Christmas Poems

Christmas Past

On the face of many Christmas’s past

Fond memories still linger true and sound

Cold weather, snow and frost will never last

When the warmth of your friendship does abound

 

Christmas Present

A mom moves through the silent home

While all her children sleep and dream

Dying embers cast soft shadows

On their gentle sleeping faces

She smiles; it is the life she loves

 

Christmas Future

She sits alone in the dark

Her tree is unlit and bare

The room is so cold and stark

Only her last breath stirs the air

Her family all far from home

Living their Christmas fare

Across the world they did roam

Leaving no one left to care

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