City Christmas - Poem by louis rams
It’s a city Christmas with decorations everywhere
Children waiting to see Santa and his reindeer
The stores and malls are lit up with lights
It’s a “ childs delight “.
The red kettles where you make donations
Is a poor mans salvation.
People in the malls are searching around
For the best presents to be found.
It’s Christmas time and birds are singing
Children laughing and church bells ringing
A blanket of snow is on the ground
As the children hear that familiar sound
Of other children on the street building a fort
For a snowball fight - “ boy oh boy “ what a sight.
The building complexes look like a garland retreat
With mats in the entrances to wipe their feet.
No signs of the snow stopping in sight
This is the city childs delight.
The girls are all indoor bound playing with the
Barbie and ken dolls they found.
Sleds are being taken out from underneath their beds
And to the park the children will head.
They know where the tallest hill can be found
As the snow continues to fall on the ground.
Come and visit our city malls and have
Yourself a city Christmas ball.
© L, RAMS 120215
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