Nimmy.K Alilakuzhyil


Yuletide


When cool Zephyr blows
In sunny days of December
Soothing my body and soul
I feel Christmas is near

When budding fruits and flowers
Ornament greenery of earth
Promising bright future ahead
I hear Christmas bells ringing somewhere,

Walking down snow covered streets
Luster of luminous lights adorn both sides
Wiping out darkness from my path
I know Christmas secret is unfolding,

Looking at beautiful folks
Occupied in making it special
Preparations, decorations everywhere
I see Christmas spirit spreading around.

When Santa and friends visit my vestibule
Singing carols and sharing sweets
Wishing this bliss, never wither away
I feel Christmas joy filling my heart.

Listening to holy mass
In milky silent holy night
Dear and near ones, close to heart
I pray may yuletide magic lasts a lifetime

Submitted: Thursday, December 31, 2009
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