Christmas Poems for Children
By Josie Whitehead
Old Santa Claus came round last night.
Did you hear him when he came?
So today must be a special day,
But I can’t think of its name.
The decorated tree looks good.
Oooh! Some gifts for me and you.
Whatever day has come again?
Do these things give a clue?
There’s a turkey cooking in the oven
And mince pies made, that’s true.
There’s a rich, black, pudding, filled with fruit –
And other goodies too.
Around the room are lots of cards
From friends both old and new
And pictures of the three wise men,
And sheep and shepherds too.
There’s a special cake, made for the day
And delicious things to drink.
Oh, whatever day is it today?
Come on now, let us think.
This poem’s a special gift from me -
I hope you like it too - - -
But, I search and search and search again - - - -
But where’s MY poem from YOU?
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