1 Christmas Poems Christmas Poems Note: I have tried to exclude Poems with known authors for copyright reasons. If you know the author of a poem, please let me know and I will remove it from this free collection. Primary Success 4971 Fillinger Cres. Nanaimo, BC V9V 1J1. 2. December Trimming trees in stocking feet Eating all we want to eat. Giving presents to our friends This is how the whole year ends. December In December we're happy The bells ring Whatever the weather At Christmas - For Christmas helps people We all sing Be happy together.
2 At Christmas . A carpet of snow Covers the ground, Secrets everywhere The sweet sound of carols You go! Is heard all around. Children's stockings In a row. Candles and stars And Christmas tree lights Twinkle and glow In the velvet night. My little bell Rings out to say, Have a merry Christmas Day.. December It's hard to think of anything But Christmas in December. There's so much to look forward to Come and see And so much to remember. The Christmas tree It is pretty As can be. December December brings us Christmas A couple of wishes With secrets big and small.
3 And both for you: And sharing joys with others; Joy at Christmas Oh, December's best of all! A Happy New Year, too. 3. When Santa Claus Comes Eight Little Reindeer A good time is coming 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 little reindeer I wish it were here, Stand beside the gate, The very best time Hurry, Santa, said the five, In the whole of the year; So we will not be late.. I'm counting each day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 little reindeer On my fingers and thumbs - Santa said, Please wait! The weeks that must pass Wait for three more little reindeer Before Santa Claus comes.
4 Then there will be eight.. Then when the first snowflakes Begin to come down, And the wind whistles sharp If And the branches are brown, If I were a pine With needles lean, I'll not mind the cold, If I were a fir Though my fingers it numbs, With branches green, For it brings the time nearer Do you know what When Santa Claus comes. I'd want to be? A shimmering, shining Christmas tree. The Day Before Christmas We've been helping with the cake And licking out the pan, And wrapping up our packages As neatly as we can.
5 And we have hung our stockings up I Heard a Bird Sing Beside the open grate. I heard a bird sing And now there's nothing more to do In the dark of December Except A magical thing to And sweet to remember: wait! We are nearer to Spring Than we were in September, . I heard a bird sing 4. A Gift for Mother Christmas Acrostic I've worked on her present for C is for candle giving us light. weeks and weeks H is for holly with red berries bright. While others were at play, R is for reindeer up and away For I wanted a very special gift I is for icicles on Santa's big sleigh.
6 For Mother on Christmas Day. S is for Santa with presents for me. T is for tree so pretty to see. I shall tie it up with a pretty bow M is for Mary the Mother so mild. And hide it away on a shelf. A for the angel that sang for the child. Mother has told me that she likes best S is for the star that shone so bright. The gifts that I make myself. MERRY Christmas to all and to all a good night! Santa comes Santa's Spill To bring us toys Christmas time was here, Giving us many Everything was white, Christmas joys.
7 Santa Claus was on his way One dark and stormy night. Look up and see what happened Way up in the sky;. In Hiding Santa's sleigh tipped over, Sh! Sh! I've hung my stocking up, And he fell from way up high. And I'm hiding here to see All the toys came tumbling If Santa's going to fill it up Over the little town. With Christmas toys for me. Santa used his empty bag To parachute right down. On merry Christmas morning Santa hurried away Holly Berries Before the children should wake up Why are holly berries red? And all come out to play.
8 And why is snow so white? Why are spruce and pine so green? And why are candles bright? What is in my stocking? Can't you guess? It's Christmas time A present with a bow - When everything's aglow, A candy cane, a tiny game, And loving hearts are full of cheer - An orange in the toe! It's Christmas - don't you know? 5. Five Little Evergreens Christmas Acrostic (may be used for a Five little evergreens concert). Outside in a row. C - is for the Christ child The first one said, born upon this day "Let's look at the snow.
9 " H - is for the holly The second one said, to make our mantle gay. "Oh-oh, it's getting cold." R - is for red ribbon The third one said, to wrap the parcels tight " Christmas is coming so I'm told." I - is for the icicles The fourth one said, On this cold winter night. "I hope someone decorates me." S - is for dear Santa The fifth one said, Please leave him a treat "We'll just have to wait and see." T - is for the turkey It is so good to eat. M - is for the manger Where Baby Jesus lay, 9 Little Reindeer (10 Little Indians) A - is for the angels 1 little, 2 little, 3 little reindeer On that first Christmas Day.
10 4 little, 5 little, 6 little reindeer S - is for the stockings 7 little, 8 little, 9 little reindeer Hanging in a row Pulling Santa's sleigh. With candy canes out of the top And bulges in the toe. MERRY Christmas ! Christmas Time (Farmer in the Dell). Christmas time is here Christmas time is here Hustle bustle busy time As Christmas time is here Christmas trees are up Christmas trees are up Tinsel balls and popcorn too As Christmas time is here Christmas Santa Claus is here Christmas time is a beautiful time Santa Claus is here With lights all red and green, Bringing gifts and stockings too I think it is the prettiest time As Christmas time is here That I have ever seen!