Christmas Poem - Poem by William McGehee
Yuletide thoughts begin to stir
A fire, warm, beneath the whir
Of passing cars and hurried feet
Moving in a modern blur.
And merry hearts provide a beat
For carolers upon the street
Spreading forth their loving cheer
To anyone they chance to meet.
Soon bells will sound for all to hear,
Marking time in voices clear
Summoning in golden tones
The coming of another year.
Than each man his fortune owns
With hope anew inside him sown
Such as he has seldom known,
Such as he has seldom known.
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