Carly Almonde

Rookie (1990- / New York)

Christmas Cheer - Poem by Carly Almonde

Christmas cheer
is in the air
breathe it in
breath it out
like a newborn child
just arrived
the Christmas spirit
is alive
sugar cookies
and tart apple pies
Ornaments hanging from branches,
the smell of the sweet pine on our noses
the family is together,
for the first time
in the year
everyone is laughing,
everyone is full of Christmas Cheer

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 22, 2005

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