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Christmas In Seventeen Seventy-six
ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH WHARTON "On Christmas d...

An Ode On The Birth Of Our Saviour
ROBERT HERRICK In numbers, and but these few...

The Waits
MARGARET DELAND At the break of Christmas Da...

The Smuggler
It was the latter end of the month of November, when ...

Christmas Eve
HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE [From My Study Fire.] The w...

How Christmas Came To The Santa Maria Flats
ELIA W. PEATTIE THERE were twenty-six flat childre...

Jimmy Scarecrow's Christmas
MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN JIMMY SCARECROW led a sad ...





Christmas Song






LYDIA A.C. WARD

Why do bells for Christmas ring?
Why do little children sing?

Once a lovely, shining star,
Seen by shepherds from afar,
Gently moved until its light
Made a manger-cradle bright.

There a darling baby lay
Pillowed soft upon the hay.
And his mother sang and smiled,
This is Christ, the holy child.

So the bells for Christmas ring,
So the little children sing.





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