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A wish for Christmas

High in the sky, the stars shine so bright.
Which one did they follow on that wonderful night?
The three wise men who, from the orient came,
To find a child, though they knew not his name.

Whether we believe in the saviour or not
There is no doubt that the world changed a lot.
And through wars and conflicts that are so reviled
There can also be peace because of this child.

In nineteen fourteen, in 'the war to end wars'
On Christmas day the guns, they did pause,
And from enemy lines, I know for a fact
The enchanting sounds of 'Stille Nacht'

So beautiful it was that for one precious day
Bitter enemies met in the mud and the clay
To shake hands, play ball, drink and so on
And to share precious memories of their families back home.

Christmas is not just for eating and gifts
It's a time to remember and heal harmful rifts
Thinking of others and not just ourselves,
But of those who are worse off in their own personal hell.

You don't have to believe, in God, wrong or right
But you cannot deny that because of that night
A wonderful thing happened that changed us forever
In America, or Europe, East or wherever.

We all come together at this time of year
To celebrate our joy with plenty of cheer.
I hope beyond hope that this year at last
The whole world will shout HAPPY CHRISTMAS!

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