deanna buendia

(7/29/98-? / hospital)

The Season of Christmas


You hear trees rustle outside in the winter wind
Ornaments cling as you decorate the Christmas tree
Church bells ring as Christmas comes near

The season of Christmas is here

Your family talks while the food is served
Plates clink as they are passed down the table
Teeth chew on the delicious food you made

The season of Christmas is here

Your excitement grows and you rip the wrapping paper
Children laugh as they play with their new presents

The season of Christmas is here

Its time for bed and kids yawn
Toys crash together as they are put away

The season of Christmas was here

Submitted: Friday, January 06, 2012
Edited: Saturday, January 07, 2012

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