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Saturday, 15 December 2007

Merry Christmas

Excitement fills the air with a sense of wonder

What is this magical spell that I'm under

A feeling of merriment, of goodwill and love

It's as blissful as looking at the stars up above

Children excited and giddy with glee

Happily sitting there, on Santa's knee

His little helpers with presents at hand

Together they form a fantasy land

Children wishing for their hearts delight

As Santa's sleigh glides through the skies of the night

Church bells are ringing to gather the clan

To sing songs together to tell of a man

who was born in a stable, no room at the Inn

This is where stories of Christmas begin

But Christmas for me is the time that I treasure

All the good things in life that give me great pleasure

My children, my family, my friends and my schemes

My very existence, my hopes and my dreams

I hope that this Christmas, you're dreams will come true

Merry Christmas Have a good one, that's my wish for you

8 comments:

justplainbill said...

Patrica, very nice poem, well done.
I wish you and your a very Merry Chtistmas. also, Bill

gaboatman said...

Patricia
Great job on the poem, I really enjoyed it.  Merry Christmas to you and yours and I hope you are having a very Happy Holiday Season.
Sam

nightmaremom said...

Beautiful!!!  Merry Christmas to you my friend
love ya
d

ukgal36 said...

beautiful!
Thanks again for my card..
Peace on earth to you...
Lyn

pharmolo said...

Have a good Christmas yourself, Pat :-)

haileen2003 said...

Wishing you the Best Christmas
Love you with Stevie 'White Christmas'....
Aileen....X
http://journals.aol.co.uk/haileen2003/wishing-and-hoping

zoepaul6968 said...

merry xmas to you too hun xx zoe xxxxxxx
http://journals.aol.co.uk/zoepaul6968/domestic-chaos/

luddie343 said...

Patrice you have such sweet simple ways of telling a story, one couldn't miss the meaning.  I envy you your spirit of goodwill and magic this season, and thank you for sharing with us, some of whom have misplaced that feeling or perhaps, have no reason to look for it.  You're a dear.  CATHY