Christmas Eve songs and joy are heard around the camp.
Merry Christmas to all.
He sits quietly waiting for the phone while
thinking about what his wife and newborn may
be doing right now.
His baby girls first Christmas
and hes not there to see her and hold her.
His turn for the phones.
He waits one, two, three rings,
then the sweetest voice he ever heard.
Merry Christmas my darling girls.
Silence fell upon the phone lines.
Then dadda is what he heard.
Tears broke from his eye.
His baby girl spoke to him.
This was the greatest Christmas of all.
Although thousands of miles away and yet our hearts have touched.
His daughter, his first born, knew who he was.
His baby knew his voice and called him dadda.
He knew he would make it home to see her soon.
And that no other Christmas would be this great.
------- Author's Notes -------
This really isn't a poem but random thought put together.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (126.96.36.199) -- Saturday, December 11 2004, 09:59 am|
this was so beautiful...so touching...
i'm still wiping tears away....
girl you have such a lovely gift stored deep in your heart...along with the gift/Blessing your carrying now...
love your words...so breathtaking and so sweet...
thank you for sharing...
|Tricia (188.8.131.52) -- Saturday, December 11 2004, 08:21 pm|
You always praise my work and thanks so much. Your such a wonderful person and I love you dearly as a net friend and fellow poet. God bless and Happy Holidays.
|Clive (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, December 13 2004, 01:54 pm|
Your words are true and come from your heart,
That makes this a poem because you wrote with feeling that came shining through,
Well done great words and a powerful message
|Tricia (220.127.116.11) -- Saturday, December 18 2004, 04:37 am|
Clive thanks for the words of inspiration. happy holidays!
|Spc FLoyd (18.104.22.168) -- Sunday, December 30 2007, 09:34 pm|
HEY LOVED THE POEM AND THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPOURT
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