Christian Christmas Poems
Memories of Christmas
Our Holy Season
A Christmas Prayer
Christmas For Two
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
The First Christmas Lights
My Christmas Prayer
Fun Christmas Poems
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
Country Christmas Poems
Christmas in our Town
Quest for the Festive Bough
A Country Christmas
A Cowboy Christmas Poem
Cowboy's Christmas Prayer
for our Military
On Watch Tonight Poem
A Soldiers Christmas Poem
Merry Christmas My Friend
A Soldier's Christmas Wish
'Twas the Night before Christmas, has lots of rhymes.
But do you think the story really fits with our times?
We don't have a chimney, our socks are in the wash.
Dreaming of sugar plums? Oh my gosh!
And what's with a kerchief? Our dad wears no cap.
He snores all night, you call that a nap?
They tell us that Santa is coming tonight.
He'll be flying in here on a sleigh. YEAH, RIGHT!
When we were much younger we believed all that stuff,
Now that we're older we know it's a bluff.
This Christmas eve is not going as we wish.
So we sneak down the stairs to turn on the dish.
All involved in the movie, we wouldn't hear a mouse.
But all this clatter, meant a party at the neighbors house.
As we sprang to our feet, to see who was there.
We couldn't believe it was really reindeer.
We looked at each other, and gave out a squeak.
Someone is coming, oh what a sneak.
No it's just Dad going to the can.
No, really look, it's the fat man.
He stands by the table and looks through the house
And takes from his pocket a tiny gray mouse.
He says, "Ho, Ho Ho, I truly believe,
There must be a mouse in each Christmas eve."
His belt buckle shakes as he laughs, look at that.
My gosh this jolly old guy sure is fat.
He looks up, sees us, and gives a big smile.
He says, "I came to see you, let's talk a while.
"You're grown up kids that don't believe
That Santa Claus comes on each Christmas eve.
You let your minds be filled with doubt.
It's simple, without me the fun is left out.
"I remember the time you both sat on my knee
Smiles on your faces, eyes sparkling with glee.
Don't you remember the thrill you felt then?
With a little belief you can feel it again.
He turns as he says, "Will you please come out here?
And there on the driveway stood eight tough reindeer.
They all nod to us and then snort in chorus,
"Who's these cool dudes now standing before us?"
As the big burley guy crawls into his sleigh.
We're both thinking, there ain't no way!
He says, "It's my new team, a real with-it crew.
I'll let HP give their names to you."
"Here's E-mail and Smiley, Micro Soft and Charley,
I'm HP, there's Copy, Surfin' and Banner.
The big guy is Santa, the North Pole's his home,
We're with him all year, we hang out in Nome."
Then they take off and fly to the roof
Tap a short rap and give a "high hoof."
All turn and shout, "Tonight reindeers rule.
The eight of us wish you a crazy cool Yule."
Then Santa shouts, "It's true some things change.
But believe in the basics." As he speeds out of range.
This Story dear folks, is so out of sight.
"Merry Christmas to all,
and to all a Good-Night!"
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
Christmas carols we're merrily humming,
Adoration and harmony spreads worldwide
As we eagerly await the happy Yuletide.
Enhance your Christmas, with Christmas poems
and stories highlighted with your favorite Christmas carols.
Christmas traditions are fast becoming a family way of life.
Poems are a simple way of inspiring others to join in on the Christmas
traditions that love and poems bring to this Christmas holiday.