Short Christmas Poems and Verses for Kids to Celebrate Christmas

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These short Christmas poems and verses for kids are sure to touch your hearts, stir your feelings and you'll love to read them to your dear children so that they can memorize them to celebrate the favorite holiday.

Short Christmas Poems and Verses for Kids to Celebrate Christmas
Christmas Is Coming
Anon

Christmas is coming,
The geese are getting fat
Please put a penny
In the old man's hat
If you haven't got a penny
A ha'penny will do;
If you haven't got a ha'penny
Then God bless you!

Christmas Day
By George MacDonald

Star high,

Baby low:

'Twixt the two

Wise men go;

Find the baby,

Grasp the star--

Heirs of all things

Near and far!

Christmas
author unknown

With all the children, far and near,

Today we'll sing a song of cheer!

To rosy lips and eyes, so merry,

We'll all kiss under the holly berry;

And for the sake of the small and gay

We'll be children also for to-day.

There Is a Santa Claus

If you want the great gift giver
To come on his sleigh and deliver
Then remember this simple rhyme
And recall it at Christmas time
«If in Santa you do not believe
Christmas gifts you will not receive»

Christmas Bells
by Eugene Field

Why do the bells of Christmas ring?

Why do little children sing?

Once a lovely shining star,

Seen by shepherds from afar,

Gently moved until its light

Made a manger's cradle bright.

There a darling baby lay,

Pillowed soft upon the hay;

And its mother sung and smiled:

«This is Christ, the holy Child!»

Therefore bells for Christmas ring.

Therefore little children sing.

I will choose a Christmas tree
Anon

I will choose a Christmas tree
to celebrate the Birth:
I will plant it carefully
upon God's good deep earth.

I will tend my Christmas tree
in honour of the Child:
I will leave it growing
in the wetness and the wild.

The Greatest Gift Of All
Paul Curtis

If you seek a special gift
The greatest gift of all
Don’t look beneath your tree
It was never there at all
The greatest Christmas gift
Was given to us all
The Christ child in a manger
In a lowly cattle stall

Advice From Poor Robin's Almanac
Anon

Now that the time has come wherein
Our Saviour Christ was born,
The larder’s full of beef and pork,
The granary’s full of corn,
As God hath plenty to thee sent,
Take comfort of thy labours,
And let it never thee repent
To feed thy needy neighbours.

Mother Christmas
Paul Curtis

The birth of Christ
Is the reason for the day
Santa Claus does his part
In his magical way
Rudolf and the other reindeer
Pull the loaded sleigh
Decorations and lights
Put Christmas on display
And festive songs and carols
Have a part to play
But it takes a mother
To make it a very special day

A Christmas Blessing
Anon

God bless the master of this house,
The mistress also,
And all the little children
That round the table go;
And all your kin and kinfolk,
That dwell both far and near;
I wish you a merry Christmas
And a happy New Year.

Short Christmas Poems and Verses for Kids to Celebrate Christmas

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