A Christmas Wish - Poem by Monica Engeler
And so it is Christmas time.
Another twelve months are gone.
Where are you this Christmas?
I believe you set off on another life.
I see a glowing smile in my dreams.
My heart is calling you for the jubilee.
Please return home from your realm?
Things don’t look the way they seem.
I failed to see you for seven seasons.
A feast would be ideal for your return.
Forlorn eyes above see us having fun.
Come home, the bells toll for this reason.
I am sorry Christmas will be lonely again.
Bursts run down expressing the sadness.
Ring a ling; I have rung the bells anyway.
Rest peacefully with out any pain.
Merry Christmas and best wishes Dad,
And a very grand and Happy New Year.
Let there be peace and riches on earth,
And a new beginning that is not bad.
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