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Christmas Past: The Afterglow

Written by Susan Anderson on . Posted in Christmas Poems, Holiday Poems

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©2012 Susan Noyes Anderson

broken-xmas-ornamentOne melancholy sight to see:
a brittle, barren Christmas tree.

The lights that twinkled are no more,
pine needles lie upon the floor,

the beads and balls have all come down,
and every branch droops to a frown.

Removed, it leaves an empty space,
but hope steps in and holds a place…

a lingering whiff of forest air,
a memory for all to share,

a sense of loved ones gathered there.

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