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Saturday, 19 December 2015

O Christmas Tree


I do not know what's with me and Christmas ornaments and decorations. One of the Christmas stuff I adore is the Christmas tree. Funnily enough, I have not owned one before. So sad!

But..... I have made a mental promise to myself that, one day, I'll have one. I haven't thought of how I'll get it, whether, I'll cut one down, or buy one or it would be a gift from a friend, I'll definitely get one.

The only real tree I got and the farthest Daddy could go, was the one I had pasted with the Christmas wallpapers.


Like seriously!

Anyway, I love Christmas trees, whether it is evergreen one or the snow white one or even the pink one. I believe the Christmas tree symbolizes eternal life. The baby that was born in the stable brought eternal life. Having a tree, hung with lights, ornaments and presents all around it with your loved ones and the Christmas story is the best Christmas.

O Tannenbaum/ O Christmas tree is the carol associated with that glorious tree. I learnt it is a traditional German carol but the author of the lyrics and the composer are unknown. Whoever he/she is / they are, thanks for such a beautiful carol. The tradition of bringing a tree inside and decorating it with all the beautiful ornaments was started in the 19th Century (way long time ago!)

I always have the habit of taking a picture by a decorated Christmas tree. Isn't it beautiful?


O Christmas tree
O Christmas tree
How steadfast are thy branches
Your boughs are green in summer's clime
And through the snows of winter time

O Christmas tree
O Christmas tree
How lovely are thy branches
Not only in the summer time
But even in winter is thy prime

O Christmas tree
O Christmas tree
Your boughs can teach a lesson
That constant faith and hope sublime
Lends strength and comfort through all time

Do you love Christmas trees?

Which colour is your favourite?

Merry Christmas lovely people xxoo

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