For You On Christmas Morn

Queen's Christmas tree at Windsor Castle 1848,...

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I’d like to write something full of Christmas cheer
I’ve never tried to compose for this time of year.
I’d like it to be full of bells that jingle or ring
With kings and queens or lords all a prancing.
Thing is such words appear so often in rhyme
To use them again appears to be such a crime.
Yet still I want magical sparkles, trees and light
To give you, dear reader, candles burning bright.
Instead I offer these simple words from Yuletide
Hoping that family and peace be at your side.

©2010 Trevor Litchfield
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1 Comment

  1. thank you Trevor, I hope that for you too. Penx

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