Jessica Goudreault

Rookie (New Hampshire)

Merry Christmas, Baby Poem by Jessica Goudreault


Christmas is here
We can spend it together
This December twenty-fifth
We will always remember

You're first on my Christmas list this year
To hold you in my arms right here
Unlike other Christmas gifts
Our love cannot be wrapped in a bow
Because as others know
Our love continues to grow and grow

I'll write our names in the snow
With hearts all around
Etched until the snow fades away
Though it melts, our love will stay

I can kiss you under the mistletoe
On your cheek, or on your nose
You're free to kiss me wherever we go

Money is spent on roses and rings
Though they are meaningful things
Words and touch are just as great
Except that they will never break

You are my Christmas wish
My Christmas dream
The perfect gift given to me

I love you with my heart, soul, and all of my life
Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight

Submitted: Friday, May 29, 2009

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