Paul (ChryWizard) Posney


(a Poetic) Merry Christmas! - Poem by Paul (ChryWizard) Posney

Children stop waiting, last month of the year
For them it’s a sign... Christmas is here!
Across the whole world, all over this earth
It's a reminder, of Jesus’s birth

Children all smile, as Jingle Bells ring
On radio, and in real life, Carolers sing
People with containers, where ever you live
Hope we are inspired, with the spirit to give

Hometown everywhere, House's covered with lights
So, take the family out, and see them at night
Decorated for the season, it's really a show
The look in children’s eyes, makes it; worth it to go

The spirit of Christmas makes my heart smile
I wish it would last longer, at least for awhile
It's better to give, then it is to receive
Most won't admit it, but they too believe

When Christmas shopping, buy one extra gift
Making a child’s day, gives the heart a big lift
Nothing to costly, maybe ten bucks that’s you've got
In the spirit of giving; give to… Toys for tots

Smile to a stranger, hold a door for someone
Christmas is for giving, give kindness for fun
This poem is my... Christmas gift, tho be it small
I wish you MERRY CHISTMAS, and...
Peace on Earth to us all!

©2011 Paul (ChryWizard) Posney

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 8, 2011



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