Skinned Knee – I Love You Santa
Fairy Triad Dome
I saw a very special place to make a fairy home
And it is a called a Fairy Triad Dome
It is also a terrarium that comes with your very own seeds
So you can grow fairy flowers without any weeds
Create your own fairy wonderland and see how it feels
To have a home for plants and fairies, complete with pinwheels
Imagine watching for sprouts and then watching your plants grow
You’ll even have flowers the next thing you know
I think it would be fun to give it a try
That’s all for now, from me, That Santa Guy
How Does Santa Claus Do It All Poem
How do you do all that you do?
That’s impossible I hear them say
Well I answer honest, I tell the truth, that’s always the very best way
But before I answer your question please answer one for me
How do you do what you? Please help make me see
How is it that you learned to walk and talk?
And how did you learn to sing and draw with sidewalk chalk?
You read and write, and even more than that, you think
How can you do what you do and makes you like the color pink?
Science, logic and many years of observation
All come up a bit short in their explanation
So how do I do all I do?
And how do you do what you do too?
A magical web connects every single thing
It’s this web that helps our voices sing
This web is responsible for the gifts we receive
Yes, this connecting web is love, at least that’s what I believe
Santa Claus Cookie Poem
Momma has them in the kitchen, the baking soda, salt and flour,
Butter, sugar, and eggs, we could have cookies in less than an hour.
Chocolate chips, a big bowl and an old wooden spoon,
The smell of baking cookies could fill our homereal soon.
Momma please, I’ll mix and stir and after I’ll wash the dishes,
And I’ll take some cookies to the neighbors with all of our good wishes.
Santa Claus will love our cookies so let’s leave him some too,
Momma please can we bake some cookies? It will be such a fun thing to do.
What makes those cookies taste so good as I eat them each Christmas Eve?
It’s not the butter, sugar or chocolate chips; it’s the love. That’s what I believe
Share Your Poem – Poem
Jingle Bells – Santa Claus
Are You REALLY Santa Claus? – Rhyme
Fair is Not Always Equal – Rhyme
After Christmas Messages
The Magic of Santa Claus