Below is the poem entitled Jingle Bells which was written by poet
Pettit. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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In all corners of the word,
no matter which flag is unfurled,
Christmas season will draw near.
There is one carol just about anyone will hear.
For countless years, it has been a sensation.
We can hear the song in almost any translation.
Folks sing along in just about every nation.
The sounds bring great jubilation.
They are singing “Campanella” in Italy.
Russians know the tune as “Bubency”.
“Pada Sneig” is sung by the Polish with glee.
Greeks sing “Trigona Kalanta” in harmony.
“Vive Le Vent” rings out loudly in French.
“Cascabel” is heard from the Spanish.
“Jingle Bells” is how it is sung in English.
All of these people convey the same wish.