CHRISTMAS TALES - MISCELLANY
Uncatagorised poems and stories
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, had a very shiny nose,
Little Jesus sweetly sleep, do not stir, We will lend a coat of fur,
A is for Advent, the count down to Christmas B is for the Bells that ring out in celebration
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
The snow softly falls on Christmas Eve Excitement abounds for they who believe
My worst Christmas present ever I thought I would be lucky to receive
My worst Christmas present ever Was when I got an empty carton A
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 sound of Christmas really tells In the ring of the Salvation Army bells Calling out into the dark
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
Three Kings Day is celebrated on January 6th, twelve days after Christmas and is the last day of the Christmas season.