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  1. Look at the Candy Cane What do you see? Stripes that are red Like the blood shed for me White is for my Savior Who’s sinless and pure! “J” is for Jesus My Lord, that’s for sure! Turn it around And a staff you will see Jesus my shepherd Was born for Me! Look at the Candy Cane What do you see? Stripes that are red Like the blood shed for me

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  2. Dec 15, 2020 · The legend of the candy cane goes something like this: Look at a Candy Cane What do you see? Stripes that are red Like the blood shed for me White for my Savior Who’s sinless and pure! “J” is for Jesus My Lord, that’s for sure! Turn it around And a staff you will see Jesus my shepherd is coming for Me!

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  4. Stripes that are RED like the BLOOD shed for me! WHITE for my Savior, Who’s sinless and pure! “J” is for JESUS, My Lord that’s for sure! Turn it around And a staff you will see —. Jesus, my SHEPHERD, Is coming for me! Candy Cane Story. Jesus Gentle Shepherd, this cane of red and white. proclaims the sweet love story.

  5. blog.christmaslettertips.com › 15 › jesus-candy-cane-poemsJesus Candy Cane Poems

    Jan 15, 2012 · Popular lore suggests that candymakers added the stripes as Christian symbolism. Here are some poems that celebrate the Christian candy cane legend. Jesus, Gentle Shepherd, this cane of red and white proclaims the sweet love story born on Christmas night. This cane, you see, when turned around begins your name of love and now becomes a symbol

  6. Sweet Candy Cane Poetry. Enclose one of these poems in a Christmas card along with a small candy cane. You could also add a poem to homemade gift tags and attach canes to them, or include one in favors for your holiday party. Related Articles. 11 Christmas Gift Wrap Ideas for Fun Holiday Festivities; 11 Clever Ideas to Make Christmas Eve ...

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    Candy Cane poem . A significant symbol of Christmas Is the Simple Candy Cane. It's shape is the crook of the Shepherd One of the first who came. The lively peppermint flavor is The regal gift of spice. The White is Jesus' purity. The Red is sacrifice. The narrow stripes are friendship. And the nearness of his love. Eternal, Sweet Compassion

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