Carolyn Ford Witt

Rookie - 39 Points (1943 / Indiana USA)

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU


-* MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU * -

The twinkling lights, of Christmas scenes,
Strewn across the countryside;
As the family takes it's ever famous,
Night before Christmas ride.

You'll see, baby Jesus in the manger,
With Mary and Joseph standing near.
Santa's sleigh is by the chimney
And, there in front, his eight reindeer.

There's a snowman and a snoopy
With children playing there with glee.
And there are presents sprightly piled
Neath the snowy Christmas Tree.

Luminaries dancing along the walks
Lighting pathways up the hill
While Carolers sing for everyone
Sprinklings of snowflakes can't break their will.

Then slowly we'll drive back to our home in A land that is so free
Snuggling in our bed to dream of a Babe upon the hay
Then we'll wake up in the morning, to presents neath the tree;
And please remember- our Blessed Lord's sweet CHRIST-mas Day.

Have a Merry Christmas My friends.

Author: Carolyn Ford Witt

©12-11-05
Miss Caroline

Submitted: Thursday, October 22, 2009
Edited: Monday, March 11, 2013

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