Christmas, Christmas Eve, Christmas Eve Worship, Christmas Poem, Christmas Prayer, Jesus, Liturgy, Poem, Prayer
It wasn’t a night full of familiar carols
But a melody crafted from surrounded creation.
It wasn’t an eve fashioned with trees and tinsel
But a stable of simplicity adorned with hay and dirt.
It was a cow rejoicing with a smoothened moo
And a sheep baa-ing in jubilation.
A woman sobbing with relief and great joy
And words of love from her beloved.
Stillness and motion danced in the twilight
Allowing room for Divine Light to pierce reality’s realm
And ushering in a new era of warmth, love, and hope
On top of the chilly earth below.
(c) Rev. Michelle L. Torigian. Permission to use in a worship service (including a streamed service) with attribution.
Elsa Anders Cook said:
This is so lovely Michelle. So lovely.
Thank you very much!
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