Emily Casbourn


Gifts - Poem by Emily Casbourn

If you were told that gifts were proper
You wouldn't ignore it
From the beginning of time
We have all shared our stories
Presents came just after
A little note her with some chocolate
A kiss with a hug too

If you couldn’t imagine giving
Would you want anything?
If someone handed you a gift
You would be like what is it

Without gifts to give
The world might end
Or so you might think
It wouldn't end
Gifts are sometimes meaningless
Just something for the occasion

Made gifts are always wanted more
It came from the heart
That is the reason why

Gifts gifts gifts
Nothing more then gifts
Look around in stores
Wrapping it up some more

Gifts are wonderful to receive
It is even better to give something in return
It is like taking a breath
It feels absolutely right

Gifts the season openers
Birthday surprises too

Gifts mean something
Gifts aren't for everyone though
Not everyone can afford them

Give a gift from the heart
The easiest one of all
It is inexpensive and nice
A loving device

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 11, 2010


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