CHRISTMAS REVELATION

There fell from my eyes"As it had been scales."And though the day was cold,I could feel the sun;And though snow tombed the ground,I knew it was meltingThrough the sun's power,Although I could not see it melt.For even the motes in the air danced fasterOn the Lord's day.

Suddenly, in my heart,The snow of self-loveThe ice of pride,The bitter cold of vanity,Melted,And gushedin freshetsofHumilityAnd it was Christmas Day.

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