CHRISTMAS TALES - MISCELLANY

Uncatagorised poems and stories

A CAROL FOR THE 21ST CENTURY – LITTLE DONKEY

Little donkey, little donkey on the dusty road,

A CAROL FOR THE 21ST CENTURY – THE ROCKING CAROL

Little Jesus sweetly sleep, do not stir, We will lend a coat of fur,

ALPHABET OF CHRISTMAS

A is for Advent, the count down to Christmas B is for the Bells that ring out in celebration

ARE YOU WEARING CHRISTMAS SOCKS?

Are you wearing Christmas socks?

CHAVS CHRISTMAS # 1

I kept the kids home from school

CHRISTMAS AT THE PEAKS

Will it be a cold Christmas? Joyless and bleak This year in Manchester For Mr. and Mrs. Peak Amanda and Philip Robbed of their pride and joys By a drunken fool Who murdered their dear boys

CHRISTMAS BELLS

Christmas bells

CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY

Well I think it has happened It is my darkest fear

CHRISTMAS DAY FOR THE POOR

Christmas day for the poor,

CHRISTMAS GOOD WILL

I look from my window Upon a street of cheer

CHRISTMAS IS FOR CHILDREN

The snow softly falls on Christmas Eve Excitement abounds for they who believe

CHRISTMAS JAMMING

I sit in my car on a December day In the evening rush hour on a Friday

CHRISTMAS RECIPE

Why can we not bottle its essence? The Christmas recipe,

CHRISTMAS SHOCKING

Well worn festive tunes Blare out Hapless faces

COOL YULE

COOL YULE (By Sam Curtis)

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS

When Jack Frost is abroad And the Thanksgiving snow falls

CROMWELLIAN

The lord protector Oliver Cromwell

DASHING THROUGH THE SNOW

Dashing through the snow On a one horse open sleigh,

DECEMBER

December’s wind is bitter December's moon is cold

DECEMBER REMEMBRANCES

Every year during the festivities I remember friends and family

DOB?

In Rome a monk living about 530 ad A mathematician and an astronomer

FESTIVE FEELING

Christmas is the time for living

FLAWLESS

You are fat and round And your trousers are tight

IF ANYONE LOVED CHRISTMAS

If anyone loved Christmas Then it would be Molly

IN THE CHRISTMAS VILLAGE

In the Christmas village At the North Pole

IT’S NOT EVERYONE’S IDEAL

It’s not everyone’s ideal Not their cup of tea

KEEP CHRISTMAS WELL

Keep Christmas well Embrace its spirit

KIDS DON’T UNDERSTAND CHRISTMAS

All children think Christmas just happens

MAY THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON

May this Christmas season

MORE NUTS THAN CAN BE CRACKED

We buy more drink than can be drunk

MOTHER CHRISTMAS

The birth of Christ Is the reason for the day

MRS CLAUS WAS COURTED

Mrs Claus was courted By Santa and a man called Ray

MY CHRISTMAS FRIEND (Acrostic)

Merry Christmas Yuletide friend

MY FAVOURITE THINGS AT XMAS # 1

Baubles and bells and candle light glows

MY FAVOURITE THINGS AT XMAS # 2

Mulled wine and eggnog, a schooner of sherry

MY WORST CHRISTMAS PRESENT EVER # 1

My worst Christmas present ever I thought I would be lucky to receive

MY WORST CHRISTMAS PRESENT EVER # 2

My worst Christmas present ever Was when I got an empty carton A

NICE

Making your way in life, it's nice To know you can, once or twice

OVER CHRISTMAS THE AMBULANCE SERVICE

Over Christmas the ambulance service

POISONOUS POINSETTIAS

Since the early part of the 20th century a rumor

PUT A COIN IN THE BUCKET

Put a coin in the bucket It doesn't have to be big

REMEMBRANCE SHINES

Remembrance shines most

SEASONS GREETINGS

Tis the festive season Of goodwill and reason

THE CHRISTMAS PARTY IS OVER

The Christmas party is over

THE ORIGINS OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE

THE ORIGINS OF THE CHRISTMAS TREE ' WOULD YOU ADAM AND EVE IT In the 11th century during advent short plays were performed called mysteries and these were very popular.

THE PIPES OF CHRISTMAS PAST

The pipes of Christmas past

THE SALVATION ARMY BELLS

The sound of Christmas really tells In the ring of the Salvation Army bells Calling out into the dark

THE WEATHER MAY BE DREARY

The weather may be dreary My bones maybe weary I may walk with heavy step I maybe lacking in pep But when Christmas arrives My spirit soon revives

THEY ARE THE THREE KINGS

There are three things That Christmas brings

THIS CHRISTMAS TIME

This Christmas Time When you celebrate the day

THREE KINGS DAY

Three Kings Day is celebrated on January 6th, twelve days after Christmas and is the last day of the Christmas season.

THROW AWAY CHRISTMAS

Cards adorned with Robins and snow Holly sprigs and festive candle glow

TIME FOR CHRISTMAS

At last I have some time to spare No more work until the New Year

WE COULD HAVE

We could have raised a glass With all the usual crowd