Patricia Williams

Rookie (02/19/1953 / Fort Dodge Iowa)

It's Christmas Time - Poem by Patricia Williams

Snowflakes glide gently down and begin to pile on the sidewalk
Children look through store windows and begin to rapidly talk
The strains of oldtime Christmas Carols are playing in the street
While moms are baking cookies and other things that are sweet
It must be almost time for the sound of sleigh bells ringing
While at church choirs are practicing their very best singing

Bell ringers are guarding their red pots and thanking givers
While the wind and the snow is sending many with shivers
The lines to see Santa reach a long way through the store
While dad is checking his list and heading out the door
TV specials are the ones that we have seen and loved for years
Charlie Brown, Rudolph and George Bailey can still bring tears

Chistmas is a family time and we miss those not at home
Those away and can't get back wish they had never roamed
We remember our servicement with care packages and love
An pray they they sell be safe and protected by God up above
Snowflakes keep falling and start to take on a scene familiar
While the people stop and listen to the Christmas Carolers

So give your family members an extra hug this year
And show your family some extra special Chistmas cheer.
The days of the Christmas holiday pass quickly by
And you need to form good memories or at least try
Don't take this time for granted or family members
Some may not see many more Decembers
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 21, 2009

Poem Edited: Monday, December 21, 2009


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