Signs Of Christmas Cheer

Signs Of Christmas Cheer

A Poem by Marie Harrison
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Christmas Poem

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Signs Of Christmas Cheer

Silver tinsel dangles from a tree,

Tiny trinkets shine for all to see,

 

Popcorn strung with colorful

Red cranberries.

 

Twinkly lights blink bright

And rapidly.

 

Home fires burn slowly

In hot wood furnaces.

 

Mounds of snow build up,

Too cold for bare toes.

 

Sugary butter cookies melt

On hungry little tongues.

 

Spicy butter rum quenches

The thirst of my joyous crooning carolers.

 

Mistletoe hung up above

To spark the first kiss of love below.

 

Perfectly wrapped packages

Topped with big satin red bows.

 

 

© 2010 Marie Harrison


Author's Note

Marie Harrison
A wrote this poem last year at the beginning of Christmas. Signs of Christmas that I remember from my childhood.

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The lines, "Sugary butter cookies melt/ On hungry little tongues." are just so precious!!

You totally have to look into doing greeting cards, I'm tellin' ya!

Posted 10 Years Ago


Love it! You're getting me excited about christamas!

Posted 10 Years Ago


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okay-i'm not big on x-mas cheer-
but u almost had me here :)
(an absolutely gorgeous poem)

"Mistletoe hung up above
To spark the first kiss of love below."
( i must say this is my favorite line ;-D )

:)

Posted 10 Years Ago


A nice look into your personal love of the Holiday season. Beautiful and blissful

Posted 10 Years Ago


This is nice Marie.

Posted 10 Years Ago


Such a delightful trip down memory lane, your poem makes me think of Christmas from my youth. Times have changed but the spirit is still alive.

Posted 10 Years Ago


All the ingredients of a traditional Christmas here! Delightful

Posted 10 Years Ago


I love this, really does bring about that Christmas feel, brilliant and very well described actually, I adore it! Thanks for making me even MORE impatient for Christmas, ha-ha! Keep up the good work, mortal!~

Posted 10 Years Ago


Very beautiful. I love Christmas, it can't get me down. I don't worry about how commercialized it is, I celebrate it my and my families and friends way. We enjoy Christmas every year together, commercialized or not.

Posted 10 Years Ago


It may be amusing to people from other land, that in India, we don't usually define a 'holiday season'. Because for us, at least 100 days are scrapped as holidays in a year. Well, we have festivals much often, and still feel separate joys for separate festivals. So, I can imagine how this 'holiday season' can feel for people who don't have as much holidays as us. That's the same reason why I haven't yet written a poem on some festival yet. Less something, more the feeling I guess. Kudos and wishing from a land far away, a MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Posted 10 Years Ago



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Added on December 17, 2010
Last Updated on December 21, 2010
Tags: Signs of Christmas, Traditional Christmas, Christmas Trees, Carols

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Marie Harrison
Marie Harrison

Atlanta, GA



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