Christmas Poem For Kids

Its always good to send christmas poem for kids in xmas season. Christmas is the time of blessing and people like to send christmas for kids cards. Here you will find poem on christmas for kids and short christmas poem for kids to write on cards and send to friends. Read our christmas poem for kids.

Christmas Baby Poems

No Greeting Card to Give You My Baby.
No Sweet Flowers to Send You My Baby.
No Cute wallpaper to Forward You My Baby.
Not Loving Words to Say You You My Baby.
Not Able Come Near to You My Baby.
Just A LOVING HEART Saying
“HAPPY X’MAS”

Dear Santa

Dear Santa, I’m fine and how have you been?
I feel it’s about time to write you again.

Our town has become a bright Christmas scene,
With everything sparkling of crisp red and green.

A Chubby Snowman

A chubby little snowman
had a carrot nose.
Along came a bunny,
and what do you suppose?

That hungry little bunny,
looking for some lunch,
Grabbed that snowman’s nose,
Nibble, nibble, crunch

LITTLE one

LITTLE one, who straight hast come
Down the heavenly stair,
Tell us all about your home,
And the father there.”

“He is such a one as I
Like as like can be.
Do his will, and, by and by,
Home and him you’ll see.”

Hurry Christmas

Hurry Christmas! How you creep,
I’ve some presents I can’t keep,
Just this morning I forgot,
And told baby what I’d bought.

All he answered was, “Goo goo!”
So I don’t think that he knew,
I told mamma hers was white,
And she’d wear it every night.

That she’d need it getting tea.
Then my mamma smiled at me,
And she whispered, “Isn’t May
Letting secrets fly away?”

Happy Glee

Bring your pipes and bring your drum,
Call the shepherds all to come;

Hasten quick, no time to lose,
Don’t forget your dancing shoes.

Frolic we right merrily:
He will laugh with happy glee,

Yes, and smile, and we will dance,
While He claps His tiny hands.

STAR high

STAR high
Baby low:
‘Twixt the two
Wise men go;
Find the baby,
Grasp the star
Heirs of all things
Near and far!

Sorrow and Scorn

Turn your eyes this Christmas
To the Child who was born
He came into the world
Only to find sorrow and scorn

He knew we needed a Savior
To set us free from sin
No other way to redemption
But to open your heart to Him