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While Shepherds Watched Their Flock By Night 

Like small curled feathers, white and soft, 
The little clouds went by, 
Across the moon, and past the stars, 
And down the western sky: 
In upland pastures, where the grass 
With frosted dew was white, 
Like snowy clouds the young sheep lay, 
That first, best Christmas night. 

The shepherds slept; and glimmering faint, 
With twist of thin, blue smoke, 
Only their fire's crackling flames 
The tender silence broke- 
Save when a young lamb raised his head, 
Or, when the night wind blew, 
A nesting bird would softly stir, 
Where dusky olives grew- 

With finger on her solemn lip, 
Night hushed the shadowy earth, 
And only stars and angels saw 
The little Saviour's birth; 
Then came such flash of silver light 
Across the bending skies, 
The wondering shepherds woke, and hid 
Their frightened, dazzled eyes!

And all their gentle sleepy flock 
Looked up, then slept again, 
Nor knew the light that dimmed the stars 
Brought endless peace to men- 
Nor even heard the gracious words 
That down the ages ring- 
"The Christ is born! the Lord has come, 
Good-will on earth to bring!" 

Then o'er the moonlit, misty fields 
Dumb with the world's great joy, 
The shepherds sought the white-walled town, 
Where lay the baby boy- 
And oh, the gladness of the world, 
The glory of the skies, 
Because the longed-for 
Christ looked up 
In Mary's happy eyes!

Margaret Deland, 1857-1945 

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