Shivering in the Night, A Poem

Shivering in the Night

A baby shivers,
A mother glows.
Emanuel’s light,
Falls like snow.
Hope soon covers,
Wherever God’s felt,
Warming iced egos,
In pools of snow melt.
Come Emmanuel,
Enter from the cold,
Rest in faith’s warmth,
And glow within this soul.

©2012 by Chris Clody 

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2 thoughts on “Shivering in the Night, A Poem

  1. Be sure to credit Chris Clody. When I asked for permission, he said “Inspiration cannot be bound my friend – I’m humbled that this poem struck a chord in you. By all means please share wherever you find appropriate.”

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