Christmas Tree Poem – Poem on Christmas Day in English

Christmas Tree Poem – Christmas Day Poem

Christmas Tree Poem

Today being the Twelfth, I got you out
My old faithful Christmas tree
But your branches now seem to plant doubt
Of the way things used to be

There are vacant buds where our family grew
Although not often seen
They once were there giving memories new
Now… they’re somewhere in between

Oh tree you were a ‘hand me down’
Your roots sprung new memories
Each branch added when a baby ‘gowned’
In those ‘oh so golden days’

Oh Christmas tree you are way past your best
But with you, I will never depart
Even though half your branches are now laid to rest
Your ‘trunk call’ has a hold on my heart

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