Christmas Love


It's Christmastime and carols fill

The crisp, cold nighttime air,

The snow, now gently falling,

Forms a blanket, everywhere.


Bright lights, cling to houses, trees,

And buildings 'long the street,

People carrying parcels,

Exchange greetings, when they meet.


The lingering smell of wood smoke,

Kindles memories from the past,

A moment to be savored,

How I Wish all this would last.


Inside now, smelling cookies,

As you take them, from the oven,

Mixed and rolled, cut and dropped,

Baked with lots of lovin'.


A tree with presents 'neath it,

So befitting of the season,

A manger on the mantle

To remind us of the reason.


That I enjoy this Christmastime,

So much is very true,

but what would Christmas be for me,

if it were not for you.?


You fill my life at Christmastime,

And each day of the year,

You fill my heart with so much love,

You’re all that I hold dear.


If I live 100 Christmases

Before this life is through,

I only want that many if,

I spend them all with you.


 used by permission
Copyright © Ron Bliss
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"The Christmas Song"
(Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
performed by
Hector John Gaudreau

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