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December 14, 2011


Megan Willome

I had no idea Chesterton wrote poetry. Thank you!

Maureen E. Doallas

The lines that stand out for me: "Only where He was homeless / Are you and I at home". I also like "an open house in the evening" where "all . . . are at home". (I forgive him the limiting reference to "men" throughout the poem. It is one aspect of the poem that dates it and makes it very much of its time.)

Monica Sharman

I had no idea he wrote this Christmas poem! Thank you!!!

nance marie

i like it.


I obviously need to read more Chesterton than just 'Orthodoxy.' This is incredible!

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