Every year, we get requests for copy of this wonderful Christmas Poem. To make it convenient, we just decided to put it on our website! Enjoy.
In the land of Manalouie, on the Isle of Taralee, lived the tribe of Manlea, lovely people of the sea.
This tribe had lived forever, and never known an angry day. Their number was three thousand, their chief called Manahay.
The men were tall and handsome, the women were the same. The children bright an active, trained in music and in game. The old among them honored, and cared for were their lame.
The island with it's beaches, mountains and it's streams, gave them beauty and comfort that met their fondest dreams.
From the sea they took their sustenance, delicious food of fish and shell. In…