A Christmas Poem

Tuesday, December 14, 2010
I found this little poem on a blog I follow. I thought I'd share it with you. Here's to hoping next Christmas we'll be saying hello.

The Christmas Sock
Twas the Christmas season, when all through the house
only sadness and longing hung like a blouse.
  A little sock was hung by the chimney with care,
in hopes that a child soon would be there.
I thought and I prayed and I pled
that someday soon I could stroke my child’s head.
He would sit in my lap,
and take a few naps.
At times my heart stirred a bit,
as I wondered how much longer I could take it.
Then all of a sudden, quick as a flash,

My baby was in my arms and I was kissing his nose and eyelash.
I now walk around with a glow
and love telling my little baby, “hello”.



1 comment

  1. Thank you for stopping by my blog this week. Great to "meet" you.

    You've been though so much, and now yet another hurdle blocks your way... sending healing vibes to your DH.

    Adding your blog to my reader, will be great to connect with a kindred soul.

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