Xmas poems or Christmas Poems are very strong and beautiful treasures of our childhood. These poems are the best way to capture the fantasy of a child with its simple diction and lucid style. Also, these poems express the real significance of the occasion. Christmas is the occasion, which commemorates the birth of the Jesus Christ, whose follows are known as Christians. It is therefore obvious that most of the Christmas carols celebrate the essence of Christianity, as they welcome the King of heaven on this world.
Be ready to enter in the depth of the Happy Christmas Poems 2018 and try to spread the message of peace, love, friendship, and harmony in every corner of the world.
List of Top 10 Best Happy Christmas Poems 2018:
- Turn your eyes this Christmas
- Christmas Long Ago
- A Song Was Heard At Christmas
- When Santa Claus Comes
- Mom Is Making Christmas
- A Christmas Wish
- Christmas Lights
- Candlelit Heart
- Christmas Giving
Turn Your Eyes This Christmas
By Mary E. Carpio
Turn your eyes this Christmas
To the Child who was born
He came into the world
Only to find sorrow and scorn
Knew we needed a Savior
To set us free from sin
No other way to redemption
But to open your heart to Him
Remember this Christmas season
Material things cannot satisfy
They are but temporary
They disappear and die
But the love of our Savior
A gift that lives eternally
He is that brightest Star
That shines upon the tree.
By: 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
Christmas Long Ago
By Jo Geis
Frosty days and ice-still nights,
Fir trees trimmed with tiny lights,
Sound of sleigh bells in the snow,
That was Christmas long ago.
Tykes on sleds and shouts of glee,
Sugarplums and candle glow,
Part of Christmas long ago.
Footsteps stealthy on the stair,
Sweet-voiced carols in the air,
Stocking hanging in a row,
Tell of Christmas long ago.
Starry nights so still and blue,
Good friends calling out to you,
Life, so fact, will always slow…
For dreams of Christmas long ago.
A Song Was Heard At Christmas
Poem By: Timothy Dudley-Smith
A song was heard at Christmas
To wake the midnight sky:
A saviour’s birth, and peace on earth,
And praise to God on high.
The angels sang at Christmas
With all the hosts above,
And still we sing the newborn King
His glory and his love.
when Santa Claus Comes:
A good time is coming, I wish it were here,
The very best time in the whole of the year;
I’m counting each day on my fingers and thumbs
the weeks that must pass before Santa Claus comes.
Then when the first snowflakes begin to come down,
And the wind whistles sharp and the branches are brown,
I’ll not mind the cold, though my fingers it numbs,
For it brings the time nearer when Santa Claus comes.
Mom Is Making Christmas:
By: Vicky A. Luong
Cookies baking in the kitchen-
The smell floats through the air;
Mom is making Christmas
with her usual merry flair
The house she gaily decorated,
Each gift she stitched with love,
And we’ll gather around the Christmas tree
for an evening of old-fashioned fun
This evening she’ll sing a carol for us
With her angel’s voice.
Yes, Mom is making Christmas-
A true reason to rejoice.
A Christmas Wish
Poem By: Eugene Field
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.
Poem by Mary E. Linton
Somewhere across the winter world tonight
You will be hearing chimes that fill the air;
Christmas extends its all-enfolding light
Across the distance…something we can share.
You will be singing, just the same as I,
These familiar songs we know so well,
And you will see these same stars in your sky
And wish upon that brightest one that fell.
I shall remember you and trim my tree,
One shining star upon the topmost bough;
I will hang wreaths of faith that all may see —
Tonight I glimpse beyond the hear and now.
And all the time that we must be apart
I keep a candle in my heart.
By Marie Irish
Bright Christmas stars shine on high,
Golden stars in the wint’ry sky;
Christmas candles in windows bright
Sends greeting into the night;
While in our hearts the Christmas flame,
Glows with a love like his who came,
The infant Christ of lowly birth,
To bring good will and peace to earth.
By Iris W. Bray
Christmas is for giving
And for showing that we care,
For honoring the Christ Child
With the loving gifts we share.
The wise men gave of riches;
The shepherds, faith and love.
Each gift, in its own measure,
Was smiled on from above.
Let every gift be treasured;
Not always size or price
Determines the extent of love
And willing sacrifice
Handsome gifts with festive trim
Bring smiles of sweet content,
But modest gifts of humble means
are ofttimes heaven sent.
Whether it be large or small,
Each gift will share in part
The message of true Christmas joy
If given from the heart!