Caitlin Wagner

Christmas - Poem by Caitlin Wagner

While the dark blanket of night covers the town
The coldness nipping at anyone out
The stars shining glory hidden by fake light
A warm yellow glow shows bright at night
Parents tucking their children in
Telling of what the next day will bring
Then as the blanket of night is removed
The children would wake and start to swoon
It's Christmas time it's Christmas time! they cheer
One of them sheds a warm little tear
They drink hot cocoa and munch on cakes
This is what happens on Christmas day...

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 10, 2011

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