Jacquie StewartHeimann

Holidays Shared - Poem by Jacquie StewartHeimann

Marley watches from the snow
People walking by
Hands are full of gifts and food
He heaves a gentle sigh

He puts his nose against the door
And watches in the room
Twinkling lights, the fragrant tree
Poinsettias in bloom

People gather on the floor
Zany games are dared
Gifts are given, laughter rings
Memories are shared

A crackling fire on the hearth
Warmth spreads all around
Glasses clink, toasts are made
In all a joyous sound

The food is eaten, drinks are gone
The evening winds down
The celebrations ending
For this Christmas hound

People head back to their cars
In the starry night
But they greet him as they pass
It bathes his heart in light

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 22, 2009

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