Christmas Lights - Poem by Marilyn Lott
Thanksgiving is now over
And holidays take another turn
We drag out those Christmas lights
For we all love to see them burn
Don’t you enjoy traditions?
They sure do take us back
Passed down to generations
Like Santa’s Christmas snack
Brilliant lights are everywhere
At home and in the stores
They glisten and they sparkle
While we do our shopping chores
They are even strung across
Busy streets in town
Music blends in everywhere
Oh, I love that Christmas sound
It’s a time when little children
Try so hard not to get in fights
Their behavior starts to change
Seeing those Christmas Lights!
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