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Christian Christmas Poems

Christian Christmas Poems
Christian Christmas poems are great to include in a Christmas card or read at a Christmas service. Consider this inspirational poem on Christmas.

Christmas Giving (A Christian Christmas Poem)
By Diane Wright

The snow is rapidly falling
People are scurrying and in a fuss
They try to complete their shopping list
and get it done before the Christmas rush.

The house smells are scintillating
There are cookies, cakes, pies and more
Excitement is in the air for all
waiting for the festivities that are in store.

This is the most joyous time of all
It’s Christmas giving all in fun
Yet, why can't we make Christmas
every day for everyone?

Love is not a seasonal emotion
To only be shared in the Christmas flair
We should spread love all year through
Displaying a christlike attitude to share.

FOR . . .

The homeless, deprived, and hurting
Torn clothing, sick, and in want
Bedding down on streets and corners
Days too long to even stop and count.

The unmarried girl with child
Needs love to alleviate strife
Weighing the cost involved
Going under the abortionist’s knife.

The elderly in nursing homes alone
Family rejected, unloved, their words unsaid
Pushed off to the side emotionally
Left to die in loneliness instead.

The abused child feeling rejected, unloved
Stripped of nurturing love and dignity,
Hiding behind a wall of anger
Needing love to find her identity.

They are out there; the poor, depressed, and lonely
In deep need and want year through
So many to love and tenderly touch
And, doing your part makes the numbers few.

The Christmas season passes quickly
And we go back to our daily lives
Forgetting one another's needs
Ignoring the cries and mournful sighs.

Our Savior’s eyes fills with saddened tears
Witnessing His children give love then suspend
from giving of self all year long
Rather… Waiting for Christmas to arrive again.

© Diane O. Wright

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