Randy McClave

(Ashland, Kentucky)

Christmas Night


Christmas bells they all are ringing
Children choirs everywhere are singing
As we all heard of the star shining bright
So with happiness we sing for that light
As tonight, it is Christmas night.

Christmas songs are being sung
Church bells everywhere are being rung
I see happiness and joy and delight
The lawns now are snow covered white
As tonight, it is Christmas night.

Christmas drinks are now being poured
For the rich man and also the poor
We all hope to see a happy sight
We feel compassion with all of our might
As tonight, it is Christmas night.

Christmas lights they are blinking
Holiday toasts people are drinking
The world is happy and loud and not quite
We all have received a soulful invite
As tonight, it is Christmas night.

Christmas kisses to all are given
No ones soul is ever unforgiven
Together hymns and songs we will recite
We know our wrongs, but we try to do right
As tonight, it is Christmas night.

Christmas hopes are being made
Christmas wishes are being prayed
Once long ago a newborn child had cried
Now we feel that warmth and joy inside
As tonight, it is Christmas night.

Randy L. McClave

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013

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