6 Christmas Poems for Family

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6 Christmas Poems for Family

Christmas For All Ages
Poet: Julie Hebert © 2015

When we were kids ourselves,
We thought of Christmas time,
To be just for us,
Parents were not the prime.

But now that we are older,
We see that Christmas is great.
Not just for young children,
But for for us adults who love to celebrate.

Do you believe
Or do you feel deceived
I hate to tell you
But the famous Santa is for real
Trust me, he is a big deal!
Catherine Pulsifer


Mama’s Christmas Miracle

Mama told me a story a long, long time ago, not like any that I’d ever heard,
all about a little girl mama used to know, how I remember every word.
Seems like a lifetime ago, though I remember it so well.
It was a Christmas Eve I’ll never forget as far as I can tell.
We were sitting at the kitchen table, it was only my mother and me.
I was dreaming of Christmas morning and all the presents under the tree.
Dad wasn’t doing that well and money was scarce that year.
Mama found a way of telling me without me shedding one tear.
She told me a story of a little girl and a Christmas long ago,
who came from far away, a place where it rarely snowed.
Santa was just a dream to her, but she believed so much inside,
that Christmas was going to be special, so she knelt by her bed and she cried.
“Lord, let Santa remember me if not just this one time.
I promise I won’t ask for much, maybe a dolly I can call all mine.”
She closed her prayer and thanked the Lord for all that she received.
She knew that Santa would really come if only she believed.
She wrote a letter to Santa, unfamiliar to most girls and boys.
Though her list was long and full, on it there were no toys.
Only things we take for granted, like new shoes or underpants,
hair bows for her sisters and gloves to warm her brothers’ hands.
At the bottom of her list she asked, if it not be too much,
for a brand new baby doll she could hold and love and touch.
Then Christmas morning came and she looked beneath her tree,
Not a present to be found as far as she could see.
She didn’t give up hope as she heard a knocking sound.
When she opened up her door, a great big box she found.
She called out to her mother and dad, brothers and sisters too,
She said, “My prayers were answered, there’s something in here for all of you.”
Her daddy got brand new boots, her mother new underpants, her sisters got beautiful hair bows,
her brothers warm gloves for their hands.
Buried deep beneath the box was a brand new baby doll and a note that said, “Merry Christmas,
I love you one and all.”
I’ll never forget that story because much to my surprise,
I saw the true meaning of Christmas shining in my mother’s eyes.
For those of you who are wondering, as if you didn’t know,
The little girl in Mama’s story was my mother long ago.

This poem is about a childhood memory I will never forget. God bless all the mothers in this world,
and may all your Christmases be ones to remember.


What Do We Love About Christmas?

What do we love about Christmas;
Does our delight reside in things?
Or are the feelings in our hearts
The real gift that Christmas brings.

It’s seeing those we love,
And sending Christmas cards, too,
Appreciating people who bring us joy
Special people just like you.

By Joanna Fuchs


CHRISTMAS FAMILY BIRTHDAY

Christmas is a birthday
of the whole family
everyone gets a gift
but it’s mainly about
being together as a family
enjoying each other’s company
embracing the spirit of Xmas


Christmas brings in a new joy

Christmas brings a joy to the heart
Which make things special from the start
You feel so good and happy from within
There is something magical in the air
Christmas brings in a new joy,
So that you get to enjoy
Things that are yours and forever
That is the real thing of Christmas
Merry Christmas and a happy new year
To my lovely family!


A Christmas Poem
by Helen Steiner Rice

I have a list of folks I know,
all written in a book
And every year when Christmas comes,
I go and take a look,

And that is when I realize
that these names are a part
Not of the book they are written in,
but really from my heart

For each name stands for someone
who has cossed my path sometime,
And in the meeting they’ve become
the rhythm in each rhyme

And while it sounds fantastic
for me to make this claim,
I really feel that I’m composed
of each remembered name

And while you may not be aware
of any special link
Just meeting you has changed my life
a lot more than you think

For once I’ve met somebody,
the years cannot erase
The memory of a pleasant word
or of a friendly face

So never think my Christmas cards
are just a mere routine
Of names upon a Christmas list,
forgotten in between,

For when I send a Christmas card
that is addressed to you,
It is because you’re on the list
that I’m indebted to

For I am but a total
of the many folks I’ve met,
And you happen to be one of those
I prefer not to forget

And whether I have known you
for many years or few,
In some ways you have a part
in shaping things I do

And every year when Christmas comes,
I realize anew,
The best gifts life can offer
is meeting folks like you.

And may the spirit of Christmas
that forever endures
Leave its richest blessings
in the hearts of you and yours.


“What do we love about Christmas,
Does our delight reside in things?
Or are the feelings in our hearts,
the real gift that Christmas brings,
It’s seeing those we love,
And sending Christmas cards, too,
Appreciating people who bring us joy,
Special people just like you.”


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