Christmas Poems

Christmas Poems Page 1
- A collection of short poems.

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- Christmas For All Ages
- God Bless
- It's Christmas Time
- Santa Claus Is Coming
- Christmas Is A Time
- On This Happy Birthday
- Here Is Joy
- Do You Believe
- Sweetly Chime


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- My Christmas Wish To YOU
- May You Always
- A Childs Wish
- The Three Kings of Cologne
- God Bless Us Every One


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- Born In A Manger
- A Time For Joy
- If Only
- A Holiday Wish
- At Christmas Time
- The Birth Of Christ


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- The Christmas Star
- He Stands Among Us Still!
- All That Is Christmas
- Christmas Is . . .
- The Eve of Christmas


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- Time For Giving
- What Christmas Means To Me
- Words To Consider About Giving
- Christmas Fun
- Are You Willing


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- The Perfect Christmas Song
- A Christmas Without Despair
- When I Think of Christmas
- Sly Santa Claus


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- Years of Christmas Time
- Traditions
- December Days
- A Christmas Carol For Children


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- Christmas Time
- The Stable
- Fear Not
- Christmas


The Christ In Christmas
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer, 2017

How can you take Christ out of Christmas
What meaning would there be
For truly it is Jesus who is the reason
for this special season you see.

Those who want to say happy holiday
should be reminded this I say,
you can find Holy there
and that should be our prayer.

And further still you say, Santa Claus,
well, he was a Christian leader too
by the name of Saint Nicholas
who helped others all year through.

So as hard as you may try
There is no reason why
we would have Christmas time
without Jesus in our mind.


Still Stops Our World
Catherine Pulsifer 2015


Christmas a time for children
That is for certain
But for others
It is time to love your brothers.
A time where we do see peace,
Where fighting actually does cease.
Giving gifts and sharing with all,
When the world seems anew.
Like that first Christmas morn,
When Jesus was born.
A miracle that happened long ago,
Still stops our world and shines a glow.



The Peace of Christmas
Catherine Pulsifer 2017


As Christmas comes near the world changes
we see people's attitudes and caring ways.
People helping people really doing their best
To ensure this Christmas is one that will bring happiness.
A time of the year when the heart is open
To help others and to love one another.
If only this attitude could last all year long
Our world would be so much more peaceful
And happiness would be for all.



Why Do The Bells of Christmas Ring
Poet: Eugene Field


Why do the bells of Christmas ring?
Why do little children sing?

Once a lovely shining star,
Seen by shepherds from afar,
Gently moved until its light
Made a manger's cradle bright.

There a darling baby lay,
Pillowed soft upon the hay;
And its mother sung and smiled:
"This is Christ, the holy Child!"

Therefore bells for Christmas ring,
Therefore little children sing.



Christmas
Poet: M. Nora Boylan


C  is for the Christ who came
     To this lowly earth.
H  is for the harps that rang
     At our Saviour's birth.
R  is for the ringing bells,
     Telling Christmas-tide.
I  is for the crystal ice
     Where we go to slide.
S  is for the schoolboy's sled
     When he coasting goes.
T  is for poor Tommy Jones
     Jack Frost bit his nose.
M  is for the merry part
     Of this Christmas day,
A  is for the apple pies
     Grandma put away.
S  is for old Santa Claus,
     Coming here to-night.


A Christmas Message
Poet: Julie Hebert 2015


I have a message for you,
And I do believe it's grand.
During this Christmas Season,
It's time to take a stand.

Remember the reason for Christmas,
And what it represents.
Jesus, loving and welcoming,
It's not just about presents.

So take this Christmas message,
And pass it far and wide.
Christmas is a time for caring,
Let's share this message, amplified.



Old Santa Claus
Poet: Maud L. Betts


Old Santa Claus is a jolly man
Who brings us lots of toys, sir;
And none are happier Christmas time
Than little girls and boys, sir.

Have you not seen our Santa Claus,
With hair so snowy white, sir?
Just hang your stocking Christmas eve,
He'll come that very night, sir.

And if you watch, perhaps you'll see
This friend in furs hid deep, sir.
But I have never seen him once
I'm always fast asleep, sir.

Santa Claus is jolly, sir;
Santa Claus is kind, sir;
Santa Claus on Christmas eve
Comes riding on the wind, sir.

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