Funny Christmas Poems

Its always good to send funny christmas poems in xmas season. Christmas is the time of blessing and to write funny merry christmas poems and send funny christmas cards. Here you will find christmas funny poems to write on cards and send to friends. Read our short funny christmas poems.

The funniest face

The funniest face
looked out at me
From a silver ball
On the Christmas Tree!

At first I thought
It was Santa’s elf,
But I looked again and
It was just myself!

So Long Ago

So long ago I left that house
Everyone couldn’t believe

That Daddy’s little girl would leave
Saying I’d never return.

Your Name Inspires Charity

Your name inspires charity, wherever it is spoke
And your face that’s full of happiness, forever carries hope

Hope that eventually all evil will be extinguished
And never did you care if your name became distinguished.

A Night’s Snowfall

A cold wind blows
Throughout the street

The sky unfurls
Could it be sleet?

The Exitment Of Christmas

Christmas is coming,
I’m so exited

I bet Santa is to,
He’ll be delighted

When Christmas Comes

When christmas comes already yet,
Mit presents large and sweet.

The tings I like in mein stockings best,
By jiminiy, are my feet..

All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

Every body stops
and stares at me
These two teeth are
gone as you can see
I don’t know just who
to blame for this catastrophe!
But my one wish on Christmas Eve
is as plain as it can be!

All I want for Christmas
is my two front teeth,
my two front teeth,
see my two front teeth!


No one’s hangin’ stockings up,
No one’s bakin’ pies;
No one’s lookin’ up to see
A new star in the sky.

No one’s talkin’ brotherhood,
No one’s givin’ gifts;
And no one loves a Christmas tree
On March the 25th.

Moonless Darkness Stands

Moonless darkness stands between.
Past, the Past, no more be seen!
But the Bethlehem-star may lead me

To the sight of Him Who freed me
From the self that I have been.

Make me pure, Lord: Thou art holy;
Make me meek, Lord: Thou wert lowly;

Now beginning, and alway:
Now begin, on Christmas day.

I Sit Atop Your Christmas Tree

I sit atop your Christmas tree,
All clad in pink, a real fairy.

The reason I appear to smirk,
The sprig of spruce stuck up my skirt.