Friday, 2 December 2016

Advent 2nd December

Anne-Marie Perks 
@annmarieperks
#W8PAdvent
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9 comments:

  1. You are sleepy, you are sleeepy, you are sleeeepy... @JEFoxley

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  2. Both of those of which I hold, are made of living, purest gold@KirstyLakey

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  3. Eyes shine
    star-bright,
    Eyes seek
    holy light.
    Eyes see
    a divine world:
    New love,
    unfurled.

    @hellopipski

    Beautiful art work!
    Pippa

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  4. A mother’s love,
    On angel wings.
    A blessed child:
    The future king.

    @AlistairLane

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  5. The angel gave joy in tinkling tones,
    and the child gave the gift of laughter.

    @GATaylor3

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  6. She holds the child close. I must leave now, but I will watch over you. A star, lighting the way, no matter how dark. @riewriting #W8PAdvent

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  7. Oh flip! Someone's dented my halo.

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  8. Let your dreams stretch as wide as the universe as the stars sing you lullabies and the moon lights your path #W8Padvent @melgreen73

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  9. C'mon baby. Look at this cool dangly thing and don't start crying - not until I find your mum. #w8padvent @evangelinecluck

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