new year poems

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Ring out the bells

New Year Poems

New Year Poems are a great way to convey new year wishes to your friends and family.
Ring out the bells

Lets all bring out the bells and ring out to up high in the sky Then into the flying clouds; the frostiest light Upon this year an indefinite dying of the night Bring out the bells and then all will die. As we all will ring out, and then ring in the new Well ring many happy bells, across the crystalline snow The end of the year is going, so let us all let him go Let all of us let go of false, then ring in true. As many must ring out many a grief that soars the mind, That many of those here will see no more For many can feud within the rich and the poor As we all can redress too many of mankind. Many a people can ring out slowly of dying cause Of ancient of forms all party of strife For people of nobler ring out the modes of life As they are all sweetened manners of slight laws. Cast out and ring out the want all of the harmful sin Among all the faithless of undue coldness of all the times; As we ring out, right out of mournful rhymes, Unto all we shall ring all the beauty of minstrel in. Then alas well all ring out shapes of old and all foul disease For Christ will ring out the narrowing of lust and gold In many of old then will ring out a thousand years of hardened wars of old All ye, shall all ring out a thousand years of will full and true peace.

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