Donna Nimmo


Merry Christmas 2006 Poem by Donna Nimmo


Christmas is coming, will be so much love
In spirit mom will be here, from up above
My sons are coming home again this year
Maybe i can get through this without a tear

Christmas time has held so much pain before
I'm determined to be happy, and not make it a chore
I can't help thinking, about my mom
I'ts hard to believe, two years she's been gone

I'm going to fight depression as it tries to seep in
I'll be thanking god for my many blessings within
Just thinking about everything, could bring tears
We'll all be together, the past should've been buried for years

Christmas for me, means love and peace
Because in my life, i've been given a new lease
Wish the whole world, could just love for one day
Stop fighting and have peace, is what i pray

I've seen many miracles in my life
So maybe a miracle, could end world strife
Merry Christmas to each and everyone of you
I wish you happiness and that loves shines through!

Merry Christmas

Donna Nimmo
By Dogs4donna


© 2006 Dogs4donna (All rights reserved)

Submitted: Friday, December 08, 2006
Edited: Saturday, December 04, 2010

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