The King of Kings is Coming

Here’s a poem I wrote one December after a stressful Christmas Eve shopping trip.

work in progress

The King of Kings is coming
I’m off to buy a tree
and baubles and some tinsel
and some yummy things for tea

The King of Kings is coming
I must get the presents wrapped
Nice perfume for Aunt Mabel
Turkey Whiskas for the cat

The King of Kings is coming
Have I bought enough mince pies?
The shops are closed for one whole day!
Will we have enough supplies?

The King of Kings is coming
It’s time to celebrate
So get one more drink down you
Becaush it’s Chrishmash, mate

The King of Kings is coming
He’s knocking, can’t you hear?
Oh shush, I want to watch this film,
Let’s pretend that we’re not here.




© Meirav M. 2000

(Yes, I wrote this back in December 2000.)

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And now it’s time for Meirav’s seasonal awkwardness

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When people hear I don’t celebrate Christmas, they often assume it’s because I’m Jewish. Which is kind of interesting, considering I’m perfectly ok with doing stuff that Jewish people are known for not doing: worshipping Jesus, for example… or being … Continue reading

one small grain of precious truth

something seasonal from my archives

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I’ve been writing my annual newsletter and had a peek at some older ones. Found this bit at the end of my 2008 newsletter, which I felt was worth sharing:

There are quite a few myths around,

there is no fat guy in a red suit dropping presents down chimneys,

the wise men weren’t kings and we don’t know if there were three of them,

Jesus wasn’t born “on Christmas Day in the morning”

(actually he was probably born around October)

but

in the midst of all these myths,

there is a grain of very important truth

that could so easily be missed

one thing you hear around Christmas is true

Jesus was born to save us from our sins

Hallelluiah!!!

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