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Merry Christmas Poems for Friends Family Kids
Merry Christmas Poems for Friends Family Kids

Merry Christmas Poems 2017


1. “The tempting gifts are tantalizing;
About opening them, we are fantasizing.
The holiday foods are appetizing;
Our excitement and joy are growing and rising;
Our hearts and minds are harmonizing;
Jolly Christmas fun we're maximizing!”

2. “This Christmas,
may you have the fulfillment
of seeing around you
the people you love the most.
May you have the satisfaction
of creating special memories
they will remember with pleasure forever.
This Christmas,
may you feel peaceful and contented,
knowing what Christmas means,
and celebrating it your way.”

3. “If you sat beneath the Christmas tree,
You’d sure add to the décor,
But even if you were gift wrapped, dear,
I couldn't love you more.
You have to know that if I had you,
I’d have the gift I’d most adore,
Better than any expensive gift
I could purchase in a store.
If you hug me tight, you wonderful thing,
And be my Christmas gift,
You’ll brighten my days forevermore
And give my heart a lift.”
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4. “Are we too grownup to feel a thrill
As we light the Christmas tree?
Are we immune to cookies,
Christmas cards and Christmas glee?
Are we too adult to "Ooh" and "Aah"
At the Christmas candle's glow?
Are we blasé about our gifts,
Do we shun the mistletoe?
Are we too mature for carols,
For merry or for jolly?
Do the decorations leave us cold,
The ornaments and holly?
Fat chance! We'll never grow too old
To love the Christmas magic.
A year without a Christmas
Would be boring, even tragic.
So bring it on! The candy canes,
The feasting and good cheer,
O Christmas, lovely Christmas,
You're the highlight of the year!”

5. “At Christmastime I think of all the gifts
That bring me great delight and sweet surprise,
But nothing in this world can bring such joy
As you do, when you look into my eyes.
And when I contemplate what Christmas means,
The caring and the giving--I confess,
You've given me the things I want the most:
Your love, your touch, your kiss, your warm caress.
The Christmas tree reminds me, with its lights
That just the thought of you sets me aglow;
You light me up from deep within my heart,
Because I cherish you, and love you so.
With you it's Christmas all the time, sweetheart.
I treasure every hour and every minute.
Your love is all I'll ever want because,
My life is so fulfilling with you in it.”

6. “Evergreen boughs that fill our homes
With fragrant Christmas scents,
Hearts filled with the loving glow
That Christmas represents,
Christmas cookies, turkeys stuffed,
Festive holly berry,
Little faces bright with joy,
Loved ones being merry,
Parties, songs, beribboned gifts,
Silver bells that tinkle,
Christmas trees and ornaments,
Colorful lights that twinkle,
Relatives waiting with open arms
To smile and hug and kiss us,
These are some of the special joys
That come along with Christmas.”

7. “Christmas vacation is great;
My time is mine to spend;
I can be with friends or watch TV;
I wish it would never end.
I don't miss school or homework;
I really like to be free;
But I'll miss you when I'm gone from school;
You're just what a teacher should be.
So have a perfect Christmas;
Be sure to have lots of fun;
I look forward to seeing you again,
When Christmas vacation is done.”

8. “Under the tree the gifts enthrall,
But the nicest present of them all
Is filling our thoughts with those who care,
Wanting our Christmas joy to share.
To you, whom we're often thinking of,
We send our holiday joy and love.”
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9. “Every year at Christmas time
There's not a sign of snow.
Instead we spend our yuletide days
In the sun's warm cheery glow.
We have the best of Christmas things,
The lights, the gifts, the bells,
(And "snowbirds" who arrive en masse
To fill our beach hotels.)
The glorious weather fits right in
With our happy Christmas mood,
And we can also walk and run
Without having to be snowshoed.
So don't feel bad for your (location) friends
Who have no snow or ice.
We think our sunny Christmas here
Is a holiday paradise!”

10. “What do we love about Christmas;
Does our delight reside in things?
Or are the feelings in our hearts
The real gift Christmas brings.
It's seeing those we love,
And sending Christmas cards, too,
Appreciating people who bring us joy
Special people just like you.”

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11. “Christmas is full of shiny things
That sparkle, gleam and glow;
These holiday pleasures dazzle us,
And yet, deep down, we know...
That Christmas has its special gifts,
But our year-round joy depends
On the cherished people in our lives,
Our family and our friends.”

12. “As Christmas time arrives,
We think of you and smile;
Your friendship is the gift
We think most worthwhile.
The packages are pretty
Underneath the tree,
But what we value most
Is your ability
To bring joy to our lives
In everything you do,
Enriching time together
Just by being you.”

13. “Christmas is filled with special joys,
And the very best of all
Is contemplating those dear to us,
And the memories we recall.
We often think at Christmas time
Of people, affectionately,
And we realize how blessed we are
To have you in our family.”

14. “The Christmas season fills our hearts with joy;
Bright, happy days bring special kinds of pleasure.
We're wrapped in the excitement of it all,
The sights, the sounds, the smells, the tastes we treasure.
Yet when we have some quiet time to think
About our finest blessings all year through,
We focus on our family and our friends,
And appreciate the gift of knowing you!”

15. “While you enjoy the gifts,
food, sparkle of ornaments and lights,
feasting on favorite foods,
I wish this Christmas
would envelop you
in the special warmth
and rich contentment
the season brings.
I wish friends, family,
all those who love you
let you know how much they care,
so that you feel happily wrapped
in their affection.
I wish this Christmas
would be one you never forget,
a shining beacon in your memory
to light all of your days.”

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16. “In today's world we are inundated with images of Christmas from the media. We are told that it is all about buying expensive gifts for each other. In today's challenging economic times it is a tragedy that parents spend way more than they can afford to try to please their children. The sad truth is that, "money can't buy you love". A holiday is about the time spent together with loved ones. It is about gifts that come from the heart, and it is the about the thousands of years of tradition that mark the holiday season.”

17. “A squeak on the stairs.
Could Santa be here?
Better pull my blankets
Up to my ears.
He comes down the chimney,
That's how he gets in.
Santa uses magic
To make himself thin.
I better keep still,
Can't make a peep.
He doesn't leave toys,
Unless you're asleep.
My door just opened
Someone's by my bed.
It wasn't Santa after all,
'Cause Mom just kissed my head.”

18. “Christmas time is here.
Let's celebrate and cheer.
The sun goes down, the lights come on,
When Christmas time is near.
The sound of sleigh bells fills the air,
As Santa himself creeps up the stair.
I hop in bed and close my eyes
And hope I wake up to a big surprise.
I wake up to the warmth of the sun,
Knowing that Christmas day has begun.
I wait to open my door,
But all I hear is my dad snore.
I race my brother to the tree,
Wondering what presents there will be.
Then Mum and Dad come down,
Wondering what gifts we have found!”

19. “Dear Santa,
Christmas is coming and I know I should be glad,
But to tell the real truth, I am really, really sad.
You see, I have lost something so precious to me,
And there is no way you could put it back under my tree.
I was given a job quite some time ago.
I thought I could do it, but it wasn't so.
I honestly did what I thought was the best,
But this mess, who wouldn't guessed?
I was given a family with daughters to raise.
Oh, how I wish I could relive those days.
I would do it differently, be a better mother.
Maybe then we wouldn't hate each other.
My house is no longer a happy one.
There is no more laughter, no more fun.
No one talks, no one seems to care.
We are all just roommates with a place to share.
I don't really know where things went all wrong.
I truly thought love would keep the family strong.
I realize now that it wasn't enough.
Neither was buying them all kinds of stuff.
Somewhere along the line I believe I've failed.
Instead of love and caring, it's hate that's prevailed.
They have all given up; they don't care anymore,
And it breaks my heart to its very core.
I am tired of crying and feeling so bad.
I want things to be happy and no longer be sad.
I want my family back; is that too much to ask?
I don't really think it's an impossible task.
Just talk to the girls and make them believe
That together there is nothing we can't achieve.
We can be a family again; I know and I pray.
They are just lost; please show them the way.
Dear Santa, I hope that you hear my plea
And bring my family back to me.
I would be ever so grateful and I promise I'd be
A better mother than I'd been previously.”

20. “Santa came down
The chimney with care.
Below was the fire,
With a steaming hot flare.
As Santa squirmed down,
And his bottom was burned.
He threw down the presents,
And simply turned.
His reindeer blew
The fire out.
And that's when we heard him
Let out a shout.
He woke up the neighbors,
We saw him leave.
That's why there's no fire,
On Christmas Eve.”

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