Crystal flakes decorate her long tresses
As rosy eyes wishes for a necklace,
With golden cross to recall Christmas’ magic
On seventh year; up high, she lifts her face.
Enchanted, fireworks line across the clouds
Upon her body fairy stardust glitter;
Pixie wings glide by, molding snow angels
As she joins dances of frost-wanderers.
Atop the tree, Godmother Mary drifts
Hands beaming in trinkets from heaven’s shawl
Lucent the night with thousand winks of stars,
While a babe’s eyes frame her young neck, enthralled.
In a gush, fairy angels bid goodbye
To disappear in sweet,Bethlehem sky!
Shadow Hamilton's A Child's Christmas Contest