Holiday poetry of a snowglobe, snow, and friends

Snow Globe Friends: A Christmas Poem

Hello! As Christmas Day draws near, I want to wish each of you a wonderful time. If you do not celebrate Christmas, may the holiday still be one that brings you moments of enjoyment. ♥

Here is a holiday poem I wrote this week called “Snow Globe Friends.” Thank you for the blogging friendships and cheers to more fun times to come in the blogosphere!

Snow Globe Friends

Met inside a snow globe and
Did a winter dance as friends of the Earth,
Joined by the white blanket that lay beneath our feet.

As our mittened hands touched,
The glass of the half dome around us fogged up,
And we heard bells ring loudly.

Soon, a man’s voice bellowed out,
Calling a series of names in a musical tone, and
A light grew bright around us.

Looking up, we welcomed the most magnificent sight,
A sleigh rising into the air with the
Ambition we felt in our hearts.

Our fleece-lined hats shook, just a little,
As the boy picked up the snow globe to see us

©2016 Christy Birmingham
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Happy holidays to you all!

~Love Christy

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118 thoughts on “Snow Globe Friends: A Christmas Poem

  1. jbcowgill

    What a very great and exceptional poem from a very great and wonderful lady. I hope that you have a very Merry Christmas. May YOU enjoy the falling snow as you sit in your nice comfy chair with your beautiful bare feet by a nice warm fire.

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    1. Christy B Post author

      Ohhhh I’ll be over for some eggnog and a cookie soon ~ you’ll be a wonderful party host, of that I have no doubt! Happy panda there in the video and of course I loved it!!


  2. Sageleaf

    I love the snow globe analogy. Your poem is to the point and so sweet and captures the essence of the season. It also makes me think of dreams, possibilities and our connectedness. Lovely! Thank you. xo

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  3. Resa

    Okay, I shivered when the boy picked up the snow globe. There is reason, but not that now. Simply let me say; you always reach me, darling Christy, somehow. xo

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  4. Carolee Croft

    What a lovely poem! Looks like I missed this one as I was off the blogosphere in the holidays. I’m glad I got to know you this year too, Christy. There are so many lovely bloggers I’ve met in 2016 that I’m disinclined to call it a completely terrible year. I actually feel very grateful to it.

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    1. Christy B Post author

      Awww ♥ Thanks for the kind words, C. I’ve been on a blogging holiday too so I’m behind in all the blogs. I’m trying to look on the positive too when it comes to 2016 and especially for 2017 xx



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