Best Collections of Christmas Poems

Best Christmas Poems Collections

Short Christmas poems are great pieces of artwork that convey deep meanings and significance. These artwork pieces usually describe winter setting and all things related to Christmas Day. Poems about Christmas are quite fun to read. It can set a mood for the holiday season. Aside from its meaning and wording, Christmas poems can be used in different ways. let us go through these short poem for kids.
Here you can find a collection Best Short Christmas Poems. These beautiful Christmas Poems are really sweet and suitable for preschool and kindergartens.

Best Christmas Poems Collections


( M.E. Miro )

Christmas is more than a day in December
It's all of those things that we love to remember
Its carolers singing familiar refrains
Bright colored stockings and shiny toy trains
Streamers of tinsel and glass satin balls
Laughter that rings through the house and its halls
Christmas is more than a day in December
Its the magic and the love
That we'll always remember


Carols and candles aglow in the night,
Hearth fires blazing all cozy and bright,
Red-leaved poinsettia, white Christmas rose,
Ice skaters whirling on ice as it snows,
Sleigh bells and Santas,
Tinsel-trimmed trees,
Mistletoe magic and warm memories,
Angels all bringing glad tidings anew,
Season's best wishes especially for you!

Past and Present

(Joseph Kallinger)
Christmas, the time of year
that has the impact
of a childhood story
and the dreams of the future
all rolled into the presents
that we give our loved ones.


Memories are a special house
We build inside ourselves
Where love and laughter linger,
Where all our past life dwells.
On holidays like Christmas
We can draw upon the store,
Reliving happy times
And feeling all that warmth once more.
Wherever we may travel,
This house is always there
To help to blend the old and new,
To build on . . . grow . . . and share.
This house can never get too full,
Just grow from floor to floor,
Because the joy of memories
Is always making more.

A Dozen Christmas Roses

One rose for the times we've shared and the memories we've made
One rose for being someone I can trust
One rose for accepting me as I am
One rose for forgiving me the mistakes I've made
One rose for taking the time to listen even when you don't understand or agree
One rose for being there when I need you
One rose for letting me be there when you need someone
One rose for the hopes and dreams and feelings you share
One rose for your actions that speak louder than words
One rose for knowing when to speak and when to offer silence
One rose for your smile that brings joy into my world
And one rose for being one of life's most beautiful gifts
Twelve roses because you are important to me and I love you.

Making Memories

Christmas is a time of joy,
A time for love and cheer,
A time for making memories,
To last throughout the year

Christmas Candle

(Eva K. Logue)

A Christmas candle is a lovely thing;
It makes no noise at all,
But softly gives itself away;
While quite unselfish, it grows small.

My Christmas E-Mail

I have a list of people I know, all logged in my computer,
And now at Christmas time I have gone to take a look.

And that is when I realize that these names are a part,
Not of the computer they're stored in, but of my heart.
For each name stands for someone who has crossed my path sometime,
And in that meeting they've become the rhythm in each rhyme.
And while it sounds fantastic for me to make this claim,
I feel that I'm composed of each remembered name.

And while you may not be aware of any special link,
Just meeting you has changed my life, a lot more than you think!
For once I have met somebody, the years cannot erase,
The memory of a pleasant word (or E-mail) or of a friendly face.
So never think my Christmas E-mails are just a mere routine,
Of names upon an address list, forgotten in between.

For when I do a Christmas E-mail that is addressed to you,
It's because you're on the list of people I'm indebted to.
And whether I have known you for many years or few,
In some way you have been a part of shaping things I do.
And now that Christmas has come, I realize anew,
The best gift life can offer is meeting people like you.

Merry Christmas

Each you filled day
that passes down my life
is so full of wonder
that Christmas is the rule.
Exceptions only come
When you're not here.

Merry Christmas.
Breakfast was
especially good today
because today
was most especially you.

A Secret

(Laurie Brignac, age 10)

Do you know why the pine trees
Stand so straight and tall?
How do they keep their branches
stiff and straight
And never stoop at all?
It really is a secret,
Which the north wind told to me--
That every pine tree hopes some day,
To be a Christmas tree!

Christmas Joy

(Winifred F. Walters)

Christmas may be many things
or it may be a few.
For you, the joy
is each new toy;
for me; it's watching you.

Wishing you the Joy of the Season

May your neighbors respect you,
Trouble neglect you,
The angels protect you
and Heaven accept you.


Santa comes on Christmas Eve
Seeking those who yet believe
Through a frosty winter night
In a sleigh with reindeer flight
Bringing joy to large and small
Merry Christmas one and all.

Cradle Hymn

(Martin Luther)

Away in a manger, no crib for a bed,
The little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head.
The stars in the bright sky looked down where
He lay--the little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay.

The cattle are lowing, the baby awakes,
But little Lord Jesus, no crying He makes.
I love Thee, Lord Jesus! look down from the sky,
And stay by my cradle till morning is nigh.

Santa's Lap

I like to visit Santa Claus
When Christmas time is near.
It's fun to climb up on his lap
And whisper in his ear.
He says, "My dear, have you been good?
Have you done what Mother said you should?
Do you brush your teeth and hair each day?
Are you kind to others when you play?
I listen to each question
And answer every one.
Although I am ashamed to say
I must say no to some.
But Santa never scares me;
He doesn't even scold.
He just says, "Try again, my dear,
You're a fine lad, I am told."
Gee, I like to visit Santa Claus
When Christmas time is near.
It's fun to climb up on his lap
And whisper in his ear . . .

Christmas Lights

(Cowtown Stacy)

What a tangled web we weave
When first we try to light the eave
A jumbled mess of bulbs and wire
Almost enough to uninspire!
But soon enough the job is done
We've even found the burned out one!
We've trimmed the tree and lit the hedge
And even strung the rooftop edge

Traditional ending:
And the dancing lights, both bright and clear
Mean Christmastime is finally here!

Religious ending:
And standing back, the dancing light
Reminds us of that sacred night
When one bright star lit up the way
That led to where the Christ-child lay.

Humorous ending:
And gazing at the festive hues,
We hope it doesn't blow a fuse!

Humorous ending about a family joke:
And standing back, our tactless spouse
Says "Christmas threw up on our house!"

Christmas Tree

(Aileen Fisher)

I'll find me a spruce in the cold white wood with wide green boughs and a snowy hood.

I'll pin on a star with five gold spurs to mark my spruce from the pines and firs.

I'm make me a score of suet balls to tie on my spruce when the cold dusk falls,

And I'll hear next day from the sheltering trees, the Christmas carol of the chickadees.

Christmas is for Children

(Elsie Melchert Fowler)
Christmas is for children--
at least that's what they say,
It's time of wide-eyed wonder,
a magic holiday

When candy canes and gingerbread
fill tummies with delight
And little sleepyheads try hard
to stay up through the night.

Yes, Christmas is for children-
anyone will tell you so.
The twinkling, colored lights on trees
make youngsters' eyes just glow!

Each package and each stocking
is approached with childish joy
And toys bring squeals of laughter
from each eager girl and boy.

Yes, Christmas is for children--
all they say is true.
How wonderful that at Christmas time--
grownups are children, too!
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