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Red Christmas Wreath


Christmas Poems 
for Children

By Josie Whitehead

Red Christmas Wreath
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By Josie Whitehead

Christmas in Summer

I’d love to spend a Christmas
    With the warm sun in the sky;
A Christmas where I’d fondly wish
    My winter clothes goodbye.

How good to spend a Christmas
    Where the days were long and bright;
Where cold winds and wet drizzle
    Were both banished from my sight.

I can’t imagine Christmas
    With a barbecue instead;
With some warm sun on my body
    And the blue sea out ahead -

But would it be like Christmas
    Singing carols in the sun?
It’s bound to be like Christmas
    With good friends and lots of fun.

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But what about the children who live in the Southern Hemisphere?  They like Christmas in summer.  Josie

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