Christmas Poems and verses are an ideal way to make your christmas cards different. Why not choose a verse to make your christmas greeting for this Christmas original. Every year I compose a verse to add to my cards and I am sure your friends and family will enjoy reading your original wishes.
Christmas is the time of year when we have many tasks to do
So I hope I have made it easier by writing these poems that you can make personal for you
Do not forget that you can add your own names for that extra personal touch
Then I am sure the recipient will thank you very much
by Margmax 2011
Sending cards at this busy time can be a tedious task but why not make your cards and gift tags special this year by personalizing them with your own special verse. I know from my friends and family that they enjoy receiving and reading my verse each year and I enjoy doing it. So why not take a few minutes from your busy festive chores to select a verse that you feel is right for you.
I have tried to create categories which I hope will cover all tastes and if you to not want to write a verse why not have a look at my Christmas One Liners which are ideal for adding a personal sentence at the bottom of the printed verse.
Also do not forget about the children the one liners also includes a children's section and these one liners are great to add to a greeting card verse or gift tag.
I will continue to add to these poems as the festivities draw nearer but if you feel that nothing quite suits your needs please let me know.
Christmas poems for the festive time
The poems on this page are for fun but for poems/verses to write in your cards please choose from links at the bottom of the page:-
I wrote the following as a fun poem and I find it all over the web as author unknown which is very annoying as I worked hard on it so if you are copying it please credit my name and website because other people are taking credit. Why not send it to your female friends at least once
PLEASE NOTE! the word "fanny" in this poem is used in the context of the American name for "bottom"
Merry Christmas To My Female Friends
If I were ol' Santa, you know what I'd do
I'd dump silly gifts that are given to you
And deliver some things just inside your front door
Things you have lost, but treasured before.
I'd give you back all your maidenly vigor,
And to go along with it, a neat tiny figure.
Then restore the old color that once graced your hair
Before rinses and bleaches took residence there.
I'd bring back the shape with which you were gifted
So things now suspended need not be uplifted.
I'd draw in your tummy and smooth down your back
Till you'd be a dream in those tight fitting slacks.
I'd remove all your wrinkles and leave only one chin
So you wouldn't spend hours rubbing grease on your skin.
You'd never have flushes or queer dizzy spells,
And you wouldn't hear noises like ringing of bells.
No sore aching feet and no corns on your toes,
No searching for spectacles when they're right on your nose.
Not a shot would you take in your arm, hip or fanny,
From a doctor who thinks you're a nervous old granny.
You'd never have a headache, so no pills would you take.
And no heating pad needed since your muscles won't ache.
Yes, if I were Santa, you'd never look stupid,
You'd be a cute little chick with the romance of a cupid.
I'd give a lift to your heart when those wolves start to whistle,
And the joys of your heart would be light as a thistle.
But alas! I'm not Santa. I'm simply just me,
The matronest of matrons you ever did see.
I wish I could tell you all the symptoms I've got,
But I'm due at my doctor's for an estrogen shot.
Even though we've grown older, this wish is sincere,
Merry Christmas to you and a Happy New Year.
by Margmax 2010
I wrote the following Christmas poems for my other half who needs no excuse to have a drink but takes advantage of having guests or holidays to get in a few more... if you have such a partner why not send it to them.
Get your bottles stacked right up
Work your way through them
sup sup sup
See Christmas through an alcohol
See how long you can stretch those
Warn your liver it’s in for a bashing
Beer, red wine on their way dashing
Hide the scales ‘cause your weight
Can that body take anymore?
No doubt it’s what you think Christmas is for
Booze, booze and booze give me more
Santa you are top of (Jon’s) Christmas list
You give him an excuse to spend Christmas p----d
by Margmax 2013
Here is a Christmas poems I wrote just for fun
Not many days left to go
So no doubt Santa is in full flow
Elves working to reach their target
All in time for the Christmas market
Children’s Christmas lists all done
Now wasn’t that a lot of fun
Last minute shopping still to do
Because you have always forgotten a few
But if you are feeling a tad worn out
Just give a thought to Santa’s house
I bet he will be glad when Christmas day arrives
His job complete and another year survived
Not forgetting his trusty workforce of elves
A short break before they start again filling those shelves
Have you gave a thought to Rudolph and his mates
I bet the 24th December is a date they hate
So now you see you have got an easy ride
Only one house for you not houses worldwide
So if you feel a groan coming from you
Just think of poor old Santa and his crew!
by Margmax 2013
Here is a poem I wrote for parents on Christmas Eve - a bit of nostalgia
It’s Christmas eve the children tucked in their beds
Preparations done for tomorrow - so many folk to be fed
Presents all piled up under the Christmas tree
At last a quiet moment for you and for me
The hectic activity of the past days
Has left us in a bit of a festive daze
No doubt tomorrow will see us wiped out
Just like our bank account - by that’s took a clout
But hey it only happens once a year
How can you pretend you really don’t care
When you picture those little upturned faces
As they look for their presents in familiar places
So although it will take us months to recoup
We can spend next week on turkey soup
Then until pay day Christmas left overs will do
Christmas pud, Christmas cake and of course turkey stew
So for all parents out there who share in this preparation
I hope you are having a quiet moment on Christmas eve
just like us
Because as you get older and look back over Christmases gone
You will agree it was worth it because your children will carry
your traditions on.....
by Margmax 2013
Memories of My Childhood Christmas
Christmas was special when I was a child
We didn’t get hyper and run around wild
But I had lots of cousins, aunts and uncles too
So I was never beat for someone to play a
game or two
We would congregate together taking turns
at who played host
Every household got a turn no-one was picked
on the most
New Year’s Eve was the finale and when my
childhood was done
All my teenage friends were eager to join the
family for the New Year fun
So I can look back with nice memories of
Christmastimes gone by
Growing up in an extended family my sister
Extended family get togethers are rare nowadays
What a shame children will not have memories
of Christmastimes like I do
Not Forgetting New Year
Happy New Year to all who see’s this
I hope 2015 is simply bliss
I wish for everyone that the year to come
Is healthy, prosperous and most of all fun
As the clock moves around to midnight
Don’t be Cinderella and take flight
Raise your glass or if you prefer raise a mug
of coffee or tea
It makes no difference what’s in it
I am sure you will see
Just wish all around and yourself if there’s
The best year to come and make it come true
We all have our up’s and down’s it’s called
life you see
It happens to you and it happens to me
So I raise my glass or my cuppa as the clock
strikes the hour
and I wish you all a Happy New Year and
remember it’s up to you to give it some power
by Margmax 2014
Christmas poems for that special time
This is how I feel about New Year Eve now
When I think of the New Year Eve’s of old
tramping around in the ice and cold
Staying up until daylight appears
Spending New Year’s day in bed until your
Waiting around for the taxi you pre-booked
and are assured will be there
It never turns up no matter how long you
wait - you have used them all year but now
they simply don’t care
Now I know I am officially old
No more tramping around for me in the cold
Out for a drink in town through the day
Home before dark and before public transport
is taken away
M&S Dine in mmm suits me just fine
‘cause as well as the food you get a bottle of wine
by Margmax 2015/6
Written for someone alone at Christmas
Sometimes Christmastime is a
The worst time of the year
You think you are the only one
alone without people who care
Time evolves, life evolves
we are only here awhile
So it’s up to us to make it count
to go for that extra mile
In this box look and you will find
Just for you things of a special kind
A magic candle to light your way
to a bright new sunny day
A Christmas cake with spices
Can you really resist it’s niceness
Endorphins that’s chocolate you know
Devour them and see where you go
A drink to relax as you ponder awhile
and you make a plan for that extra mile
Know that people care
reach out and find them there
You are not alone ....
you just have to use your phone
A new year will soon arrive
Make a resolution, turn a new
page you will survive.
by Margmax 2016
The Christmas Poems which I have are varied to hopefully suit all tastes so......
PLEASE CHOOSE FROM:-
Cute Xmas Poems
Funny Xmas Poems
Christian Christmas Poems
Love Xmas Poems
Short Xmas Poems
Children Christmas Poems
Family Xmas Poems
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