Treasure Island

Saumya Gilra

(Rajasthan)

Christmas Time


when you see sparkling lights
of green, red, gold and white
you will know its Christmas time
and hear the Christmas bells chime,

when from the skies snow falls down
a white blanket will cover the town
you will know its Christmas time,

when the children sing carols aloud
right before a welcoming crowd
you will know its Christmas time
and see delacacies covered with thyme,

when you see people giving the needy
and have really stopped being greedy
you will realize that when its Christmas time
giving others is whats prime

Submitted: Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 09, 2014

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