Romantic Christmas Poems

Best Romantic Christmas Poems


I Want You to Be Here with Me for Christmas
Romantic poem by Nicholas Gordon

I want you to be here with me for Christmas,
Even if you leave your heart at home.
I know that lately my love makes you restless,
But it's too hard to spend this time alone.

My love for you is like the Christmas season:
Joyful, yet with knowledge of the end.
My need for you has neither hope nor reason:
If not a lover, please, just be a friend.

Please, just be a friend, and come to me
When all the world is bright with love and song.
You are my pillar and my fantasy,
My earth and yet the sky for which I long.

My need for you, of course, is mine, not yours,
Nor need you answer me but out of love.
This is the season when we open doors
To let in those whose need our hearts might move.

And after Christmas you may go your way
To leave me with my sadness and my dreams.
I have no right to bother you to stay,
Knowing how your heart, unaltered, leans.

I want you to be here with me for Christmas,
Even if you leave your heart at home.
What you decide, and why, is not my business,
But still for me it's hard to be alone.


When Love Comes Down
Romantic Verse by Mabel Jones Gabbott

The night was still, and then a song awakened shepherds 'round
their fire,
And hastened them to Bethlehem! Hosannas from a heav'nly choir!
This was the night when Love came down, as promised in God's holy word.
The angels heralded in song the blessed birth of Christ, our Lord.
This was the night the King was born, as stars foretold in distant
space;
And three who watched the skies were led to Bethlehem, that holy place.
This was the night when Love came down, as promised in God's holy word.
The angels heralded in song the blessed birth of Christ, our Lord.
This was the night, that holy night, when Love came down to bless the
earth.
And men and angels worshipped Him this night, the night of Jesus' birth.
This was the night when Love came down, as promised in God's holy word.
The angels heralded in song the blessed birth of Christ, our Lord.
This was the birth of Christ, our Lord.


Call Of Love
By C. Austin Miles

For above earth's tumult
The call of love we hear
Shall its gentle pleading
Fall on a heedless ear?

O hear the call of love,
O hear the call of love.
The call of love is to mercy
And pardon, and peace,
The call of love is to service
That never shall cease,
Till we shall enter
That land of promise
Where true joys abound,
Then onward press, my comrads
We are gaining
We are gaining ground.

Not from far off country
Or land accross the sea,
Comes with earnest pleading
The call of love to me.

He who is my neighbor,
And needs a cheering word,
In his faintest whisper
That call of love is heard.


My Christmas Wish

Romantic poem by Winifred Sackville Stoner Jr.

When gladly ring the Christmas chimes,
Then come our reminiscent times
And even cold hearts - slow to beat -
Feel something of the love thought heat
That emanates from one and all
And to our far off loved ones call.
Then YOU must feel all through and through
The tingling of my thoughts of you.
These are my messengers so true
Who bear this message, "I love you,
And wish you on this Christmas day
A joyful heart that comes to stay,
Not only for a day or two,
But for your whole life's journey through.

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