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Christmas Poems - Quotations - About.com
These quotes have been extracted from famous Christmas poems. There is a touch of love in these mellow words. So, curl up by the fireplace and read some ...
Collection of Christmas Prayers and Poems - Christianity - About.com
This collection of Christmas prayers and poems was compiled to help you celebrate the gift of Christ throughout your Christmas and New Year's celebrations.
Collection of Classic Christmas Poems - Poetry - About.com
A collection of classic Christmas poems, by William Shakespeare, Robert Herrick, Henry Vaughan, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Clement Clark Moore (or Major ...
German Christmas Poems - Christmas Poems in German
Here are a few short Christmas poems that I really like by some well-known German authors. Check out also our German poems page for more. Please note that ...
Christmas Poem - Christianity - About.com
"The Purpose of Christmas" is an original Christian poem submitted by an About. com member. Do you have an original Christian prayer that would encourage or ...
Christmas Poems - Holiday Poetry for Christmas - Classic Literature
Christmas is the time to celebrate peace and joy. It's the time of giving and family togetherness. And, many great writers have written about the Christmas holiday ...
Christmas Poems: 'The Magi' by William Butler Yeats - Poetry
Christmas Poems: “The Magi” by William Butler Yeats (from Responsibilities and Other Poems, 1916)
The Very First Christmas Day Is A Christmas Poem Telling the Story ...
"The Very First Christmas Day" is an original Christian Christmas poem submitted by an About.com member. It tells the story of the Savior's birth in Bethlehem.
Christmas Poem - As Long as There's a Christmas - Original ...
"As Long as There's a Christmas" is an original Christian poem submitted by Jack Zavada, an About.com guest contributor. Do you have an original Christian ...
Precious Gift - Christmas Poem - Christianity - About.com
"Precious Gift" is an original Christmas poem submitted by an About.com member . It expresses thanks to God for the most precious gift of his Son, Jesus Christ.