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Christmas Eve by Mahik’s

By: Mahik’s

Presents adorned in glittery bows beneath a Christmas tree

Source: Christmas Trees | Penelope Peru Photography

Mahik’s gets our jingle bells a ringin’ with her latest poem, “Christmas Eve.”

Oh, Christmas! Oh, winters!
Here you come With Santa Claus on his way,
Oh, Christmas! Oh fun!
With joy some And a lot of carols to sing,
A tree to decorate, some presents to take,
A cake to cut, some presents to give,
A bell to ring, a wish to make,
And make it a perfect Christmas Day!

Oh, Christmas! Oh, Santa!
There you are I’ve been waiting from so far,
Oh, Christmas! Oh, jingles!
Sing along,
A Christmas song, not too long,
Dress code red,
With beard white as snow,
Comes in a cart, saying “Ho, Ho, Ho,”
For her, for him, for you, too
Gifts are there in Santa’s queue,

Oh, Christmas! Oh, snow!
Come again soon,
And take my smile to the moon,
Oh, Christmas! Oh, Christmas!
There’s a lot more I can’t even describe and reach its core.

Head on over to Mahik’s blog for more of her delightful poetry!

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