The CarolersThe pine tree stands majestic and proud,
All heavy laden in Winter's white shroud.
The snow clinging and hugging each limb,
As beneath carolers sing a Christmas hymn.
Outside the warmth of that old country house,
The cold air echoes the call of a grouse.
To the smell of chimney smoke add the sight,
Of the warm glow from window's light;
And there's no question, no question at all,
Christmas has come with the snowfall!
The theme of the carol that's sung,
Makes us thankful for the life begun when
With the birth of Virgin Mary's child,
God brought peace to earth and mercy mild.
--Submitted by About.com member, David Magsig
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