A child's Christmas Confession


A Child’s Christmas Confession

I must confess

That it was me

Who stole a peek on Christmas eve

I tiptoed down

My heart so loud

I thought you surely heard the sound

Of every thud

Though my feet were silent

I felt like I were a clamoring giant

Around the corner

I did peer

To see that morning was quite near

And there you were

Wrapping the gifts

Delicate fingers like a kiss

So gentle taping on the bow

A smile forming,

Did you know?

  • Author: Melissa JA (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: December 8th, 2020 13:46
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 28



    ANGELA here ~ God Evening Melissa - thanks for sharing an excellent Poem replete with rhyme & rhythm. Love the subject Im only 32 - BUT - one thing Ive really missed for the last 20 years is being a Child @ Christmas. Ive only been married 9 Months but Bran & I cant wait to start a Family as soon as COVID is over ~ AMEN ! Please check out SITE ~ Thanks A & B !

    Love ~ Joy & Peace to You & Yours
    Angela Brian & Smokey Cat ! ! !

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