Treasure Island

Jacob Guinn

(05-18-1994 / San Ramon, California)

Christmas Time

Sitting on a bench at night
Hearing voices but no one in sight
The people are calling
The snow is falling
Lighting up the sky
As I'm watching planes fly by
It's finally here
The best time of the year
Snow covered roads
And the windows are froze
Hot-chocolate in the morning
And presents at night
What can get better than this?
I could never forget this

Sitting inside the house on Christmas Eve night
The snow is seen in sight
In the corner of my eyes, snow is falling down
Nobody is in town
Everyone is at home
Watching T.V., whatever is shown
Listening to Christmas Carols
Or even the Jingle Bells
Living life like its the last
Thinking nothing of the past
I can't believe its already here
The most wonderful time of the year.

Submitted: Sunday, April 01, 2012
Edited: Sunday, April 01, 2012

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  • C.F Francis (7/3/2012 9:28:00 PM)

    this poem is just beautful, i love the fact that the persona enjoying the atmosphere but has no one to share it with. i love it..i could write an essay on this (Report) Reply

  • Samantha Boatwood (5/30/2012 5:54:00 AM)

    I love this poem, so light and happy it put a smile
    On my face, Christmas is the best time.. Love it well done (Report) Reply

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