ScrapSayings, Christmas Alphabet Poem

A is for Angels with halos so bright,
whose carols were heard on the first Christmas night.
B is for Baby, the Christ child so dear.
We celebrate His birthday with Christmas each year.
C is for candles that so brightly shine.
To give a warm welcome to your friends and mine.
D is for Dollies, Drums and such toys,
which Santa leaves for good girls and boys.
E is for Evergreen garlands galore,
we hang at our windows, fireplace and door.
F is for Firewood that lay,
to spark up warm and cozy on a cold Christmas day.
G is for Greetings, a merry Hello,
with a heart full of love for people we know.
H is for Holly with berries so red,
to make into wreathes that hang overhead.
I is for Ice and snow covered hills.
Where sledding is fun along with some spills.
J is for Jingle Bells merrily ringing,
to the whole world, joy they are bringing.
K is for Kris Kringle as merrily he stands,
that's what they call Santa in some other lands.
L is for Lanterns. I'm sure they will light.
Helped Mary and Joseph on that first Christmas night.
M is for Mistletoe. Hang it up high.
You may get a kiss as someone walks by.
N is for Noel. The Angels did sing,
to herald the birth of Jesus our King.
O is for Ornaments we hang on the tree,
to sparkle and shine so Santa can see
P is for Presents, packages, and bags.
All round the tree wrapped in bright paper and tags.
Q is for Quiet Christmas Eve night,
with dreams of presents and sugarplums in sight.
R is for Rudolf with the red nose.
The favorite Reindeer that Santa Claus chose.
S is for Shepherds who first saw the star,
over Bethlehem's manger and followed it far.
T is for Trees, decorated all silver and shiny,
with white lights all twinkling and tiny.
U is for Universe, the whole wide world.
And Christmas brings joy to each boy and girl.
V is for Visions of Santa so jolly,
bringing trains, planes and a brand new dolly.
W is for Wise men who brought gifts so rare,
and fell down to worshipped the Christ child there.
X is for extra time and money given too,
volunteers as they work to help dreams come true
Y is for the Yule Logs whose bright sparks fly high,
and give a warm welcome to friends passing by.
Z is for zillions of presents and toys,
but only for good little girls and boys.

See also: Christmas.