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9 Short Christmas Poems

  1. Let Every Day Be ChristmasChristmas is forever, not for just one day,
    for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away
    like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf.
    The good you do for others is good you do yourself.

    By Norman W. Brooks

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  2. A Christmas WishI’d like a stocking made for a giant,
    And a meeting house full of toys,
    Then I’d go out in a happy hunt
    For the poor little girls and boys;
    Up the street and down the street,
    And across and over the town,
    I’d search and find them everyone,
    Before the sun went down.

    By Eugene Field

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  3. Things just turn for youThings just turn more sweet
    Its your turn to greet
    As Christmas is about to begun
    As Christmas will be a lot of fun
    Yes are you prepared for the big day
    That would eventually come
    Are you prepared for the big day
    Christmas is coming let the fun begin!

    By Unknown Author

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  4. There is a cheerThere is cheer within the heart
    As its going to be a wonderful start
    Of the spirit of Christmas and more
    With love of family and fun galore
    Yes the Christmas is one the way
    So be prepared to have your say
    As you will have a good time that day
    Christmas fun has already begun!

    By Unknown Author

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  5. Cookies baking in the kitchen-
    The smell floats through the air;
    Mom is making
    Christmas with her usual merry flair
    The house she gaily decorated,
    Each gift she stiched with love,
    And we’ll gather around the
    Christmas tree for an evening of old-fashioned fun
    This evening she’ll sing a carol for us With her angel’s voice.
    Yes, Mom is making Christmas- A true reason to rejoice.

    By Vicky A. Luong

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  6. For Lord loves all, forgets no one,
    Good or bad, wise or undone.
    Christmas is a time for love and fun,
    A time to give your heart to everyone.The Christmas bells we love to ring,
    To celebrate the birth of a newborn King!Christmas is a special time,
    For funny games and laughter,
    Bringing happy memories
    To treasure ever after.The snow is on the trees
    And ice covers the seas,
    The choir of angels sings
    About the joy that Christmas brings!

    Christmas is allowing God to be born,
    Within hearts of men of all other the world!

    At Christmas time, more than ever,
    It’s nice to greet you two together
    And send my wish so fine and true
    This holy evening just to you!

    By Unknown Author

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  7. Holly And IvyHolly and Ivy made a great party,
    Who should have the mastery
    In lands where they go.
    Then spake Holly, “I am fierce and jolly,
    I will have the mastery
    In lands where we go.”

    Then spake Ivy, “I am loud and proud,
    And I will have the mastery
    In lands where we go.”

    Then spake Holly, and set him down on his knee,
    “I pray thee, gentle Ivy, say me no villany
    In lands where we go.”

    By Unknown Author

    Read source at : http://www.reindeerland.org/christmas-poems/holly-and-ivy.htm

  8. Holy angels, and blestHoly angels, and blest,
    Through these palms as ye sweep,
    Hold their branches at rest,
    For my Babe is asleep.
    And ye, Bethlehem palm-trees,
    As stormy winds rush
    In tempest and fury,
    Your angry noise hush;

    Move gently, move gently,
    Restrain your wild sweep;
    Hold your branches at rest,
    My Babe is asleep.

    By Unknown Author

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  9. A man might then beholdA man might then behold
    At Christmas, in each hall
    Good fires to curb the cold,
    And meat for great and small.
    The neighbours were friendly bidden,
    And all had welcome true,
    The poor from the gates were not chidden,
    When this old cap was new.

    By Unknown Author

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  1. تحميل اغانى

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