Poems on Nativity by N. Lygeros

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on December 27, 2017

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Lygeros – 27/12/17

Poems on Nativity by N. Lygeros. Translated from the Greek by Vicky Baklessi. 

With the birth

With the birth
of Christ
All-Holy Mary
forgives
all those
who
cannot endure
because
she knows
that
inside them
they have
humanity
and that
one day
with Christ
they will become
humans
due to
the teaching
so that they help
to protect
the next
people
and this way
they will be transformed
to Righteous.

Why didn’t you ever

Why didn’t you ever
tell
to your children
that even Christ
was adopted
by Joseph
why did you omit
the truth
for what reason
even though you know
that it is important
for the future
of faith
when you really
want
to disseminate
the light
of His Teachings
but of course
some
told you
to avoid
the truth
while it is
Love.

If you did feel

If you really did
feel
Christmas
you would know
that you are living
something
unthinkable
for Mankind
which lives
polycyclicly
and you see
that His coming
softens
everything
because
everyone knows
that he came
for us
without
exception
because
he saw
that ultimately
we are
only
innocents.

When you come out

When you come out
of the church
and you
still have
the bread
in your hand
don’t forget
those
who couldn’t
go
because of weakness
because this
is what
Christ
waits for
from you
and not only
to go
but also to transfer
that which
you received
otherwise
there wouldn’t be
for the Teaching
any meaning
for Humanity.

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