On This Christmas Eve

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Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve has fallen upon us, may you have the sweetest love of others around you this Christmas time.  Day 24 and I share with you this next Christmas Poem, “On This Christmas Eve”, I hope you enjoy. Christmas love to you today, Clarabelle.

On This Christmas Eve

Do I hear Santa outside my house?

He’s very noisy, not quiet like a mouse.

I hear his footsteps, in the snow,

I hear him sing, ho, ho, ho.

I hope he thinks, that I’m asleep,

I tried counting sheep, like little Bo’ peep.

But excitement and fun, took over me,

I do love you Santa, please let me see.

I want to give you, a great big hug,

I want to tell you, I’ve left milk in your mug.

I want to sleigh ride, high in the sky,

Waving down at the snowmen, as we pass by.

My dearest Santa, you bring great joy,

To every family, and little girl and boy.

You make me smile, on this Christmas Eve,

Can you stay Santa?  Please don’t leave.

I’ve got lots to tell you, for I’ve been good,

Please don’t eat the carrots, that’s Rudolph’s food.

I put a gift, under the Christmas tree

It’s for you Santa, especially from me.

Created by Clarabelle, November 2013

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I’ll Never Stop Missing You

Christmas Candle

The Eve of Christmas Eve

Welcome to the eve of Christmas Eve and Day 23 of sharing a Christmas Poem with you. We all miss loved ones at Christmas who can’t be with us but they are always on our minds, even more so at this time of year.  This next Christmas Poem is a precious sentiment to all our loved ones who can’t be here in body but I am sure are with us in spirit, every part of this Christmas Day.  Lots of love to you this Christmas.

I’ll Never Stop Missing You

I’ll never stop missing you,
At Christmas and the whole year through.
You’re in my heart, everywhere I go,
In my tears, when I feel low.
Only because I want you here,
To hold you tight, to have you near.
Just one more time, to see your face,
To hug you close in a warm embrace.
When you did go, darkness fell,
You went to heaven, earth felt like hell.
I battled I struggled, my heart was torn,
You were always there, from the day I was born.
And even though, time has past,
I remember our chats, forever they’d last.
The fun times we had, walking together,
Hail, rain or snow, whatever the weather.
Christmas is upon us and I want you to know,
When I look above, I know you show.
I know you’re here, every step of the way,
Every move I make, every whisper I pray.
I love you more, than you’ll ever know,
Beyond the stars, beyond their glow.
And on this Christmas morn, my heart does smile,
You want me to be happy, forever and a while.
So I’ll take a deep breath, and rejoice this Christmas Day,
Because that’s what you’d want, I can hear you say.
So when I see little Robin, chirping at me.
I know it’s a symbol that you are free.

Created by Clarabelle, 23 December 2013

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Happy Happy Everything

Merry Christmas

Happy Happy Christmas

The countdown is on to Christmas Day so let’s celebrate with yes, you know it, another Christmas poem, woo hoo!!  I am really enjoying sharing these Christmas poems with you, we’re nearly there and I hope you are all organised for Santa coming.  Happy happy Christmas to you and well, Happy Everything too!!  Love Clarabelle

Happy Happy Everything

Happy happy everything,
on this Christmas day.
I wish you joy and lots of fun,
in a Merry Christmas way.
Enjoy the love, embrace it all,
it’s only once a year.
Happy happy everything,
for Christmas and New Year.

Created by Clarabelle, 21 December 2013

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On Christmas Eve

You're a Star

Christmas Eve

Woo hoo Day 18 already of sharing a Christmas Poem with you every day until Christmas Day.  Some of us have loved ones who live far away from us, but they make that special trip to visit us at Christmas time.  This next Christmas poem is all about that, about the excitement of loved ones arriving for the festivities on Christmas Eve.  Wishing you a wonderful time with your close family and friends this Christmas.  Love Clarabelle

On Christmas Eve

Love from a distance,
breaks my heart.
When we’re not together,
when we are apart.

But on Christmas Eve,
you’ll arrive with a smile,
So loving and caring,
we’ll hug for a while.

I get excited,
when I think of you.
I feel you here,
do you feel me too?

Usually Santa Claus,
is the star of the show.
But in my eyes,
it’s always you, you know.

Created by Clarabelle, 17 December 2013

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Father Christmas

Christmas Poetry Santa Claus

Sharing a Christmas Poem with You

A special Christmas welcome to Day 17 of sharing a Christmas Poem with you.  Here is a little cute fun one for you and one to share with the family.  I HO HO HOpe you like it!!  🙂 Love Clarabelle

Father Christmas

 Will Father Christmas,

say hello,

When he visits my house,

in the snow.

 Will I hear him sing,

ho, ho, ho,

Will I see the light,

from Rudolph’s nose glow.

 Oh Father Christmas,

I love you so,

Please stay a little longer,

before you go.

Created by Clarabelle, November 2013

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Christmas Comes But Once A Year

Merry Christmas

Christmas Poem by Maureen Turner

A very warm welcome to you on Day 11 of sharing a Christmas Poem with you.  Today I am so delighted to share a Christmas Poem with you that was created by the wonderfully talented Maureen Turner.  Maureen has been a Guest Blogger for us before on this Clarabelle Blog, here is a link to Maureen’s Guest Post from March 2013 where she shared with us her lovely poem entitled, “Happiness“.  However, today is also about happiness, happiness at Christmas time and I just know you’ll love Maureen’s Christmas Poem, entitled “Christmas Comes But Once A Year”.  A very special thank you to Maureen for sharing her happy spirit and creative talents with us here on this Clarabelle blog.

Christmas Comes But Once A Year

Christmas comes but once a year

The sleigh bells ring and Santa’s here

The tinsel, the tree for all to see

The presents we gave one for you, one for me

So let’s raise a glass to the year gone by

Did you laugh, did you cry or did it end on a high?

So all the best for 2014 to happiness and health

and to following your dream.

Created by Maureen Turner, Copyright 2013

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On Christmas Morn

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Photo: Painting from Kelvin Hall Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Christmas Welcome

A very warm Christmas welcome to Day 6 of my Christmas poems leading up to Christmas Day. I do hope you like the next one, it may make you think about the precious love that surrounds you at Christmastime, embrace it with open arms because you are very blessed indeed.

On Christmas Morn

She looked out of the window,
on Christmas Day.
She remembered her past,
a time to pray.

For now she is older,
she is eighty three,
and sits alone,
there’s no “you and me”.

She had a love,
a husband that cared,
They loved Christmas,
everything was shared.

But he passed away,
10 years ago.
She remembers his smile,
and them dancing in the snow.

She isn’t sad,
she doesn’t feel lonely.
She is grateful for this life,
and her one and only.

She misses him much,
he’s always in her thoughts,
On Christmas morn,
He’d say “I love you lots”.

She awaits her carriage,
her wonderful son.
Who is so special,
he looks after his mum.

Today she is part of,
a family filled with joy.
With 4 happy grandchildren,
3 girls and a boy.

She loves them dearly,
they are her life.
A special Gran, a loving mother,
and in her heart a happy wife.

She tells them stories,
of times gone by.
She laughs with her grandchildren,
and enjoys a mince pie.

She feels amazing,
so precious and true,
To my hubby in heaven,
I will always love you.

Created by Clarabelle, 5 December 2013

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Christmas Poetry: Go Santa Go

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Christmas Poetry, Day 5

A warm festive welcome to Day 5 of my Christmas poetry.  Everyday between now and Christmas Day I will share with you a happy Christmas poem.  I hope you enjoy today’s Christmas poem, called “Go Santa Go”.

Go Santa Go

Go Santa go,
Ride through the snow.
Come to my house,
Be as quiet as a mouse.

Go Santa go,
Let Rudolph glow.
His nose so bright.
A happy guiding light.

Go Santa go,
I love you, you know.
In your cosy red suit,
Coming down the chimney shoot.

Go Santa go,
Singing ho, ho, ho.
You are magic all around,
Snowy footprints on the ground.

Go Santa go,
I’ve left you 3 in a row.
Milk, carrots and a warm mince pie.
See you next year Santa, with love, goodbye.

Created by Clarabelle, 3 December 2013

Christmas Poetry: I Miss You Forever

 

 Christmas Tree

Christmas Poem

Every day between now and Christmas I am going to share a Christmas Poem with you. The one below speaks from my heart this Christmas time.

Loved Ones

Christmas is a beautiful time to spend with your family and close friends and this is often a time when you also think about your loved ones who can’t be with you right now and I know you can relate to that, just like me.

This next Christmas poem is all about that and this one is dedicated to my Wonderful Dad in heaven, “I Miss You Forever”.

I Miss You Forever

I miss you forever,
forever and a day.
But it seems to get harder,
when Christmas comes our way.

I think of your smile,
I think of your love.
When Christmas is with us,
And you are above.

Kindness is in the air,
All I want to give to you.
Is the biggest ever hug,
This is what I’d do.

If only Santa Claus,
Could make my dreams come true.
We’d be putting up the tree,
Instead, I’m feeling blue.

But Christmas is upon us,
and you are in my heart.
Shining like a beacon,
Flowing through every part.

I miss you forever,
and on this Christmas Day.
I love you more than you’ll ever know.
And in my heart for you I pray.

Created by Clarabelle, 1 December 2013

Poetry: Christmas Bells

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Christmas Poetry

Every day between now and Christmas Day I am going to make up a poem for you and share it here on this Clarabelle Blog.  If you would like to inspire one of the Christmas poems or better still, if you want create a special Christmas poem for this blog, then please just let me know on the comments section below. Poems can be about anything related to Christmas, for example, you might want one of the Christmas poems to be about a Snowman or Father Christmas or Christmas Candles or Christmas Love….whatever you want, please just let me know.  I can’t promise that I will be able to include everyone’s Christmas poems or ideas but I will do my very best to capture what I can. Here is the first one for you:

Christmas Bells

The sound of love,
The sound of joy.
Giggles and smiles,
From every girl and boy.

The sound of hope,
The sound of fun.
Christmas bells ring,
Uplifting everyone.

Treasure this time,
Play in the snow.
With Christmas jingles,
And Santa on show.

Let the tree,
Light up the room.
Give warmth this Christmas
Let the Christmas flowers bloom.

Created by Clarabelle, 1 December 2013

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Santa’s Secrets

Christmas Holidays

There is something magical in the air at Christmas time, I just feel a different vibe – for me it is filled with love and it really feels so special and beautiful.  May you have an abundance of love in your life over the Christmas Holidays.  Mistletoe kisses from Clarabelle.

Santa's Secrets

Santa’s Secrets

Sweet kisses, around the Christmas tree,

Snowflakes sparkle, on you and me.

Santa’s secrets, whispered in my ear,

Reindeer dance, in the sky, with no fear.

The moon is whiter, than the shimmering snow,

The icy waters, glisten and glow.

The eve of Christmas, in all its glory,

Awakens the human spirit, what a loving story.

poemsbyclarabelle, 20 October 2012

Family Christmas Poems

Family Christmas Poems

Please check out Clarabelle’s eBook of Christmas Poems, entitled “It’s All About Christmas” – it contains 25 festive poems for all the family, one for each day of Advent leading up to Christmas Day.  Please CLICK HERE for more information/to purchase. PRICE:  £2.99