Christmas Poem

Poem About Christmas For Friends

I wrote this as part of a set of poems--the other one being the total flip-side to this one. Nothing says Christmas to me more than the kids running from store to store at the mall, all wide-eyed and hopeful as they touch every toy they have an interest in. That and good friends are what the holidays are all about to me.

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A Christmas Poem

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Published: December 2014

October's old witches and goblins have gone
The turkey and stuffing are done
The wind brings a chill as December arrives
The tree lights all twinkle as one

The icicles hang from the roof-tops in town
As the rain and the snow starts to fall
The storefronts light up with Christmas displays
And Santa arrives at the mall

As presents are bought and presents are wrapped
For those that we love and adore
A small child's eyes, so young but so wise
Wants one more trip to the store

The video game, the doll or the train
Santa must know I've been good
I'll stay up all night, and help him unload
And get all the gifts that I should

Yes, Christmas is here, the laughter and joy
And all that goes with it, you see
But when it is gone, our friendship goes on
You make every day Christmas for me...

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