~by Sue

Ever since I can remember, I’ve been writing poems. It appears to be a family trait, actually; my mother taught me as a child, and I haven’t looked back. I am frequently asked to write poetry for various programs or verses for celebratory events. I am also fond of using a poem to begin or conclude a lesson or talk. Sometimes, of course, I write just to please myself…to express my feelings about a person or subject.

I was happy when I was asked to share the following compilation of Christmas poetry here at Mormon Women. You can also find more holiday poems on my poetry website.**

My Christmas Card to All of You (a captioned picture verse)

A Christmas Eve Reading (Christmas nativity poem)

A Gentle Night in Bethlehem(another nativity poem)

Beautiful Savior: Man of Galilee (Easter poem that I like reading at Christmas to remind me what it’s all about)

Oh, Come Let Us Adore Him (a personal testimony of Jesus Christ)

Christmas: Glimpses of Eternity (short)

The Bright Lights of Christmas (short)

Got Tree? Got Tree Poem? (humorous)

**Note: Any of my poems can be utilized without charge for non-commercial purposes, provided I am notified by email and all copyright information is included exactly as listed on my poetry site.