Donna Sue Poetry

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HER CHRISTMAS SOLDIER

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    Alone again at Christmas Her soldier gone to war She feels the sting of helpless tears Just like she did before. She wonders where he’s at tonight In bunk or sandy hole Just wishing she could hold him tight To warm her aching soul. While the Christmas lights are blinking Her thoughts are […]

IT IS CHRISTMAS TIME WITHOUT YOU

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It is Christmas time without you, And I fear the silent nights, The decorated Christmas trees, Yards filled with Christmas lights.   This holiday I face alone, The first without you here. I could never have imagined, You gone this time last year.   Stacks of Christmas cards unopened, Pretty presents yet to give, All […]

A CHRISTMAS KISS

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A Christmas Kiss Her silent wish As she stared out at the snow Twinkling lights That starry night Were the setting for her soul An angel blessed Her holiday dress In her hair a crimson bow With carols sung Icicles hung In the silent candle’s glow She closed her eyes She smiled and sighed Would […]

A BUSINESS WOMAN’S LOST CHRISTMAS

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She sighed and locked the office door and headed for the car. Her face turned toward the sleet like mist when she saw the shooting star. ‘How strange’, she thought to see a star on such a stormy night, It shone with such intensity, a magic kind of light. If she were just a child […]

I COULD BE YOU

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I drove right through the changing light, Horns blowing as I went. I had to make just one more store, Before the day was spent. I swerved in time to miss a man Who held a cardboard sign. A homeless man, who’d work for food; Thank God, I’d braked in time. I parked my ride […]

THE SHEPHERD GIRL’S CHRISTMAS

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Bethlehem town was sound asleep, As were the little lambs. So she spread her tiny blanket out To rest upon the sand. But just as she began to nod She opened up her eyes, To see the stars in heaven dance With Angels in the sky!  As she stared in fascination; Her heart began to […]