Here is the full text of the poem:
Strands of bulbs deck each home,By Anna Young
And something flickers as we go.
The bright colors, and the warm glow
Settle my mind to rest, not roam.
Her eyes flash!
The voices rise to a crash!
She squeals, “More!”
Her siblings debate the best seen before.
“More Christmas lights!”
An encore for this favorite of sights.
I ignore the glaring clock,
And we go once more ’round the block.
Also, here is me reading the poem aloud, which is how poetry is meant to be experienced.
Soli Deo Gloria
2 thoughts on “Twinkling – A Christmas Poem”
I know you all have some great lights right behind you We saw them when we took the kids that night >
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I do read your poems… Very nice!
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