Christmas  Ali-cart

Christmas Ali-cart

A Poem by JE Falcon

One afternoon's memory.


Under streetlights there are tree lights

We have packages in tow

As we busy ourselves, shopping.

It's Christmas, you know?

In the highlights of the Moonlight

We truck-on together

Cold and excited

And loving the weather.

In the Moonlight, past the tree's lights,

The cold bites the nose

As we make our way home

With our wrappings and bows.

There are carolers on the corner

Doing their part

While the Santa rings bells

For donations from the heart.

And our Angel for the treetop

It will shine from the glow

Of the tree lights that we'll hang

'Round and 'round in a row.

Then laughter's on the menu

With love served from the heart

At our annual reunion

It's family, Ali-cart.

JE Falcon


© 2021 JE Falcon

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Added on December 2, 2021
Last Updated on December 2, 2021
Tags: gifts, lights, snow, cold, bells


JE Falcon
JE Falcon


I began writing poems and narrative poems as a hobby about 1970. I like writing in rhyme but have others. I published some poems and won some awards in the 1980's, mostly in quarterlies across the U.. more..

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