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Christmas Love

Christmas Bells 1864

Christmas Wish for You

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The Magic of Christmas

Jesus is Better Than Santa

The Gift Of Christmas

A Star Shown Above

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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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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 Remembrance

On Watch Tonight Poem

A Soldiers Christmas Poem
Merry Christmas My Friend

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The Last Christmas Tree Christmas Poem



I saw a truck of Christmas trees
And each one had a tale,
The driver stood them in a row
And put them up for sale.

The Last Christmas Tree 2He strung some twinkly lights
And hung a sign up with a nail;
"FRESH CHRISTMAS TREES"
It said in red
"FRESH CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE."

He poured himself hot cocoa
In a steaming thermos cup,
And snowflakes started falling
As a family car pulled up.

A mom, a dad, and one small boy
Who looked no more than three
Jumped out and started searching
For the perfect Christmas tree.
Last Christmas Tree
The boy marched up and down the rows,
His nose high in the air;
It smells like Christmas, mom!
It smells like Christmas everywhere!

Let's get the biggest tree we can!
A tree that's ten miles high!
A tree to go right through our roof!
A tree to touch the sky!

A tree SO big
That Santa Claus
Will stop and stare and say,
"'Now, THAT'S the finest Christmas tree
I've seen this Christmas Day!'"

Ornaments for the Last Christmas TreeIt seemed they looked at every tree
At least three million times;
Dad shook them, pinched them, turned them 'round
To find the perfect pine.

I've found it, mom!
The Christmas tree I like the best of all!
It's got a little bare spot,
But we'll turn that to the wall!

We'll put great-grandma's angel
"On top the highest bough!
Oh, can we buy it?
Please, mom, PLEASE?!
Oh, can we buy it NOW?

"How 'bout some nice hot cocoa?"
Asked the man who owned the lot.
He twisted off the thermos top,
"Now, THIS will hit the spot!"

He poured the steaming chocolate
In three tiny paper cups.
They toasted,
"Here's to Christmas!"
And they drank the cocoa up.

"Is this your choice?"Last Small Christmas Tree
The tree man asked,
"This pine's the best one here!"
The boy seemed sad---
My daddy says
The price is just too dear.

"Then, Merry Christmas!"
Said the man, who wrapped the tree in twine,
"It's yours for just one promise
You must keep at Christmas time!"

On Christmas Eve at bedtime
As you fold your hands to pray,
Promise in your heart
To keep the joy of Christmas Day!

"Now hurry home!
This freezy wind
Is turning your cheeks pink!
And ask your dad
To trim that trunk and give that tree a drink!"

Last Christmas Tree DecoratedAnd so it went on
All that blustery eve
As the tree man gave
Tree upon tree upon tree

To every last person
Who came to the lot---
Who toasted with cocoa
In small paper cups,

Who promised the promise
Of joy in their hearts---
And singing out carols,
Drove off in the dark.

And when it was over
One tree stood alone;
But no one was left there
To give it a home.

The tree man put on his
Red parka and hood
And dragged the last Christmas tree
Out to the woods.

He left the pine right by a streamChristmas Tree Decorated
In the cold,
So the wood's homeless creatures
Could make it their home.

He smiled as he brushed off
Some snow from his beard,
When out of the thicket
A reindeer appeared.


Last Christmas Reindeer DecoratedHe scratched that huge reindeer
On top his huge head---
"It looks like we've
Started up Christmas again!"

"There are miles more to travel,
And much more to do!
Let's go home, my friend,
And get started anew!"

He looked to the sky
And heard jingle bells sound---
And then,
In a twinkling,
That tree man was gone!
 



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