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Before The Dawn
(5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Before The Dawn

Poem By Federico García Lorca

Nothing puts me in the holiday mood
As much as Christmas decorations
Festive and cheerful everything is
For this wonderful celebration

Santa Claus of every style and shape
And trees so gloriously bright
All decked out in their holiday best
To sparkle on Christmas night

Little dolls depicting carolers
Or perhaps the three wise men
We discover the little child in us
As we’re transported once again

I love so much the old fashioned
Decorations that go back when
The style so different than today
You wonder where they have been

I know you’ll enjoy the festivities
In your town and in your house
It doesn’t really last long enough so
Enjoy it with your kids and spouse!

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