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Christmas Gifts – a poem by Enid Blyton

If I had lived long years ago And seen, on Christmas night, The strange star in the sky aglow, I think perhaps I might Have followed close the Wise Men Three, The little Holy Child to see. They brought Him … Continue reading

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In the Stable – A poem by Enid Blyton

It’s Christmas Day tomorrow, and at the heart of it is the story of the nativity. Enid Blyton tells it here in the poem form from the perspective of the stable animals. The ox raised up his head On Christmas … Continue reading

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