Poems About: CHRISTMAS
Poems on / about :
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217.2nd christmas without you!
My little christmas,
with Dad, sister and Brother,
another christmas passes,
still without my mother, read more »Emma Jane Rae
218.The Most Beautiful Songs of the Year
The most beautiful songs of the year
Are around the Christmas time
When love's true love and sparking here
In winter's cold frosty prime read more »Peter S. Quinn
219.The Best Christmas Present
Christmas morning I wake up
and open my Christmas presents.
I got an iPod, money, shoes, and many shiny things. read more »Lost Sierra
Crowds of people shopping, here and there
A white blanket of snow everywhere
Pretty lights all aglow
Red, white, yellow, blue, and green read more »Sarah Rodenburg
221.(Love) From a Snowy Balcony in My Mind
Whether it be a sun-sparkle shine
Or a blizzard bleak grey,
Upon my frozen roses
Springs this Christmas Day, read more »K. Jared Hosein
Christmas, full of joy, happiness, and love;
Surrounded by families, friends, and loved ones;
Yet, this christmas is far too lonely. read more »Petra Soliman
223.Christmas, His Masque (extract)
Why Gentlemen, doe you know what you doe? ha!
Would you ha'kept me out? Christmas, old Christmas?
Christmas of London, and Captaine Christmas? read more »Ben Jonson
Was at a friends the other day
And had 3 games of pool
Of course he beat me didn’t he
He made me feel a fool read more »Don Pengilly
There is a time in the year where everybody comes together
Were everyone is happy and joyful
God has blessed us with this time
This time is Christmas time. read more »Matthew Gormley
To all those have spirit,
Have a jolly day,
And never forget. read more »Alicia Meyers
The end of the year has come....
The last month of the year has come....
The joy of Christmas has come to each of us....
Happiness for the born of Jesus Christ our Savior to the world.... read more »Marlon Irwan Ranti
228.In honour of a Little Boy who became an Angel just before Christmas
The lights are down this Christmas
The stars refuse to shine
The angels seem to have flown away
As the bells they sadly chime read more »Dennisa Davidson