It was Christmas Eve closing time, nearly

It was Christmas Eve closing time, nearly
Where a last minute shopper, frustrated clearly
Was rummaging through the freezer cabinet
At her nearest out of town super market
Desperately searching for a frozen turkey
And couldn’t find one big enough for her family
Then she saw a young shop assistant pass by
And decided that she would give him a try
“Do these turkeys get any bigger?” she said
Puzzled he replied “No madam, they’re dead.”

The snow is as white as the albino squirrels

The snow is as white as the albino squirrels
I sometimes see.
Children relish throwing that snow
As much as parents enjoy
The beauty and serenity of the fireplace.
Christmas is about love,
Hot chocolate with tasty marshmallows,
Presents under a lit tree
And everybody feeling cheery as can be.

This Christmas may you join the angels rejoicing

This Christmas may you join
the angels rejoicing
the shepherds in believing
The wise men in seeking
and
The lads down the pub

With
warmest thoughts and
best wishes for a
wonderful Christmas and
a
Happy New Year

You could look. But don’t expect I’m going to let you have them.

You could look.
But don’t expect I’m going to let you have them.”
Pasture they spring in, some in clumps too close
That lop each other of boughs, but not a few
Quite solitary and having equal boughs
All round and round. The latter he nodded “Yes” to,
Or paused to say beneath some lovelier one,
With a buyer’s moderation, “That would do.”
I thought so too, but wasn’t there to say so.
We climbed the pasture on the south, crossed over,
And came down on the north. He said, “A thousand.
“A thousand Christmas trees!—at what apiece?”
He felt some need of softening that to me:
“A thousand trees would come to thirty dollars.”

Mum you know I (we) rely on you

Mum you know I (we) rely on you
Perhaps more than I (we) ought
But I (we) really do appreciate
All your love and support
Have a really lovely Christmas
And may all your pressies be beauties
Have a nice long rest before resuming
Your child minding duties
Which I (we) hope you find rewarding
Not in money terms, as such
But knowing that I (we) and the children
Love you very much

We are a band of carollers

We are a band of carollers,
We march through frost and snow,
But care not for the weather
As on our way we go.

At every hall or cottage
That stands upon our way,
We stop to give the people
Best wishes for the day.

We pray a merry Christmas,
Made bright by Christmas cheer,
With peace, and hope, and gladness
And all they may hold dear.

And for all those that happen
To pass us on our way
We have a smile, and wish them
A merry Christmas-day.

Christmas lights and Santa Claus,

Christmas lights and Santa Claus,
The sounds of joyful song;
May all be good this holiday,
With nothing going wrong!

This Christmas I want to tell you

This Christmas I want to tell you
That you hold the most special place
In my heart
My friend you have been there for me
Right from the very start
This Christmas I want to dedicate
My love and my wishes for you
To tell you that you are special my dear
To tell you and know in through
Nothing is going to change ever
Everything will remain this way
This Christmas I promise that
Our bond of friendship will shine!

Christmas Giving

Christmas is for giving
And for showing that we care,
For honoring the Christ Child
With the loving gifts we share.
The wise men gave of riches;
The shepherds, faith and love.
Each gift, in its own measure,
Was smiled on from above.
Let every gift be treasured;
Not always size or price
Determines the extent of love
And willing sacrifice
Handsome gifts with festive trim
Bring smiles of sweet content,
But modest gifts of humble means
are ofttimes heaven sent.
Whether it be large or small,
Each gift will share in part
The message of true Christmas joy
If given from the heart!

Three Little Words

Three little words; I love you, I really, truly do
Three Christmas words; I love you, Said just to you
Three Seasonal words; I love you, Now and all year through