All Together Now – Famous Holiday Poems

Holidays are many things to many people. For some, the primary function of a holiday is its religious significance. It is a time when specific spiritual opportunities are available to experience. For others holidays are primarily about family getting together.

I hope the following short and beautiful collection of holiday poem for kids poems by famous people will help you in times of your need to realize how perfect you already are.

We are quite sure that you will love these cute and sweet holiday poems collection. Lets have a look at these decent funny holiday poems.

Source: Family Friend Poems

1. Angel With A Gold Bow

The boys sit down in the park beneath the tree,
Praying that their parents could look down and see.
The beautiful angel on top with the pretty gold bow,
And all of the presents that lay wrapped below.
Christmas at their house had been full of smiles,
Now a smile can’t be seen for miles.
When their dad went away everything went wrong,
It’s been a few months but it has seemed so long.
A woman walked by and saw the boys,
And handed them two carefully wrapped toys.
She found the local orphanage from which they had ran,
And nearly cried when she spoke to the man.
On Christmas Eve she adopted the boys,
And took them home to see all the toys.
They had bought an angel for the top of the tree,
It was tall enough for heaven to see.
Soon their parents would surely see,
The angel with the gold bow on top of their tree.

2. The Dark Dance

Gathered all together
quasi-cheerful, halted hugs.
Assembled around a holiday themed,
calorie laden table…
Camouflaged in scented foliage,
Candle-lit beneath crystal sconces
strategically placed to hide last years’
grocery list of disappointments…
not to mention free falling judgments.
All waiting in dread to enter the lottery of who has a new job/no job, a new house/no house, a new mate/no mate?
Making small talk, while passing the gravy boat…
Inwardly, glad not to be the winner and focus of this years’
let’s fix him/her up with Jane/John discussion.
Safe ’til next year, you gleefully guiltily add your input…
while spearing another piece of dry turkey breast.

Source: Family Friend Poems