Treasure Island

Matthew Holloway

(10 June 1978 / Cheshire, England)

The annual obligatory festive write 2012


The annual obligatory festive write 2012
~
tis the season once more
to gather together in celebration
where friends and family
come together to bid farewell
to the year now past
a look ahead to new beginnings
glasses raised, a toast made
to love and all that's important
where songs are sung aloud
jokes shared, memories made
to health, well being, the greater good
to children's laughter echoing
where darker nights roll in
and a frost or snow comes calling
walls decorated in beautiful colour
lights lit and fires blazing
rooms filled until busting
to all I know and love
happy Christmas and new year
I wish you all the best
you are amazing
x x

Submitted: Sunday, December 02, 2012
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