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I wonder if the Magi ever guessed
How hard it is to simulate a jewel;
Or whether Gabriel ever gave a thought
To how a human haberdasher deals
With wings when getting Christmas pageants dressed?
What does one do when crowns appear to shrink?
And how do shepherd costumes ever get
A look of charming hospitality?
I cannot help but wonder if the first
Event was quite as easy as we think.
To squeeze such choirs into our narrow skies;
To score such raptures for a village night;
To cue a Roman Emperor with greed
And have him timely seems a rare delight.
But most amazing is to realize
The Savior watched it through a baby’s eyes. Charles A. Waugaman

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