Poem: White Christmas

<I celebrate the Secular version of Christmas.>

White Christmas

The snow is falling
Deep and all encompassing
Lying down to hide you away

The eve has happened
Bright and cheerful parties
Breaking up for the next night

The morning comes now
Early and earlier until you age
Far past the childish years

And those you watch grow
Trying to watch for the suit of red
You hope that happiness never ends

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