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Christmas poems

by • December 22, 2012 • Children Poems, Christmas Poems, Rhyming PoemsComments (4)5267

Christmas Poem

Each year a miracle enters our door

As the cutlery dances on the table
And you inhale that breath taking fume
Mary and Joseph sat in that old stable
Waiting for Jesus to be born soon

Children write lists for what they lack
Knowing that Santa is on his way
Traveling on the little donkey’s back
They looked for a quiet place to stay

Celebration and joy filled the air around
The most festive season by far
The three wise men traveled the ground
following that big bright star

With presents and cards, a day to remember
Carols, decoration and so much more
Jesus was born on the 25th of December
And each year a miracle enters our door

©2012 Marinela Reka

christmas poem, marinela reka

 

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4 Responses to Christmas Poem

  1. ashok says:

    Merry Christmas!!!!

  2. Pietro says:

    A fine poem indeed!
    I hope you’ve had a Joyful Christmas, Marinela!

  3. One of the loveliest Christmas poems I’ve read so far!

  4. Garry Ford says:

    I only browsed through this quickly. I Love this and will get back to this.
    I am a male but I know persons who would enjoy this site as well as some who need to have a look.
    Thank you much.
    Love and peace to you and yours.
    g

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