'Twas the Friday Before Christmas

‘Tis the season of Christmas, and wherever you go

You see Santas and snowflakes and a warm Christmas glow.

Busy Christmas shoppers all bustle home with their wares,

While the sweet sounds of carolers and their songs fill the air.

 

But come in from the hustle and come in from the noise

And you’ll find the truest of Christmastime joys

‘Round a tree decked in tinsel and bright sparkling lights

When the laughter of family fills the cold winter nights.

 

Then Christmas morning dawns, so bright and so cold,

And the joys of gift-giving and friendship unfold.

Though presents are opened and shouts of glee fill the air,

The greatest gift given is the love and the joy that we share.

 

So deck the halls with holly and set a star atop the tree

And turn up your Christmas spirit to the highest degree.

With family and friends near to share Christmas cheer

The true joy of this season will most surely be clear.

 

This holiday season, in this poem that we’ve penned

It’s warm Christmas wishes that we mean to extend.

We wish you a joyous Christmas, one that’s merry and bright

And a New Year that brings with it both wonder and delight.