Christmas Poems! There are so many things that come in mind when we talk about Christmas or thanks giving, there are lots of tasty foods that are perfectly glued with thanksgiving like roosted yum and crispy turkey, turkey gravy, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pies, why pumpkin pies, well! One of my aunts is pro with it and none of family tables has ever felt perfect and complete for us without the pumpkin pie, but there is another things that is a kind of family tradition for all of us kids and that was poems, Poetry is the music of the soul, and, above all, of great and feeling souls and Christmas is a time when the music of poetry takes on an entirely new significance.
We are sharing our all time favorite poems with you today, some of them are very old and I bet your granny would be able to relate with them, we are not going to share poems with you, we are going to talk about what make them the best poems ever.
1- Twas the Night before Christmas By Clement Clark Moore: – Well that was my all time favorite poem cause that was the first ever poem that my mum gave me to learn, it is a poem from the time of 1823 and it is one of the best work done by famous poet Clement Clarke Moore, but later in few years Henry Livingston Jr claimed that he wrote the poem and it is one of the millions reason of the conception of Santa Claus and it is basically about his visit around the time of Christmas, and his look, the number of radiant he use to pull his cart, and his tradition that he comes and brings joyful moment and toys for children, it was a whole magical thing for all of us and it was something like a fairyland for all of use and we have been adding things in that land with our own imaginations.
2- The Three Kings by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was basically a American educator and poet and if I say that he was the first animation writer then I would be justifying his work perfectly cause he wrote those things that convert into fairy stories, kind poems and books later and my mother was one of the huge fans of Longfellow and she states that he was a popular American poet of his time, but he got success overseas too and he was a pretty expansive poet cause during the time of 1874, he was earning $3,000 per poem and that sounds wow to me.
3- A Cradle Song by William Blake: – Although Americans made a great history in writing poems and stories for kid but William Blake who was an English poet, painter, and printmaker was very good, but he was pretty unrecognized during his lifetime, but now he is not only very famous and rewarded for his poems, but his visual arts of the Romantic Age…
4- Christmas Trees by Robert Frost: – Robert Lee Frost was actually famous for his realistic depictions of rural life and his command of American colloquial speech, he always used the quotes in his poet and he was one of those who got success in their lives including he picked four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry.
5- Minstrels by William Wordsworth: – William Wordsworth was basically a English Romantic poet and he was one of the very strong pillars of Romantic Age in English literature during late 1700s and you see how magical he was with romance and purity of feelings make him one of the best of his time…
Enjoy Family Time.