

Tomorrow Christmas dinner Lots of goodies and pie,

the cooks are all busy, can you wonder why?

But the meaning of Christmas is not of Saint Nick,

not of his reindeer or the flick of his whip.

Twas the birth of our precious Lord and savior Jesus Christ,

who laid in a manger, under that star so bright.

He came to teach and save us our lives,

He lived on earth thirty three years and left in a sigh.

He said to his Father please forgive all,

then rose on the third day upon Godí call.

He lived as a man to help us believe,

born of a virgin, He died for you and me.

Filled with the Holy Spirit, awaiting the end,

Christí second coming, from graves will ascend.

The Angels about him, in glory Heíll be,

coming for His children, to live in eternity.
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