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Christmas Cheer Poem

Tracy Lilley - Friday, December 18, 2015

Molly Emmett and Elizabeth Tingle from Y5 have written this lovely festive poem to help spread the Christmas Cheer!


Christmas Cheer


Upon the tree is a Christmas star

That can be seen from miles afar.

Christmas is the time of year

Where families laugh, love and cheer.


You may be visited by a fat old fella

So grab your candles from the cellar.

Look for him coming down your chimney.

A reindeer called Rudolph is leading his journey.


Snowballs splatting at your window.

Snow is covering your feet down below.

Hooray it’s snowing, lots of fun.

Wherever you look there’s no sign of sun.


Remember the time when Christ was born.

For when he was older he was crowned with thorns.

Then the rock was unrolled

And the Christmas story was retold.

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