Christmas Cards Poems
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- Evergreen boughs that fill our homs
With fragrant Christmas scents,Hearts filed with the lovng glow
That Christmas represents..
- This Christmas,
may you have the fulfillment
of seeing around you
the people you love the most.
May you have the satisfaction
of creating special memories
they will remember with pleasure forever.
- Christmas is coming
And you know what else tooLots and lots of wishes
With lots of love for you.
- My Christmas Rosary I say
4r u upon this blessed day;Each prayer a precious Christmas Rose
To please the Baby Child, who knowsHow many joys I wish for u;
May every one of them come true!
- Easter duck and Easter chick,
Easter eggs with chocolate thick,
Easter hats for one and all,
Easter bunny makes a call!
Happy Easter always brings
Such a lot of pleasant things!
- Easter brings the best surprises,
Baby chicks and buds in bloom
And Spring sunshine
That fills ur room.
- May this Christmas be filled
With happiness in all that you do
And may this joy continue
The whole year through
Wishing you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year
- May the meaning of Christmas
be deeper, its friendships stronger,
and its hopes brighter
as it comes to you
this year.Merry Christmas
and a Joyous New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Take a heap of child-like wonder
That opens up our eyes
To the unexpected gifts in life
Each day a sweet surprise.
- I can feel it around me
It’s in the air
Snow is now falling
Twinkling lights everywhere
- 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.
- Some children see Him almond-eyed,
This Saviour whom we kneel beside.
Some children see Him almond-eyed
With skin of yellow hue.
- Christmas time wishes
For warmth and good cheer
Happiness now and in the New Year
- The perfect collection of card verses and poems to use with your Happy Fathers Day Card Making ideas.
- Every year at Christmas time
There’s not a sign of snow.
Instead we spend our yuletide days
In the sun’s warm cheery glow.
We have the best of Christmas things,
The lights, the gifts, the bells,
(And “snowbirds” who arrive en masse
To fill our beach hotels.)
- 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!
‘Twas the day after Christmas, and all through the house
Visitors were slouching on the couch.
There were leftovers and bottles of drinks,
And don’t forget the lingering food stink.
Wrappings and toys on the ground;
It was a mess to be abound.
Children were busy at play
And they were gazing at the Nativity lined with hay.
“Goodbye!” countless people screamed
While the gift cards has yet to be redeemed.
“This was the best Christmas ever!” exclaimed Johnny,
Still gazing at countless holly.
Now they’d have to prepare for New Year’s
And clank glasses in cheers.
Ma and Pa were contemplating their credit
They couldn’t even believe it was legit!
- Winter breeze, so briskly blowing
In my yard the snowman’s growing.
If you’re cold and getting thinner
You must try Grandma’s Christmas dinner!
- Bow and ribbon,
Love and glitter
Cover the gift as curiosities flitter
Of what wonders could come inside
And what this eve has been supplied
By family, friend and stranger, too
Saying with the gift,
“I Love You”
Bow and ribbon
Love and glitter
Will never make a soul grow bitter
For no matter what the gift may or may not hold
The giving is as pure as gold.