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Lisa Treweek


Christmas Time (Take 2)


Come One, Come All!
Put up all the Christmas balls
Christmas time is here
Pass Around the cheer

Listen to the children run
Everyone is having fun
Singing a christmas song
Family stories so long

Christmas time is here at last
Remembering people from our past
Bring out the Christmas tree
Memories all running free

Hear the laughter of girls and boys
Excited to play with all their toys
Running to and fro
Mistletoe is strung so low

Christmas time is already here
Nice to hear your voice so clear
To connect with you electronically
To see your pictures internationally

So spread the wealth of the connection
The speed of the affection
Start a wave of warmth
That fills our hearts
Even though we maybe worlds apart.

Submitted: Monday, December 24, 2012

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inspired by 'Christmas Time' by Geneen Alyssa Meyers poem on this sight.

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