Monday, December 28, 2009

A Christmas Poem

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

We're greeted at first
By dads outdoor lights
Then moms stockings and tree
Such a beautiful sight!

Raw eggs in our nog
We drink without fear
The eggnog won't kill us
It brings Christmas cheer!

Then there's Mom and Dad's gifts
What's left to bring?
They've been spoiled for years
They have everything!

They have grandkids, good health
They have a beautiful home
We walk this earth knowing
We're never alone.

Remembering loved ones
Those who've passed on
Hearts full of memories
Remembrances fond.

If I could pray for more still
Dear God if you please
Good health and good tidings
And more days like these

A Christmas prayer and a poem
All this talk's getting old
Now let's enjoy our meal
Our food's getting cold!