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The season shifts suddenly
To reveal a shortened day
As sunlight is compressed
To narrow our mortal way.

But the darkness presages
An inner focus on the meaning
Of each day by the fireside
Which leads me to sing

Of the incarnation, which came
In the darkness of the earth’s
Bleak winter’s night to say
Let there be numerous births

Of humankind to celebrate
The light of everlasting life
To penetrate the dark night
And quench impenetrable strife.

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