Its Christmas time again

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Featured Review on this writing by Criss Sole

An old fashion Christmas song in the style of classics from the 30s and 40s. Simular to "Have a holly jolly Christmas"

Hey you lookin blue

turn that n into a u

it's Christmas...

a time of joy and cheer

it's a time when love gets wrapped

the more you give the more comes back

it's Christmas time again

They say on the eve of that Christmas morn

A Jolly man go sailing through the air

His sleigh is filled with toys for all good girls and boys

and it's pulled by those tiny reindeer

Hey friends welcome in

It's time to Feast on love again

This Christmas

we'll toast with nog and ale

We'll kiss under mistletoe

while children build men out of snow

It's Christmas time again

And we'll remember when church bells ring

The day Christ the Savior was born

He came to bring goodwill towards men

To our friends both familiar and foreign

Hey kids open those lids

Let's see what presents Santa hid

we'll gather

around that gold and silver tree

wake your mom and wake your pop we'll pray this magic never stops

It's Christmas time again

It's Christmas time again


Submitted: November 12, 2020

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KatV

A fun poem with a nice flow. I enjoyed reading it. thanks for sharing! Write on!

Fri, November 13th, 2020 1:20am

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Thank you!!! I love this one

Thu, November 12th, 2020 5:21pm

Criss Sole

So sweet and heartwarming.
I loved the lines, "We'll kiss under mistletoe/ While children build men out of snow."
It was such a pleasure to read, and i could not help but smile.

Fri, November 13th, 2020 7:57am

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Aww thanks for such nice words. It does its job well.

Fri, November 13th, 2020 1:51am

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