Christmas Poems

By Zoe, Julia, Jonathan, James, Jamie and Lloyd

You give stockings
give a stocking, give a bicycle gift.
I love opening time
A Bicycle and a football
Gifts are nice
But with love you open time.


Christmas Poem
By Jamie Durant

Christmas is part of a celebration and being festive.
The flake of snow is coming down upon us.
It also is family time. We all open our present time.
Plus being warm and also having a good time.
It’s also when Christmas time has come we hear the sound of jingle bells.
Plus the lights.
We will start to come together and share our thoughts.


By Zoe Storme

I like Christmas because it is a time for family together
but Christmas can be hard time for some who have loss in families.
It comes around quickly.

Christmas Best
By James Nightingale

Special time
Time of pantos
Time to meet family
Meet up for Christmas dinner
Could be white Christmas
Tree lights on
Present time


Christmas Limerick
By Lloyd Evans

A season to be most jolly and so fine,
Midwinter, but nights draw out, of Spring a sign,
Once in Royal City,
Mankind: Good took pity.
Christmas fares, parties and mistletoe and wine.


This Time
By David Thomson

This time everyone have a good time at Christmas
For some people this is a hard time
Round the world remember this world
Give a shoe box for children this time
to babies here and in the holy land.

Arty Party says Merry Christmas to all of Wellington.


Mixed Up Christmas
By Sean Nightingale

Christmas presents
Great big present
Rudolf the red nose reindeer
Lovely, colourful decorations
Colourful tinsel
Lit up Christmas tree
Christmas tunes and carol singing.


By Tristan Bentley

The stars shine so bright controlling the night.
The presents he made were charged and ready
then put on the sled.
Santa works so hard trying to beat that light.
He said to his reindeer ‘ it’s time to win the fight’.


Christmas Poem
By Lloyd Evans

Christ found
Heaven abound
Risen sun
Instant fun
Serene call
Truth to all
Magical mystery
Awesome history
Special stars!


By Julia Dean-Richards

On the table, in the pudding,
in each glass you fill and lift,
in the faces of your loved ones,
may you find two special gifts.

Underneath the pretty wrapping,
hung with baubles on the tree,
mistletoed and decked with holly,
hope is boundless, love is free.

Wishing you a warm hug Christmas,
peace and kindness real and true,
may past and present friends and family
raise your spirits – Here’s to you!


Christmas Poem
By Jonathan White

Christmas is nearly here
We put up decorations at Christmas
We wait for Father Christmas to visit us with presents
Reindeer bring Father Christmas with his presents
M is for mince pies


Christmas Angel
By Georgie Dawson and Julia Dean-Richards

The Angel arrived at the stable,
She is sparkly and glittery,
Dress of red and silver,
Wings like soft cobwebs.


By Erika Juniper

Ho Ho Ho
Riding with reindeer
In a Christmas World
Standing round the tree
Tinsel landing on the tree
Making lots of mess
And dancing around with joy
Starting to open presents.


Christmas Spirit
By Eleanor Forrester

Cherish this season of yule tide, bind your heart
soak it right through in the spirit of good will.
A time when one’s selfish desires should be suppressed.
Release your soul into giving generous deeds, unwrap
the gifts of kindness and peace, under your Christmas tree.

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