Just found your site, and my poem. Thought I would let you know that I am the author, originally wrote it for a crafter on thegardenweb craft site a number of years ago. I use it in a foldover card, with a manger scene on the front, and a gold skeleton key glued to the inside with the poem. - Les Hollowed
To signify a special night.
Mary and Joseph had come to stay
But each lodging place turned them away.
At the last place they tried, still no room at all
Except for a simple hay-filled stall.
Thanks to one man's kindness to those needy strangers
Jesus' life began, safe in a lowly manger.
This innkeeper's key is a symbol of
How a simple act fills the world with love.
Keep this key, and remember God's love is the reason
We are filled with blessings each Christmas season.