Christmas Poem

Christmas Poem For Family And Friends

I was inspired to write this poem because I have no money for Christmas to buy gifts for family. I wanted to do a little more than send store bought cards. I'm sending this poem to my family as a gift from my heart.
from Glenn and Arlene

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Christmas Sensations


Published by Family Friend Poems November 2008 with permission of the Author.

Christmas lights twinkle and shine as bright
as the stars in the sky on a cold, clear night.
The fresh blanket of fallen snow,
it looks so pretty on the tree boughs.
People bundled up so warm, rushing to and fro,
don't forget the mistletoe!

Child laughter, building snowmen, sled riding or ice skating,
they are all patiently waiting.
Quiet whispers and footsteps creeping,
very soon you'll hear paper crinkling.
Keeping beat with the Christmas season are bells ringing,
the rhythm and rhyme come from the carolers singing.

The turkey is stuffed and ready for roasting,
the bread has risen and ready for toasting.
The soft glow of a cinnamon scented candle is fine,
the Christmas tree that smells like pine.
Pumpkin pie, apple pie and all the cookies you can eat,
a cup of cocoa and a candy cane sure are sweet.

Most important is family, friends, and lots of caring,
cuddles, kisses, and hugs for sharing.
Grab your slippers and a cozy robe and come sit by the fire,
hurry along before Grammy retires.
Let me read you a story and you stay a while,
your children and their children all smile!


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