Monica Engeler

Rookie - 231 Points (05/31/1962 / NJ)

And So Let It Be Christmas - Poem by Monica Engeler

I want this Christmas to be meaningful
One that will last a life time
So come home and share my holiday tonight
Let it be Christmas this year, and let it be rejoiceful

Outside the weather was cold
Snow fell all through the land
Perfect for a warm fire to anew your hands
Maybe roast some chestnuts over the coal

Along the journey, one heard carolers singing words of praise
Noel, Noel bring a wonderful birth this way
Noel it is Christmas and a time to pray
The long trip came to an end with out being afraid

Welcome home and let Christmas start with your presence
Let’s garnish the tree with ornaments and lights
Wrap all the presents and place them safely for overnight
What a beautiful tree it is now with all its essence

Come let’s circle around the tree
It’s time to give thanks for this gathering
God bless everyone for everything
Let Christmas arrive with all its glee

The Christmas bells rang its greetings outside
Christmas morn has finally arrived for all
Smiling faces glowed at all the gifts, small and tall
Yes, everybody it is Christmas time

As the presents were opened one by one
Faces of joy sparkled for all to see
The joy of happiness brought tears before me
This was a special Christmas for everyone

Christmas always brings some kind of recurrence
Weather it be this Christmas or last year
Coming home for the holidays and have family near
But most of all, just being well is the greatest importance

Merry Christmas this December
And Happy New Year
Let there be peace on earth and no fear
And with many treasured thoughts to remember

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, December 12, 2005

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