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In need of 2 poems or sayings

Posted by bec2u (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 11, 09 at 21:11

I'm looking for a poem to go with candy canes. Not the traditional one. I'm wanting a cute one.
Also, looking for a poem to go with a roll of toilet paper. It starts out as something like times are hard and ends with something like so here's something to wipe your arse.
Thanks


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RE: In need of 2 poems or sayings

I just have the ones for the TP sorry. I hope these will help.
Penny

Just Thinking of You!

I went looking for a gift and I
wanted something to make you happy.

Something to bring you a smile
in case your day was crappy.

So Im giving you something
I know you can use.

Its almost as useful
as a new pair of shoes.

I wanted to give you something,
something that was kind of fun.

So here is what I got you,
something to wipe your bum!
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Money is scarce
and times are hard,
So I'm giving you this
Instead of a card.
Some for you and
Some to share,
So bottoms up
Just cause I care.


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RE: In need of 2 poems or sayings

Thanks so much. I think I'll use the first one.


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RE: In need of 2 poems or sayings

Look at a CANDY CANE, what do you see?
Stripes that are RED like the BLOOD shed for me!

WHITE for my Savior, Who's sinless and pure!

"J" is for JESUS, My Lord that's for sure!

Turn it around And a staff you will see ---
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jesus, my SHEPHERD
It's just a little Christmas treat,
but also (did you know?)

It represents our Savior
born so long ago.
The shape is like a "J"
to symbolize His name.
The white is for His life,
Holy, without blame.
And the stripe of red
is for His blood
so pure and freely given
that we might spend eternity
with our Lord in heaven.


ANOTHER VERSION:

A significant symbol of Christmas
Is the Simple Candy Cane.
It's shape is the crook of the Shepherd
One of the first who came.
The lively peppermint flavor is
The regal gift of spice.
The White is Jesus' purity.
The Red is sacrifice.
The narrow stripes are friendship.
And the nearness of his love.
Eternal, Sweet Compassion
A gift from God above.
The Candy Cane reminds us all
of how much God cared.
And like His Christmas gift to use
It's meant to be broken and shared.


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