Poems About: CHRISTMAS
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229.(Love) From a Snowy Balcony in My Mind
Whether it be a sun-sparkle shine
Or a blizzard bleak grey,
Upon my frozen roses
Springs this Christmas Day, read more »K. Jared Hosein
230.Memories From Christmases Past
Precious memories from Christmases past,
Forever, in my mind, will last and last.
We’d hang paper chains and balloons from the ceiling,
To give our home a really lovely, Christmassy feeling. read more »Angela Wybrow
231.Christmas Pheasant -new-
Pitter-patter hear the raindrops
Falling on the ground read more »Randy Crossette
232.Christmas Without You
This is a sad day for me and the family
Someone so young was taken to heaven today
We could not stop God's calling
New angels were called to serve, but why so young read more »Michael Peterson
It may be Christmas time,
But theres something different
about this year. read more »GAYLE ANNE GOFF
234.What Was Christmas For?
What was Christmas truly for, as on the Season we close that door?
As a New Year for all starts, and the Christmas Season now departs.
Does the Christmas spirit depart, from each and every human heart?
As Christmas trim is tucked away, will the spirit in some hearts stay? read more »Bob Gotti
Recently I was asked
what I would like for Christmas,
afterall, it isn’t too far away.
Well, I rattled off a nice little list read more »bob barci
236.This Present Crisis
I'm afraid this one is past its sell by date, but if you can think yourself back to Christmas 2008, when I wrote it, you might just be able to appreciate it.
Santa's had to lay off all the elves, read more »Gil Tee
237.It’s Christmas and I Am So Very Happy
I am so happy, oh yes I am so happy,
And I don’t care what anybody else says.
I put a little Christmas tree on my shelf today,
I decorated it with bright shining lights, read more »Monica Engeler
Ten Christmas presents standing in a line;
Robert took the bicycle, then there were nine.
Nine Christmas presents ranged in order straight; read more »Carolyn Wells
239.When Christmas Comes
For thee, my small one--trinkets and new toys,
The wine of life and all its keenest joys,
When Christmas comes. read more »Virna Sheard
240.A Christmas Song
The children know where the cold wind blows and it snows
They write letters to a man, the North pole
In hopes a glimpse, to see him in his flight
Riding his sleigh, dressed in red, trimmed in white read more »Bill Simmons