Christmas January Poems | Christmas Poems About January

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Details | Tanka | |

December Magic

multi-colored lights are back inside their boxes... magic of Christmas wrapped snuggly in white tissue is ready for a long sleep
___________________________________________________________ For Andrea's Contest 1/1//15 Tanka "December's Magic"

Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2015

Details | Free verse | |

Forgotten Promises


Another Christmas is coming
A new year will begin
I am looking through the window
Watching people under the snow

Some are with family, cooking and eating
Some are in the street, walking and shopping
Some are at home cleaning and decorating
Some are with friends packing and traveling

Everything seems fine
but when I look again …

Some are hungry, looking for food
Some are homeless, shivering in the cold
Some are lonely, sitting with sadness
Some are in pain, mourning for a loss

Another Christmas is coming
A new year will begin
I am thinking to myself
Is this the world we promised to build?

What happened to our world?
What happened to us?
What is going on?
Did we forget our promises?

We promised to NOTICE
We promised to ADJUST
We promised to PROTECT
Then why so much RAVAGE?

We promised to CARE
We promised to CARESS
We promised to FEED
Then why so much HUNGER?

We promised to RECEIVE
We promised to RELIEVE
We promised to FORGIVE
Then why so much REVENGE?

We promised to RESPECT
We promised to APPRECIATE
We promised to LOVE
Then why so much HATRED?

We promised to COMMUNICATE
We promised to COMPREHEND
We promised to CONNECT
Then why so much DISUNITY?

Another Christmas is coming
A new year will begin
How is it going to end?
What to promise again?

Copyright © Rixa White | Year Posted 2013

Details | Monorhyme | |

BLUE MONDAY

Christmas was fabulous, so full of festive cheer Santa brought presents; his sleigh pulled by six reindeer Hubby loved the glass tankard he got for his beer I got a pretty jumper it’s made of cashmere, and a book of poetry by William Shakespeare Soon champagne corks popped to welcome in the New Year Cousin Billy swung from the crystal chandelier - you should have heard him howl when he fell on his rear! January blues are filling people with fear Huge credit card bills are beginning to appear If the sum isn’t paid the penalties are severe It may take till next Christmas for the debt to clear! 12 X 12 Monorhyme Contest Sponsored by John Hamilton Checked with how many syllables Blue Monday is the third Monday in January and is said to be the most depressing day of the year. The weather is often dull, the festivities are over, and the bills from Christmas start to come in and New Year's resolutions have often failed! 01~16~17

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2017

Details | I do not know? | |

January 13, 2015

Dasher, Dancer,
Smoke a pack
Prancer, cancer
Hit the sack.

One day you'll wake
And realize you
Need to stop
For their sake, too.

You want to be there
When they graduate
You want to be there
When they take the leap.

When the baby
Takes his first steps
When Morgan dates
The girl with the pep.

You cannot be here
If you're smoking a pack.
You will be in bed,
And will have hit the sack.

Copyright © Jennifer Gibson | Year Posted 2016