A Poem for Holiday Miracles, Fun, And Love

By Laraine Smith All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry / Children

Blurb

Inspiration for this poem came from the web site for Panoramic Images, the Peanuts special “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” the song “When I Hear A Christmas Song” by Dennis DeYoung and the two movies “The Linda McCartney Story” and “Snoopy, Come Home.”

Chapter 1

On this New Year’s Eve,

Flowers explode in the sky!

Let’s go to Iceland!

All fun-loving kids,

They are skating on the ice!

They see miracles!

Flowers in the sky,

They are green, red, and purple!

They create rainbows!

This Christmas Eve Sky,

It has countless points of light.

Jeffrey feels lucky.

He and Lilly Louise,

They have loved without limits.

Christmas is special.

Wives and their husbands,

They bring their kids to remote lands!

They enjoy Christmas!

Wives and her husbands,

They take their kids on fun rides!

They spin round and round!

Rikki and Mikey,

They travel to remote lands!

They spin round and round!

Angels in New York,

They keep skaters company!

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