Christmas Poems Poetry

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christmas poems poetry

  • A holly wreath hung on the door,
    Or presents strewn across the floor,
    Tall Christmas tree with baubles bright,
    Which fills our hearts with such delight.
    Carols sung out in the snow,
    A Snowman built with eyes aglow,
    Crackers pulled, a song to sing,
    Candles lit, and bells that ring.
    Roasted turkey, which tastes divine,
    Rich, fruit cake, with an iced design,
    No, the most important reminder of all,
    Is the birth of a babe in an Ox’s stall.
  • Over in the corner, ‘neath the Christmas tree’s green,
    Are the tiny wooden figures, our Nativity scene.
    Each tells a story, each plays its part.
    Each holds a special place here in my heart.
    Down from the attic, unwrapped with great care,
    It just isn’t Christmas if they’re not there.
    They’re faded and dented, their paint chipped away,
    But the love they stand for is as fresh as today.
  • Its Christmas time again
    The season of renewal
    Love, faith, charity
    And all that is beautiful
    Chimes greatly in to every heart
    Beating in celebrations
    Of Spirit, togetherness, and affirmation.

  • it come around
    they ring up and down
    some have cup ring
    some sing
    you can tell
    its the holiday smell
    chestnut bust shell
    and
    CHRISTMAS BELLS
  • Christmas time is oh so near
    Children so excited you can hear them cheer
    Enthusiasm and excitement fill the air
    And people show love in how they care.
    Take the time to enjoy the season
    And be thankful for the reason.
  • When we were kids ourselves,
    We thought of Christmas time,
    To be just for us,
    Parents were not the prime.
    But now that we are older,
    We see that Christmas is great.
    Not just for young children,
    But for for us adults who love to celebrate.
  • Can anyone explain the glow of Christmas?
    Holidays are candles in the night.
    Rebirth comes from family and friends
    In one bright blur of food and talk that ends
    Still burning as a peaceful inner light.
    There is no way to substitute for Christmas.
    Miss it and no circumstance feels right.
    All my heart’s with you, yet I must miss this
    Season thick with love and rich delight.
  • Bright Christmas Stars shine on high,
    Golden stars in the wintery sky;
    Christmas candles in windows bright,
    Sends greetings into the night.

    While in our hearts the Christmas flame,
    Glows with a love like His who came;
    The infant Christ of lowly birth,
    To bring good will and peace to earth.

  • Look at a candy cane, what do you see?
    Stripes that are red like the blood shed for me!
    White for my Savior, Who’s sinless and pure!
    “J” is for Jesus, My Lord that’s for sure!
    Turn it around and a staff you will see,
    Jesus, my Shepherd, is coming for me!
  • I heard the bells on Christmas Day
    Their old, familiar carols play,
    And wild and sweet
    The words repeat
    Of peace on earth, good-will to men!

    And thought how, as the day had come,
    The belfries of all Christendom
    Had rolled along
    The unbroken song
    Of peace on earth, good-will to men!

  • Christmas comes with children singing,
    Christmas comes with sleigh bells ringing,
    Christmas comes with frosty nights,
    Christmas comes with snowball fights.
  • A squeak on the stairs.
    Could Santa be here?
    Better pull my blankets,
    Up to my ears.My door just opened
    Someone’s by my bed.
    It wasn’t Santa after all,
    Cause Mom just kissed my head.
  • The tempting gifts are tantalizing;
    About opening them, we are fantasizing.
    The holiday foods are appetizing;
    Our excitement and joy are growing and rising;
    Our hearts and minds are harmonizing;
    Jolly Christmas fun we’re maximizing!
  • I know now I shouldn’t be greedy,
    so, next year, I think you’ll be fine.
    Instead of a hundred new gadgets,
    I’m asking for just ninety nine.
  • What is Christmas?
    A time of year when you
    receive  presents, or
    a time of joy and love.
  • Poinsettia smiles in winter.
    People know Christmas is nearer.
    Yellow pistil with red leaves appear
    In all greeting cards every year.
  • Christmas Time is a time to share,
    The passing of another year.
    Birth of Jesus, a joyful prayer,
    To show loved ones how much we care.
  • As Santa came down,
    The chimney with care.
    Below was the fire,
    With a steaming hot flare.
    As Santa squirmed down,
    And his bottom was burned.
    He threw down the presents,
  • A hundred new gadgets to play with.
    I couldn’t be bothered to wait.
    The moment I plugged them all in, though,
    it blew every fuse in the state.
  • Christmas season, Christmas day
    Christmas list of Christmas wish, ey!
    Christmas gifts under Christmas tree
    Christmas feasts to be shared, it’s free!
  • Mama told me a story a long long time ago not like any that I’d ever heard,
    all about a little girl mama used to know, how I remember every word.
    Seems like a lifetime ago, though I
  • Oh little child in Africa
    do you know its Christmas time
    soon the star of Bethlehem will shine
  • Every time people forget their differences
    And realize their love for each other
    That is Christmas
  • Heap on more wood! – the wind is chill;
    But let it whistle as it will,
    We’ll keep our Christmas merry still.
  • Mom says the hippo would eat me up, but then
    Teacher says a hippo is a vegetarian
  • When they found her Christmas morning’
    At the scene of the attack
    There were hoof prints on her forehead
    And incrimination’ Claus marks on her back .
  • I made it some pajamas,
    And a pillow for its head,
    Then last night it ran away,
    But first – it wet the bed!
    The stockings that hung
    In a neat little row
    Now boast a hole in
    Each one of the toes.
  • As Christmas time arrives,
    We think of you and smile;
    Your friendship is the gift
    We think most worthwhile.
  • The packages are pretty
    Underneath the tree,
    But what we value most
    Is your ability.
  • To bring joy to our lives
    In everything you do,
    Enriching time together
    Just by being you.

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