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Hymn For Christmas
FELICIA HEMANS Oh! lovely voices of the sky ...

Inexhaustibility Of The Subject Of Christmas
LEIGH HUNT So many things have been said of late yea...

Christmas
ROSE TERRY COOKE Here comes old Father Chris...

Santa Claus
ANON He comes in the night! He comes in the ...

A Christmas Insurrection
ANNE P.L. FIELD In the hush of a shivery Chr...

Toinette And The Elves
SUSAN COOLIDGE THE winter's sun was nearing the ho...

Stand And Wait
I. CHRISTMAS EVE. "They've come! they've come!"...





Church Decking At Christmas






WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

Would that our scrupulous sires had dared to leave
Less scanty measure of those graceful rites
And usages, whose due return invites
A stir of mind too natural to deceive;
Giving the memory help when she could weave
A crown for Hope!--I dread the boasted lights
That all too often are but fiery blights,
Killing the bud o'er which in vain we grieve.
Go, seek, when Christmas snows discomfort bring,
The counter Spirit found in some gay church
Green with fresh holly, every pew a perch
In which the linnet or the thrush might sing,
Merry and loud, and safe from prying search,
Strains offered only to the genial spring.





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