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  1. A Precious Christmas Memory

    Christmas Tradition With My Dad

    In the damp, dusty cellar, surrounded by boxes,
    Our excitement just grows without measure.
    Searching and sorting with loud shouts of glee,
    As we uncovered the grand Christmas treasure.

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  3. Blessings And Good Tidings

    Tidings On Christmas Eve

    Rows of houses blanketed with snow.
    Christmas lights lucent and aglow.
    A reindeer, a sleigh, like artwork on display.
    Stories unraveling, brass bells ringing,

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    Though I live in Australia, I can picture the scene in my mind's eye. It's reminiscent of a Charles Dickens scene from Scrooge. I love the poem and appreciate the words and talent of the poet.

  4. Spread The Word (A Shepherd's Christmas Story)

    The stars shone bright one silent night when shepherds saw a brilliant light.
    They heard the angels sing their song, "The Lord, the Savior has been born.
    In swaddling clothes You'll find the babe within a manger filled with hay."
    The angels sang:

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  6. Santa's Gift

    Santa As The Embodiment Of Joy

    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.

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  7. Two Christmas Blessings From Above!

    Loss, Grief, Blessings And Miracles

    Once upon a Christmas time, not very long ago,
    was a loving family that lost all Christmas glow.
    Tears of sadness filled the air; no more merriment or cheer.
    Loss and grief of loved ones gone, so hard to bear and carry on,

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  8. My Childhood Christmas Memories

    My childhood Christmas memories always make me smile.
    I'll often drift to long ago and stay there for a while.
    Remember singing carols long before the date?
    Of counting days from Halloween, I really couldn't wait.

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  10. Listening For Santa

    Poem About Child Waiting For Santa

    A squeak on the stairs.
    Could Santa be here?
    Better pull my blankets
    Up to my ears.

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    A falling sound in the chimney. Could it be Old St. Nick? Better pull my covers and go to sleep.

  11. Christmas Is Here

    Christmas Traditions

    Cold days and hard long nights.
    Trees shimmed with tiny lights,
    Their branches pointing ever high,
    Reaching for the midnight sky.

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  12. Three Empty Chairs

    Remembering Lost Loved Ones At Christmas

    There are now three empty chairs at the Christmas table.
    It's a time I find difficult, even unable

    To find joy on this family day.

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  13. Christmas Past, Present And Future

    Remembering A Loved One At Christmas

    Christmas Past, Present & Future....

    Present

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    In 2012, my husband's ex-wife moved their 2 children (ages 17 & 15) out of state, 1500 miles away without communicating to him it was going to happen. He would sit on the sofa & cry daily for...

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