Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas to one and all

The gifts I'd leave beneath your tree,
Aren't those that you can touch or see,
Not wrapped in Christmas tissue gay
But gifts to bless you every day.
The gift of friendship warm and true,
Is one that I would leave for you

Good health and happiness and cheer
To keep you smiling through the year
The gift of peace and joy,
With prayer to guide each path you trod
And when your heart has lost it's song
The gift of hope to cheer you on.

These are the gifts I'd leave for you.


Ronna said...

Thanks for those wishes. Very well said.

uncertainvoyage said...

I like it very much too. I can't take credit though. I got it from a free poem website. I neglected to copy the source page - I can't find it now. Merry Christmas!

Susan Williamson said...

What a fantastic poem Cori. Thanks for posting. I really appreciated the message that Christmas isn't about shopping, cooking and housework!