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  1. 41. A King Is Born

    I was wishing each of us could realize the importance of Christmas day and every day of Jesus' birth and the magnificent meaning of Christ Our Lord.

    Once upon a time
    In a faraway Land
    A little King was born
    In a place called Bethlehem

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  2. 42. Invited To The Manger

    • By Cinthya Tumlison
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 19, 2021

    Spoken word poem. Twelve lines all end in exact or near rhymes. It is a reminder that we are all invited to come to Jesus.

    Invited to the manger with the shepherds and the sheep
    to visit, to behold, to glory, to believe.
    The Savior is born for the nations and for me!
    But what gift might I bring?

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  3. 43. What Can I Give?

    I went to my regular church last weekend and this poem was given to me by the Lord after I got home. This is how I really felt during the worship service. I hope it will encourage others to examine their lives and strive to do good works for the Kingdom.

    I went to church on Christmas morn to hear the angels sing.
    My heart was lifted with every chorus; the rafters, they did ring.
    I sang along with joy in my heart, the greatest sound I've ever heard.
    From "O Holy Night" to "What Child is This?" I cherished every word.

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    This a very touching poem telling the perfect way to begin Christmas day. The greatest songs in the world heard on this special day celebrating Jesus, especially this perfect day. Songs bring...

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  4. 44. What Have We Done To Christmas?

    • By Thomas L Evans
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2011

    After years and years of dealing with the aftermath of the Christmas holiday season, I just had to sit down and put what I was thinking on paper so that I wouldn't just explode from the stress of it all. I'm a father of four from a not so large middle class family and every year the "Joy of the Season" withers a little more in my eyes. Do most of us remember while we are cussing and hating a total stranger for taking the last close parking space at Wal-Mart, what Christmas Is really all about?

    Written by: Thomas Evans 12-24-10
    Dedicated to all of those I love and cherish in my dysfunctional but wonderful family.

    People screaming at each other,
    Words are cutting like a knife
    Savagely they rip apart any joys they had in life
    Children crying, messes made

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  5. 45. A Christmas Long Gone

    It is about Christmas back in the fifties and sixties. It tells of a young boy's excitement on the Eve of Christmas.

    I lie here awake, afraid to sleep.
    I've prayed the Lord my soul to keep.
    My stocking is hung on my bed,
    Really brother's long sock instead.

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  6. 46. Feeling Of Christmas

    Christmas really is the most wonderful time of year. One reason is because of all the feelings you experience during the Christmas season. This poem is about the good feelings we experience during the holidays doing ordinary, simple traditions. Psalm 23:6 - Only goodness and love will pursue me all the days of my life...

    Do you feel the joy when silver bells are ringing
    and when you hear the voices of Christmas carolers singing?
    Do you feel in awe of the night sky's brightest star,
    and feel the blessing that Christmas brings deep inside your heart?

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  7. 47. So Lucky Are The Angels

    Christmas is not the same without our younger son, a handsome, vibrant young man. He was recently taken by God and the angels to Heaven. Truly Christmas for our family and myself can and never will be the same, but we all believe my son is in Heaven with the angels now, and oh how very lucky those angels are to have such a loving precious soul in the midst of Heaven. My precious gift has become a gift to the angels in Heaven.

    Since you're gone, Christmas time will never be the same.
    When asked what I wish for, I can only speak your name.
    The only gift I ever want at Christmas time for me
    Is my precious, loving son beside my Christmas tree,

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  8. 48. Baby Jesus, Child Of Love

    Christmas is the most joyous season of love as we celebrate the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. This poem is a celebration of His birth.

    Baby Jesus, child of love,
    born of Mary, child of God,
    born this night to bring us light,
    God with us, Emmanuel.

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  9. 49. Gift Of Magic And Love

    I'm a proud Ohioan and big sister, and I hope my poetry touches you in a special way. I wrote this poem for all my friends and family members. This is my Christmas gift to all of them. I wanted to show through this poem that the best gifts come from the heart and that the smallest gift, say a Christmas wish, can mean the world to someone, especially those who are having a hard time this year or can't be home for Christmas.

    'Tis the season for warmth and cheer,
    To be with our family and those we hold dear.
    But what if we are miles away?
    What if we can't be there on Christmas day?

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  10. 50. Sweet Jesus Is Born

    My favorite time of year is the season of Christmas and the joyous celebration of the birth of sweet Jesus and the gifts of joy, peace, hope, and love that He brings to those who believe.

    Today is born sweet Jesus, the Lord.
    Let us be glad, let us rejoice.
    Today is born sweet Jesus, the Lord.
    Let us be glad, let us rejoice.

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  11. 51. Greatest Gifts

    When we lose someone very close, it's then that we realize the greatest gifts at Christmas are love and loved ones.

    It's not all about presents
    Laying under the tree.
    Trinkets made of gold
    Mean nothing to me.

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    I really loved this poem. What I love about this poem is its simplicity of what a true gift from the heart is all about. It’s just like Jesus was the gift of love to all the world from God,...

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  12. 52. Tiny Wooden Figures

    I wrote this song (yes, it has a melody) as a tribute to my late mother. It's about a special memory of when she gave me an old Nativity set she had gotten at a resale shop somewhere. I was just a little kid, and it didn't matter that the set was used and beat-up...it was mine. Now she celebrates Christmas in heaven every year, but I have this sweet memory that she forever left in my heart. Merry Christmas, Mom. I love you.

    Over in the corner, 'neath the Christmas tree's green,
    Are the tiny wooden figures, our Nativity scene.
    Each tells a story, each plays its part.
    Each holds a special place here in my heart.

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    I heard this song last night - Christmas Eve. The Renaissance Choir sang it beautifully at Guisborough Hall. It was the first time I had heard it and it brought tears to my eyes. I remembered...

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  13. 53. Mama's Christmas Miracle

    My mother means the world to me. She is fighting for her life because she has cancer. I wanted to honor her with this poem. She came from poverty beyond what most could imagine. When she was a little girl she wrote a letter to Santa. She didn't use postage. She just placed it in the mailbox. The mail man read the letter and got together with a local church to make mom's dream come true. Her dad was a very proud man that would not except charity, however, this one time he graciously accepted.

    Mama told me a story a long, long time ago, not like any that I'd ever heard,
    all about a little girl mama used to know, how I remember every word.
    Seems like a lifetime ago, though I remember it so well.
    It was a Christmas Eve I'll never forget as far as I can tell.

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  14. 54. The Old Christmas Card

    I found a very special old Christmas card in a box of stuff while packing to move. I stopped in my tracks and sat on the floor surrounded by boxes and opened cupboards. The card was from my beautiful Mum. She'd passed away three short years before. I was struck by the sheer beauty of the words. The card written by her shaky hand. I've still got that card and will always treasure it.

    I found a little Christmas card.
    ‘Twas in a box of stuff.
    I opened it and read it.
    Its verse was written thus.

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    Excellent. I lost my father 4 years ago, and ever since, I have been saving Christmas Cards given to me by my mother. At age 85, there is no guarantee she will be here this or next Christmas....

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  15. 55. A Christmas Blessing

    Everyone needs blessings, especially at Christmas. This poem is about the blessings of hope, love, joy, peace, and spending time with loved ones and Jesus during Christmas.

    May the grace of Christ bring you hope and joy,
    and may the peace of Christ be yours.
    May Jesus, the Lord, the miracle of God,
    fill your heart with Christmas love.

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  16. 56. Jesus

    The very essence of Christmas is the birth of our saviour, born a helpless baby in a filthy cattle shed, wrapped in swaddling clothing. So innocent, so vulnerable laying in his mother's arms, so perfect, so peaceful and beautiful. God gave us his most precious son to save us from our mortal sins. Jesus is the lamb, the lion, the bride and the light. May we find our peace in Him. Amen.

    Three wise men followed
    Yonder star that starry night
    Shepherds watched their flocks
    Angles sang with delight

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  17. 57. What Christmas Means To Me

    • By Goshen Z. Rahming
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2018

    This poem is about the time of Christmas and what it should mean when people talk about it. I was inspired to put some Christmas spirit into the hearts around the world. Enjoy.

    Imagine waking up to that cool winter air
    to see snow drifting and falling into your hair.
    To build snowmen and snow angels and get into snowball fights,
    and to snuggle in front of the fire that cool Christmas Eve night.

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  18. 58. A King

    A story read throughout the globe, a written account of a baby's journey, a story of love.

    Christmas, a time of wonder and joy,
    A time to celebrate the birth of a baby boy.

    A child innocent and true,

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  19. 59. What Christmas Means

    Christmas should be a time when people forget their problems and form a fellowship with one another because that is what Jesus wants. Everyone should be able to put aside their differences and live as a loving, Christ-centered family. Christmas is more than gifts; being surrounded with those you love is the greatest blessing you can have for your life.

    Christmas is a time when everyone gathers together
    To share love and bring hope of a light that will last forever.
    At a time like this, there's no such thing as being alone.
    When you're with the ones you love, you'll then learn to grow.

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  20. 60. My Christmas Wish

    • By Karen
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2007

    Holidays are a time for reflection on what could have been and also a time for new resolutions.

    Dear Santa,

    Christmas is coming, and I know I should be glad,
    But to tell the real truth, I am really, really sad.

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