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 Title   [ Click any title below to view poem ]Category Date
 CHRISTMAS EVE Holiday Poems 12/2/2004
 IMAGES Life 11/30/2004
 LONG NIGHT Misc 11/26/2004
 SINNERS Dark Poetry 11/23/2004
 LOYALTY Life 11/22/2004
 RAINBOW OF HAPPINESS Misc 11/17/2004
 A WHISPER Nature 11/15/2004
 MAGICAL Nature 11/13/2004
 I WOULD GIVE Misc 11/11/2004
 LEAVES OF FUN Nature 11/2/2004
 LIKE A KING Love 10/30/2004
 THE UGLIES Silly Poems 10/26/2004
 PICTURE POSTCARDS Nature 10/17/2004
 DEDICATION TO LYDI 'PLEASE READ' Dedications 10/14/2004
 JUST A FOOL Love Gone Bad 10/11/2004
 A WALK IN THE COUNTRY Nature 10/8/2004
 I WEEP FOREVER Insight 10/7/2004
 LIFE TODAY Life 10/7/2004
 THE WAITING ROOM Misc 10/6/2004
 SERENITY Nature 9/29/2004
 A WALK ON THE BEACH Misc 9/28/2004
 LITTLE LAD Insight 9/22/2004
 CAN'T JUDGE A BOOK Insight 9/21/2004
 SUPPER TIME Dark Poetry 9/20/2004
 AGED SIX Life 9/18/2004
 AUTUMN LEAVES Nature 9/14/2004
 HOPE World Events 9/13/2004
 GREAT FUN Misc 9/9/2004
 PSYCHIC THOUGHTS Life 9/9/2004
 BECAUSE Silly Poems 9/8/2004
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CHRISTMAS EVE

The lanterns swayed and the carols sung
The excitment of Christmas eve had just begun,
The snow fell gently on the town hall square
It was a magical night of excitement to share.

As Rudolf led his team through a sky full of snow
The children slept soundly in their beds down below,
Father Christmas was happy and sang as they went
Tree lights in every household sparkled at the happy event.

The town hall clock struck twelve it was Christmas day
Streets were quite empty not a sound as the snow it did lay,
Dad blew out the candles as they tiptoed up the stairs
Leaving Father Christmas his usual drink and chocolate bears.

Three O'clock and the sound of children's excited voices
Hoping Father Christmas had made the right choices,
Indeed he certainly had, there were presents galore
Play stations, soccer strips, computer games and more.

The children were elated as they showed mum and dad
All the presents they had recieved they were so happy and glad,
The love flowed round the family table with turkey and roast,
Balloons, presents, party hats and wine for the Christmas toast.

Christmas pudding was eaten, games were played with fun
Snowball fights out in the garden, poor granddad got hit by everyone,
Nanny and granddad helped build a snowman a funny sight to see
As we all stood by the snowman for photos we didn't know which one was he.

Visitors gone by ten o'clock tired out children closed their young eyes
As me and the wife sat by the window with wine staring at the starlit skies,
With dreams and wishes for tomorrow, the future we hoped would be
As happy as it was right now, for our children and peace be on earth to thee.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL

FROM LISTENER AND FAMILY

AND BEST WISHES FOR 2005



































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