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For Christ's Sake Say Merry Christmas

Christian Christmas Poems

Christmas Time

Christmas Miracle

Memories of Christmas

Our Holy Season

Season's Reason

A Christmas Prayer

Christmas For Two

Christmas Love

Christmas Bells 1864

Christmas Wish for You

Timeless Christmas Message

The Magic of Christmas

Jesus is Better Than Santa

The Gift Of Christmas

A Star Shown Above

Advent Epidemic Poems

The Village Poem

Sweet Babe Jesus Poem

The Christmas Gift Poem

Jesus' Birthday Poem

Christmas Cake Poem

Week Before Christmas

Our Jesus From Galilee

His Humble Birth Poem

When I Dream of Christmas

Missing You At Christmas

Christmas Greetings

The First Christmas Lights

My Christmas Prayer

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Fun Christmas Poems

Christmas Nutty

Puppy's 12 Days of Christmas

Rudolph's Awesome Yule Rule

The Boy Who Laughed at Santa Claus

The Last Christmas Tree

Month Before Christmas

Hanging Baby's Stocking

Hanging round the Mistletoe

Gingerbread Man in a Pan

Snowball Fight Poem

Reindeer Rule Poem

It's A Computer Christmas

Holiday Diet Poem

Peace on Earth Poem

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Country Christmas Poems

Bunkhouse Christmas

Christmas in our Town

Quest for the Festive Bough

A Country Christmas

A Cowboy Christmas Poem

Cowboy's Christmas Prayer

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Christmas Poems
for our Military

Christmas Remembrance

On Watch Tonight Poem

A Soldiers Christmas Poem
Merry Christmas My Friend

A Soldier's Christmas Wish

Bunkhouse Christmas


I ain’t got no family,

so my buddies fill the gap

of a pretty wife who loves me,

an’ kiddies on my lap.


The ol’ bunkhouse is home to me—

it shelters best it can,

tho’ not like havin’ a real home,

but it serves this workin’ man.


When ranchin’ slows in fall,

an’ winter chills the ground,

wind is blowin’ thru’ the door

an’ snow piles all around,


It’s time to oil those bridles,

saddles an’ the like—

we huddle ‘round the woodstove,

an hear tall-tales from Ike.


Soon, Christmas Day is nearin’,

an’ we make each one a gift—

ain’t never somethin’ fancy,

but it gives a guy a lift.

Bunkhouse Christmas Gifts

We hang our socks on clothesline

stretched above the stove—

no hearth above a fireplace

with socks our mother wove.


Me an’ my friends celebrate

across this barren land.

We hoist a tree to decorate,

an’ do the best we can.


The lady of the ranch house,

bakes cookies, an’ a cake,

to bring to us on Christmas Eve

so we too can celebrate.


We remember on this wondrous day

the Lord brought forth His Son

so’s we could be forgiven

on this earth since life’s begun.

 

With no hats, we bow our heads,

an’ get ourselves set straight.

Each takes his turn a  prayin’

‘bout sinfulness we hate.


‘Cause, we fellers use some language

of which we ain’t so proud,

an’ fight at Gin too often,

sometimes gittin’ awful loud.


We drinks a bit, an’ dances lots

in bars, an’ ol’ Grange halls,

chase the ladies now an’ then,

an Lordy, that ain’t all.


But on this day, our mamas

come back to our dim minds,

an’ we remember that small church

where our hearts was so entwined.


Where we’d hear there was an’ afterlife,

an’ pledge our sinful souls

to try an’ be like Jesus

in our daily life an’ goals.

Bunkhouse Christmas Cowboy

It comes my turn for prayin’,

I clear my throat, an’ start

tryin’ to speak to the Father

with somethin’ from the heart…


I say, “Lord, if you’re listenin’

to this cowboy who’s dern rough,

I’m seekin’ your forgiveness

an’ prayin’ that’s enough.”



Tamara Hillman

©2010

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Snowman Waving From the Top of The World My vote is to have Christmas traditions all year round. You see at Christmas time most people at least the ones I have met, always change just a little for the better around Christmas. I do not know whether or not it is the great yuletide Christmas carols, the festive atmosphere everywhere you go, or just some hidden part in all of us that screams out,
(I BELIEVE IN MORE THAN WHAT I SEE AROUND ME.)
You see, somewhere deep down inside we all believe in something better than we now have or see, and most of us feel a lot better when we help someone. Whether the person is in need or not, this feeling is what I call the feeling of Christmas, and we all should strive to feel this way all year long.

The feeling of the Christmas holidays is truly all about family, friends and celebrating all things good.

The Lord's birthday is swiftly coming
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As we eagerly await the happy Yuletide.

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