Funny Christmas Love Poems For Children

Dec 18, 2014 by

In this article of Christmas poems we bring to you poems, which are funny, yet bring out the true meaning of Christmas.

Christmas poems are integral in capturing the jolly mood of the season. Funny Christmas poems are extremely popular among the children’s. Be a good parent and allow your kids come across the incredibly funny Christmas poems intended for the pleasure of the kids. The funny Christmas poems are certain to take you to a laughter ride across the humorous aspects of the Christmas celebration.

Funny Christmas Poems for Children

Funny Christmas Poems for Children

Nothing can be more cheerful than spending the cool leisure evenings from the Christmas vacations reading the wide collection of funny Christmas poems that give a spice to your life. Greet your near and dear ones using the funny Christmas poems and allow them to feel the beauty of the season nestled within the wordings of the poems. Go through the lines of the extremely funny Christmas story that enhances your mood throughout the season. The descriptions of Santa wreck and the humorous descriptions are extremely funny for one to bear. Liz Garrad’s Christmas is another fun packed poem that provides a funny description of the plans and preparation a person undertakes before the advent of the festival.

Christmas Snow

There’s one thing you have to know;
At Christmas time, it has to snow.
The ground must fill with fluffy white
That softens in the cold, dark night.

It helps out Santa, that white snow,
Reflecting off the night moon’s glow.
It makes us feel so snug instead
When we’re inside our soft, warm bed.

Although this image is so true
And makes much sense to me and you,
We have to pause and say, “Ahem –
There’s rarely snow in Bethlehem.”

If this thought sets you aback,
Don’t allow it to take you off your track.
For when you spy a shining star,
It’s Christmas time right where you are.

A Puppy’s Christmas

It is the day before Christmas
And all through the house
The puppies are squeaking
A classic rubber mouse.

The wreath which had merrily
Hung on the door
Is scattered in pieces
All around the floor.

The stockings that hung
In a neat little row
Now boast a hole in
Each one of the toes.

The tree was subjected
To bright-eyed whims,
And now, although splendid,
It’s missing some limbs.

I catch them and hold them.
“Be good”, I insist.
They lick me, then run off
To see what they’ve missed.

And now as I watch them
The thought comes to me,
That their’s may be the spirit
That Christmas should be.

Should children and puppies
Yet show us the way,
And teach us the happiness
That should come with this day?

Could they bring the message
That’s written above,
And tell us that, most of all
Christmas is love.

Christmas Cheer

I visited the pub with my buddy
For a Christmas, lunchtime drink
While my spouse cooked the dinner
And washed up in the sink
We got thrown out at 4 o’clock
Full of Christmas cheer and gin
We’ve got home ready for Christmas lunch
And discovered it in the bin.

Full of the Christmas Spirit

Come Christmas day
I’ll be full of Christmas spirit
Buck fizz with my breakfast
Is just the start of it
Then a sherry using the vica
After the candles have been lit
And aperitif before lunch
Maybe Vodka or even a Gin and it
Wine with every course
Brandy when the pudding is lit
Liqueur with coffee
Then more brandy after we sit
Then when the day is over
I whish shoe a ferry Hacky Fhrismit

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