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Christmas Wish'es

Poetry By: angellynn

Submissont to Sparkly's Christmas Competition

Submitted:Nov 3, 2010    Reads: 74    Comments: 6    Likes: 3   


I wish you a merry Christmas,

and all your hearts desire,

I wish for joy and peace on earth,

and for roasting marshmellow's by the fire.


I wish Santa were really daddy,

and my brother was his elf,

I wish mommy were Mrs. Claus,

and I still be myself.


I wish snow would never melt

and snowmen could really talk,

I wish Rudolph really flew,

cause it's too cold to walk.


I wish that I was a child again,

waking up on Christmas morn,

I wish I could be there one more time,

eating candy cane and carmel corn.


I wish you a merry Christmas,

every boy and girl,

I wish for love and happiness,

and cheer for a peaceful world.





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