Elusive Conclusive


My Number One Christmas


What I want for Christmas is something you can not see,
It’s the love of a special lady who means the world to me

Waking up on Christmas day with you laying next to me,
This is my ideal Christmas it would seem just like a fantasy

At Christmas time we give presents, eat and drink which is grand,
But the only thing I want is for you to hold my hand

Pulling crackers, telling jokes and family games are fun,
Having you by my side would make this my Christmas number one

Watching telly in the afternoon of repeated films from the past,
Cuddling up to you on the sofa is all that I ask

Waving goodbye to all the family at the end of a long day,
Knowing its now just me and you to tidy up, clean the dishes and put them away

Another Christmas over its now all part of the past,
It’s still my favourite Christmas although long it didn’t last

Turning off the lights and going up to bed
Giggling about the silly things we done and I probably said

As we cuddle up under the covers I watch you drift off to sleep,
I wonder why can’t this moment last for at least a week

As I cuddle up to you and slowly close my eyes,
I think this is my best Christmas ever because it’s with you and that’s something I can’t deny.

Submitted: Monday, December 21, 2009

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