A Christmas Night

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A poem for the whole family and friends

Submitted: November 24, 2016

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Submitted: November 24, 2016



In a town people were ready

But many were steady

A tree was hung with care

People were in hopes that people will be there

The children played in the snow

But the snow stayed low

A skating ring was up

While there was a running pup

Families hung stockings with care

But Santa will be there

I later moved on to the eve

But I had to scrape the leaves

Nightfell as I see snow

From the window I saw below

I saw stars and a little girl

Who wore a shiny pearl

I hear her sing

I ming

I see her smile

While I pick up tile

She skipped the stairs

While I eat Pears

I knew for a moment that it was love

I knew I saw a dove

She singed so merry

She had a cherry

The spite of christmas I knew

I had to work with a slew

She would never fall in love

I saw above

I shriek for her name

I knew I was lame

She’s high class

I’m Low mass

I take for a moment like an elf

She’s singing to herself

She thinks of him

But I’m not slim

It’s time to face

I can’t ace

I’ll never see her again.



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