New Years Poem

This poem describes so many people's most wonderful times of the year.

Happy New Year!

© Colleen P. Beaudoin


We've reached the end of another year
Where Christmas time is growing near
Friends and family we hold so dear
Will soon feel the warmth of holiday cheer.

Is Santa single? Or is he married to Ms. Kringle? Is it the wedding bells that jingle? Or is it the reindeer as they mingle?
The brightest starts start to twinkle
As young hearts being to tingle.

This is a very special time
For children of all ages and kind
To ask for whatever comes to their mind
And to see if Rudolph's nose really shines!

Santa's laugh is so unique and so profound
It makes his belly jiggle around
As he lands his sleigh down on the ground
He tiptoes up to the rooftops without making a sound.

He gets out his list
And starts checking it twice
Who has been naughty?
Who has been nice?

Santa's philosophy as another year leaves; always believe that New Year's resolutions can be achieved.
Keep the faith; always believe in yourself and maybe someday
You'll get to meet the elves.

Christmas 2004

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Published: Feb 2006

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