Treasure Island

Ron Tranmer


Don't Have A Happy Holiday


We won’t wish you Seasons Greetings
or a Happy Holiday.
We won’t write Merry Xmas
because the “X” takes Christ away.

We celebrate our Saviors birth
around our Christmas tree,
and wish a “Merry Christmas”,
to our friends and family.

We love our Lord and Savior
and find joy in His name,
and Christmas without “Christ”
would never be the same.

In celebrating Christmas
Don’t take Christ’s name away.
Wish all a “MERRY CHRISTMAS”
Not a Happy Holiday.

MERRY CHRISTMAS! ”

Submitted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013

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This poem describes my feelings about replacing Merry Christmas with Happy Holidays.

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