Merry Christmas Poems, Christmas 2017 Inspirational Poems, Poetry, Verse

Merry Christmas 2017 Poems

Merry Christmas Poems:- The Christmas festival or the birth of Jesus Christ is gonna be happen on 25th of Dec. Like each year let’s celebrate the day with Merry Christmas Poems for the people around us. The Christmas 2017 poems for friends, family and other people are collectively offered here on this page. Here, you will find miscellaneous Christmas poems and rhymes. The poem from the best writers who always wanna share their poetries are being expressed here. Get the complete list of best Christmas poems, Christmas poetry, Xmas Poems for various people in your life. You can also try to write the Merry Christmas 2017 Poems for your best ones.

CEREMONIES For CHRISTMAS

     Come, bring with noise,
My merry, merry boys,
The Christmas Log to the firing;
While my good Dame, she
Bids ye all be free;
And drink to your heart’s desiring.
With the last years brand
Light the new block, and
For good success in his spending,
On your Psaltries play,
That sweet luck may
Come while the log is a-tinding.
Drink now the strong beer,
Cut the white loaf here,
The while the meat is a-shredding;
For the rare mince-pie
And the plums stand by
To fill the paste that’s a-kneading.
Robert Herrick (1591- 1674)

Merry Christmas Poems

Short Christmas Poems

“What do we love about Christmas,
Does our delight reside in things?
Or are the feelings in our hearts,
the real gift that Christmas brings,
It’s seeing those we love,
And sending Christmas cards, too,
Appreciating people who bring us joy,
Special people just like you.”

Short Christmas Poems 2017

Merry Christmas Love Poems

Love is patient; Love is kind
Through Jesus Christ, love you will find.
Love does not envy, It is not puffed up
Seek Him with your heart, He will fill your cup.
Love does not behave rudely, does not seek its own
Be kind to others, for this God has shown.
Love bears, believes, hopes and endures all things,
Give love to all and blessings God brings.
Love Never Fails.

Merry Christmas Love Poems

Inspirational Christmas Poems

“Because in everything I do,
You always have a part,
Because a loving thought of you,
Is always in my heart,
Because each little wish of mine,
You’ve tried to make come true,
At Christmas time, I want to say,
How dearly I love you.”

Inspirational Christmas Poems 2017

Christmas 2017 Poems

I can hear the sound of carols,
I can hear the noise of bells,
Can hear the sound of cheer,
As I wish you dear,
This Christmas may you get everything,
You ever wanted in life,
May you don’t have to struggle and strive,
Good luck and happiness always,
Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas 2017 Poems

Christmas Poetry, Poems For Friends

“I know I’m sometimes thoughtless,
And forget to say and do,
The many little things I should,
To show my love for you,
But since it is Christmas time,
I got (made) this card just to say,
That always, deep within my heart,
I love you more and more each day!”

Christmas Poetry, Poems For Friends

Christmas Poems For Loved Ones

A chubby little snowman
had a carrot nose.
Along came a bunny,
and what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny,
looking for some lunch,
Grabbed that snowman’s nose,
Nibble, nibble, crunch

Christmas Poems For Loved Ones

“There is a strange magic in the air,
There is something for everyone,
The sound of the bells,
The anticipation and the fun,
The smiles on the faces,
There is a strange magic in the air,
It’s the time for Christmas!”

Funny Christmas Poems 2017

“Christmas is filled with special joys,
And the very best of all,
Is contemplating those dear to us,
And the memories we recall,
We often think at Christmas time,
Of people, affectionately,
And we realize how blessed we are,
To have you in our family.”

Funny Christmas Poems 2017

Beautiful Merry Christmas Poems

I’d like a stocking made for a giant,
And a meeting house full of toys,
Then I’d go out in a happy hunt
For the poor little girls and boys;
Up the street and down the street,
And across and over the town,
I’d search and find them everyone,
Before the sun went down.

Beautiful Merry Christmas Poems

Friends Christmas Poems

“May the meaning of Christmas,
Be deeper, its friendships stronger,
And its hopes brighter,
as it comes to you,
This year.”

Friends Christmas Poems

Happy Merry Christmas Poems, Sonnet

Xmas Poems:- The Merry Christmas poems, Xmas Poems are purely dedicated to Jesus Christ and his devotees. On this upcoming Christmas festival try to share the latest Christmas poems 2017 with the people you care for. These Christmas poems 2017 will carry all your messages to the people whom you wanna share your feelings with. The things will sound better in your relations that starts with merry Christmas poems on 25th of Dec. 2017 the merry Christmas day. You can just copy and paste the best merry Christmas poems, best Christmas poems, merry Christmas 2017 Poems, Latest Christmas Poems, Free Christmas Poems, Inspirational Christmas Poems, christmas poems for children, christmas poems in hindi, christmas poems for kids, christmas poems for cards, christmas poems in english, christmas poems for friends, Famous Merry Christmas 2017 Poems, christmas poems that rhyme, christmas poems that rhyme, christmas poems by famous poets, and send them to your loved ones on the celebration of happy merry Christmas day.

Famous Merry Christmas Poem

Heap on more wood! – the wind is chill;
But let it whistle as it will,
We’ll keep our Christmas merry still.
Each age has deem’d the new-born year
The fittest time for festal cheer:
Even, heathen yet, the savage Dane
At Iol more deep the mead did drain;
High on the beach his galleys drew,
And feasted all his pirate crew;
Then in his low and pine-built hall
Where shields and axes deck’d the wall
They gorged upon the half-dress’d steer;
Caroused in seas of sable beer;
While round, in brutal jest, were thrown
The half-gnaw’d rib, and marrow-bone:
Or listen’d all, in grim delight,
While Scalds yell’d out the joys of fight.
Then forth, in frenzy, would they hie,
While wildly lose their red locks fly,
And dancing round the blazing pile,
They make such barbarous mirth the while,
As best might to the mind recall
The boisterous joys of Odin’s hall.

And well our Christian sires of old
Loved when the year its course had roll’d,
And brought blithe Christmas back again,
With all his hospitable train.
Domestic and religious rite
Gave honour to the holy night;
On Christmas Eve the bells were rung;
On Christmas Eve the mass was sung:
That only night in all the year,
Saw the stoled priest the chalice rear.
The damsel donn’d her kirtle sheen;
The hall was dress’d with holly green;
Forth to the wood did merry-men go,
To gather in the mistletoe.
Then open’d wide the Baron’s hall
To vassal, tenant, serf and all;
Power laid his rod of rule aside
And Ceremony doff’d his pride.
The heir, with roses in his shoes,
That night might village partner choose;
The Lord, underogating, share
The vulgar game of ‘post and pair’.
All hail’d, with uncontroll’d delight,
And general voice, the happy night,
That to the cottage, as the crown,
Brought tidings of salvation down.

The fire, with well-dried logs supplied,
Went roaring up the chimney wide;
The huge hall-table’s oaken face,
Scrubb’d till it shone, the day to grace,
Bore then upon its massive board
No mark to part the squire and lord.
Then was brought in the lusty brawn,
By old blue-coated serving-man;
Then the grim boar’s head frown’d on high,
Crested with bays and rosemary.
Well can the green-garb’d ranger tell,
How, when, and where, the monster fell;
What dogs before his death to tore,
And all the baiting of the boar.
The wassel round, in good brown bowls,
Garnish’d with ribbons, blithely trowls.
There the huge sirloin reek’d; hard by
Plum-porridge stood, and Christmas pie;
Nor fail’d old Scotland to produce,
At such high tide, her savoury goose.
Then came the merry makers in,
And carols roar’d with blithesome din;
If unmelodious was the song,
It was a hearty note, and strong.
Who lists may in their mumming see
Traces of ancient mystery;
White shirts supplied the masquerade,
And smutted cheeks the visors made;
But, O! what maskers, richly dight,
Can boast of bosoms half so light!
England was merry England, when
Old Christmas brought his sports again.
‘Twas Christmas broach’d the mightiest ale;
‘Twas Christmas told the merriest tale;
A Christmas gambol oft could cheer
The poor man’s heart through half the year.

Sir Walter Scott (1771 – 1832)

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