Christmas Kisses

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

If mistletoe were poetry. |

Inspired the the Christmas alphabet concept, Christmas Kisses brings you nine fluffy and fun poems that can hopefully satisfy your inner romantic. Whether single, pining or taken, you can come and get that dose of holiday love you've been craving for here. 'Tis the season to be swept off of your feet by this collection.

Merry Christmas!

Table of Contents

Candy Cane


Romantic poems inspired by the Christmas alphabet concept. Come and get your dose of fluffy holiday love!
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Hot Chocolate


Semi-structured free verse poem about two people being all cozy and warm by the fire. Enjoy!
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Red Ribbon


A special shout-out poem dedicated to those who have, at one time or another, wished for love on Christmas.
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Ice Skating


Not exactly sure if anyone has said this before, but I do believe that love is like learning how to skate.
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Secret Santa


A rhyming free-verse poem, in a meter inspired by A Visit from St. Nicholas. This one's a bit more romantic, of course.
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Tree Topper


Two lovers walk into the woods... to decorate a tree! What else is there to do in the woods besides this?
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Merry-making


We might not be able to celebrate with others in person this year, but we can still share the holidays through poetry.
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Angel Hair


If you have ever decorated a Christmas tree before, then you might have experienced a time when one of the baubles reminded you of someone.
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Sleigh Bells


Love is in the air, and if you listen closely, it might also be on the next sleigh that passes by.
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Recent Comments

Meaghan Kalena

So sweet!

Wed, December 9th, 2020 1:46am

Author
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Hi! Thanks so much for reading this poem! :)

Wed, December 9th, 2020 4:48am

Archia

That is just so sweet. I really enjoyed your poem, I feel like it has that sense of excitement of what's to come and the end was perfect.

Wed, December 16th, 2020 7:03am

Author
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Thank you for reading! I'm glad you like the ending and that you had as much fun reading as I did writing it.

Wed, December 16th, 2020 5:56pm

AFRODITE STATHI

This is brilliant.And how it ends.Just loved it!!!

Mon, December 21st, 2020 2:35pm

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