Short Christmas Poems
Published: May 2019
These short poems about Christmas are perfect for sharing with family, friends and loved ones.
13 Short Christmas Poems
It's Christmas time,
And I wish you well.
May the Lord bless you
With the best of health.Featured Shared Story
Hits home! It's perfect, not to long and straight to the point. I could see this in a Christmas card.
May peace dwell with you,
may prosperity huddle near.
May family gather together
without heartache or tear.
The holiest of all holidays are those
Kept by ourselves in silence and apart;
The secret anniversaries of the heart,
When the full river of feeling overflows;--
Across a white December night,
Each home is filled with candle light.
The moon shines brightly in a golden sky.
Stars are twinkling way up high.
A squeak on the stairs.
Could Santa be here?
Better pull my blankets
Up to my ears.Featured Shared Story
A falling sound in the chimney. Could it be Old St. Nick? Better pull my covers and go to sleep.
Lying down on the ground
In the cold, fluffy snow
Forcing angels to stay on the earth
I was afraid to be left alone
Christmas is a loving hug
Or roasting chestnuts on the rug.
Christmas is one's first snow
And wrapping presents up with bows.Featured Shared Story
I was honored to know this author's father when he was first born and celebrated many Christmases with him and his Mom and Dad. This poem made me remember the wonderful Christmases we had. I...
It is seven a.m.,
And the snow is falling
As I look outside
At the carolers calling.
The laughter of eternity's children
Resides in the glint of his eyes,
And his joyous laugh, which surrounds us all,
Leaves an echo that never dies.
The orange glow of the fireplace
fills the room with Christmas cheer.
To my family I raise my glass,
full of wishes for the year.
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