The House of Christmas


This brilliant poem by the one and only G.K. Chesterton comes to us from the Tolle Lege site here :  Yes, yes, I know this is yet another Christmas-y poem in March, but hey!  Keep it rollin’!   The blogger informs us that Tolle Lege means “take up and read”, but since I don’t speak Latin, I’ll just take his word for it….

So, without further ado, here is my disclaimer, but more importantly, here is–

The House of Christmas (by G. K. Chesterton)

There fared a mother driven forth
Out of an inn to roam;
In the place where she was homeless
All men are at home.
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