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Hi, dear friends and followers. Today I Introduce to you one more of my Christmas poems.
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There are places on Earth
where Christmases are rainy.
Rain falls from overcast skies
like tears of sadness freely shed
on lonely backyards and parking lots,
at busy hospitals and on prison roofs;
or as rain washing streams of scarlet
upon the fields of conflict and war.
Sometimes Christmas comes frozen and icy;
it barely moves under the pale, silver moon
as it emerges intermittently between the racing,
dark grey clouds.
The greyness of the moon changes the mood
as it changes the faces of people it finds
into lifeless shadows in the cold, still night.
Some Christmases are made of
sparkling white fields of snow,
with fat snowflakes falling upon your gloves.
Their perfectly dendritic shapes remain but a second!
Then looking up to the sky you might see
the lively magic of the bright moonlight
as it makes the whole world glisten
as though having been dusted by fairy dust!
Homes are decorated in crimson and green,
and with garlands of gold and silver and silver ice tinsel.
Families sit by the fireplace sharing hot drinks and stories
Or maybe singing joyous hymns and carols in candle light.
Some Christmases are sparkly,
regardless of the weather,
with the tinsel of laughter,
and the garlands of gratitude;
with children giggling in glee
as they unwrap their gifts
while mom and dad count their blessings.
I wish everyone the Merriest of Christmases
For every Christmas Day that you see.
May I leave you with this wish for the rest of the year?
Please be kind to those who are in need.
You caring might be exactly what they need.
THANK YOU AND HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS!
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