Poems about Christmas poems

Read poems about Christmas from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Christmas by going to the submit poem page.

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Something About Christmas by Joseph T. Renaldi

There is something about Christmas, In Santa Claus and twinkling trees, In the joy and laughter of every child, People kneeling in prayer on arthritic knees.There is something about Christmas, T

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Sad This Christmas by Donna Nimmo

Christmas time is getting nearI don't have much Christmas cheerPain from the past much on my mindTo all my loved ones, I'll be kindThinking about those, I lost in the pastWanting this to be over,

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The Meaning Of Christmas by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar ..

The greatest gift of God to man is Christ! The love for creature man that God displayed; Born in a manger of Virgin Mary, By the power of the Holy Spirit, To redeem mankind from the wages of sin,

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Christmas Roses by Kathleen Cooper

Christmas roses white as milk, Petals soft, and smooth as silk, Adding charm to Christmas Fare Your beauty is beyond compare. Christmas roses sweet and white Look exquisite by candlelight. Stan

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This Christmas by Herbert Nehrlich

Just once before I die I wouldso love to see a lot of smiling faces,each morning when I board the city bus.Mind you, there is no pressing needfor outright reverence or admiration.I am comp

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A Christmas Hymn by Alfred Domett

IT was the calm and silent night! Seven hundred years and fifty-three Had Rome been growing up to might, And now was Queen of land and sea. No sound was heard of clashing wars; Peace brood

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A Christmas Letter From Australia by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen

’T IS Christmas, and the North wind blows; ’t was two years yesterday Since from the Lusitania’s bows I looked o’er Table Bay, A tripper round the narrow world, a pilgrim of the main, Ex

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Christmas Day by Paul Moosberg

Christmas is so merry, at this special time of yearChristmas is extraordinary, as long as you are hereInside my heart I’ll jump and dance, excited just to seeThe sparkling beauty in your glance,

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For Christmas Day, Hark! The Herald Ange.. by Martin Madan

Hark! the herald Angels sing, Glory to the new-born King, Peace on earth and mercy mild, God and sinner reconcil'd. Hark! the herald Angels sing, Glory to the new-born King. Joyf

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Christmas Even by Mathilde Blind

Alone--with one fair star for company, The loveliest star among the hosts of night, While the grey tide ebbs with the ebbing light-- I pace along the darkening wintry sea. Now round the yule-log a

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True Meaning Of Christmas by Eugene W. Miller

Once again it's Christmas Time, time for us to be, Busy wrapping presents and setting up the tree. It seems we have so many things, to think of and to do, We may forget that Christmas, has a de

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The Czar's Last Christmas Letter: A Barn.. by Norman Dubie

You were never told, Mother, how old Illyawas drunkThat last holiday, for five days and nightsHe stumbled through Petersburg formingA choir of mutes, he dressed them in pink ascension gownsAnd,

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