Children's Christmas Poems

Childrens Christmas Songs and Poems


Titania's Toyland
By Winifred Sackville Stoner Jr.

Of fairies I've heard since the day of my birth,
Toystore makers, and givers of mirth;
But ne'er have I gazed on a real fairy land
Till I came to Sterns' store - Titania's stand.

And there, as I entered, there burst on my view
A wonderful, marvelous, gigantic zoo
With camels and horses and elephants big,
Monkeys and donkeys, and even a pig,
Lions and tigers and great woolly bears
Looking as real as if in their lairs.

There were dolls of all nations and dolls of each size,
With black, brown and hazel, and even gray eyes.
There were balls big and little, wonderful toys
To please all the children, both good girls and boys;
For within Sterns' fairy land we can all find
Titania's toy - of just every kind.


Christmas Child
By Mary E. Carpio

Turn your eyes this Christmas
to the Child who was born
He came into the world
only to find sorrow and scorn

Knew we needed a Savior
to set us free from sin
No other way to redemption
but to open your heart to Him

Remember this Christmas season
material things cannot satisfy
They are but temporary
they disappear and die

But the love of our Savior
a the gift that lives eternally
He is that brightest Star
that shines upon the tree.


Wilmington's Santa Claus
Children's Poems by Winifred Sackville Stoner Jr.

In far way Alaska
By all it is believed
That Santa is a big white bear
From whom gifts are received.

And Wilmington's wee kiddies
Begin to think the same,
That a good BEAR is Santa -
At least that's Santa's name.

For when they need a playground,
A school, or book, or toy,
'Tis SAMUEL BEAR who grants each wish
And makes kids dance for joy.

So let all of us children
Invoke the powers above
To grant him long life, health and wealth,
And gratitude and love.


The Mousie
By M.N.B.

A mousie got into a great Christmas pie,
Two little boys heard him, and then they did cry,
"O mousie! O mousie! come quickly away!
That pie is not for you, 'tis for our Christmas day."


The Holly and the Ivy
Childrens Carol

The holly and the ivy,
When they are both full grown
Of all the trees that are in the wood
The holly bears the crown
O the rising of the sun
And the running of the deer
The playing of the merry organ
Sweet singing of the choir

The holly bears a blossom
As white as lily flower
And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ
To be our sweet Saviour
O the rising of the sun
And the running of the deer
The playing of the merry organ
Sweet singing of the choir

The holly bears a berry
As red as any blood
And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ
To do poor sinners good
O the rising of the sun
And the running of the deer
The playing of the merry organ
Sweet singing of the choir

The holly bears a prickle
As sharp as any thorn;
And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ
On Christmas Day in the morn.
O the rising of the sun
And the running of the deer
The playing of the merry organ
Sweet singing of the choir.

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