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By Author Enobong Ukpabio


Whose heart doth hold the yuletides glow
Hath little need of Mistletoe;
Who bears a smiling grace of mien
Need waste no time on wreaths of green;
Whose lips have words of comfort spread
Needs not the holly-berries red—
His very presence scatters wide
The spirit of the Christmastide.


Yuletide in Africa,
Who brought me the carols of many awaited days
From the heart throb I once miss,
Far loved and pampered


Yuletide in Africa,
Made our pleasant exchange of merry,
Turn to pledge like we were of the same brotherhood,
And a transfigured atmosphere of peace and love
Breathes around us


Yuletides in Africa,
The gifts and tenders of affection,
Cement more closely the sacred ties of family life.
The peace and love of this hallowed time shines like a halo around us;
It goes with us as we hasten through the crowded streets of Africa
As the bell of Santa is rang around and carols sang
to celebrate the Christmastide Epiphany.


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