Ellirie Aviles


A Christmas Poem


A dozen of months passed by
Date agree with manganese
Year by year it never dies
Season where love's abyss

'twas the most awaited of all
Time when snow flakes fall
Unknowingly spending all things
Unconsciously valuing everything

It has come at last!
The long await is over!
He was busy & fast
The man in red was undercover.

Down the chimneys he go
That's what movies show.
Yet unseen, remain he in red.
'twas just faith in which he's fed.

Gifts everywhere!
Giving is the essence!
All we have, we proudly share.
As it came, it brings remembrance.

As I walk the roads, All I hear
was Carols and tintinabulations.
As I smile for all with no fear,
For the friends now in acquisition.

A Blissful Christmas
A peaceful Christmas
A Merry Christmas
A hopeful Christmas

That's what it's meant to be
That's how I want it always to be.
That's how it'll be forever.
But all I want's to see us together.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 26, 2012

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  • Freshman - 1,059 Points Tony Karas (12/26/2012 5:19:00 AM)

    Very nicely done. Hope your Christmas was a peaceful and joyous one filled with love and good things. (Report) Reply

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