Z.I. Mahmud


Christmas


Ding dong bell!
Ding dong bell!
It is the moment that has come to brighten our life
Yes it is Christmas
Golden Christmas!
Gold, pearls, diamonds, jems and jewels all that glitters here
Happiness is in the corner of every house door
The time for sharing letters
Letters of happiness, friendship, love are to be opened
It is the time to exchange flowers with all
Let us cut the Christmas cake
The X -Mas tree is ringing its bells
And X- Man is busy to see
When we open our Christmas presents sent by him
Sumptuous and splendid dishes are being prepared
Let us taste those foods and drinks
Yes it is the Merry Christmas! !

Submitted: Thursday, August 09, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 09, 2012
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