Denise Poole

Christmas Begins With Christ

A velvet sky, a starry night,
Blankets of snow, twinkles of light.
Sounds of music fill the air,
Gifts of love, wrapped in care.
Love ones gather from far and near,
To celebrate this time of year.
Behold each one face to face,
In all their wonder, all their grace.
Bubbles of laughter, echoes of joy,
All began with one small boy.
Born in a manger, lying in hay,
Changed the world that first Christmas day.
Ever so humble, this king was He,
Came to save the world, to set us free.
Oh, how He loves us, each precious one,
Jesus lived and died, God's only son.
So however you celebrate this 'Christmas' season,
Never, never forget, 'Christ' is the reason.

Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 23, 2007
Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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Comments about Christmas Begins With Christ by Denise Poole

  • Meggie Gultiano (9/23/2007 10:41:00 PM)

    yes, Denise..Jesus is the reason for the celebration..i have also a poem like this..THE REASON FOR THE CELEBRATION....
    thanks, Denise for the sharing..this is nice
    hugs,
    meggie

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