Christmas comes but once a year,
Helping people remember their,
Roots and where they come from.
Instead of fighting and hating,
Share love and go skating,
Trim the turkey and share in drinking.
Merry singers stand on corners,
Announcing their choral warmers,
Sharing joy and love to walkers.
Come and join the cheer with me,
And dance around the Christmas tree,
Rejoice for all the world to see,
Denouncing hate and animosity.
©The Pesky Poet
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