Phil Soar

Gold Star - 48,920 Points (28.06.1952)

Another Christmas Time - Poem by Phil Soar

It begins in maybe August time, and builds to a crescendo
The lights go on, the trees go up, and out come innuendos
Lots of jokes of Santa and his elves, and Rudolph too
Some of them quite comical, and others rather blue

And as the season marches on, the children make the scene
Asking for the world, and almost getting everything
While parents try to implement some calmness to the joy
As happiness is well expressed, in every girl and boy

Wherever there's a pantomime, there'll be someone behind you
With jingle bells and turkey smells, and flashing lights to blind you
And all around the Christmas tree, the family will attend
Until the gifts are opened and they're driven around the bend

With noises that get louder as the kids rip open toys
Dolls for girls and combs for curls, and shoot em ups for boys
It's only as the day moves on, the tiredness will kick in
And old ones get relief from all the joy and constant din

The year will soon come to a close, a brand new one begins
A time for resolutions, and regrets for last years sins
And a hope for lasting peace, and for our lives to get a lift
But a pleasing tone, we're not alone, and our lives are such a gift

Topic(s) of this poem: christmas


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2015



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