Collection of 25 Days of Christmas Poetry

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Collection of 25 Days of Christmas Poetry

Poetry Excerpt #1

The Christmas moment

The moment

Has come
For all children
To love and enjoy
This time of year
To dream of wonderful things

Christmas trees
All lit up
Stockings are hung
Presents under the tree
Makes the children
Dream of magic of Christmas

Glancing out the window
To the stars
Wishing on one
And in hopes
Of seeing Santa Clause

On cold winter nights
All tucked in their beds
Fast asleep
With pictures of candy canes
And toys dancing
In their head

The moment
Has come
For all the children
To love and enjoy
The season
Where wonderful things
Happen and
Their dreams come true.

Poetry Excerpt #2

Christ is Christmas

A king was born that night
None knew what great love
The King was to show
They heard the prophecy
That He was the Son of God
That He was sent here
To die on the cross

Jesus was born
For us to celebrate life
To be saved
If only we believe
In our hearts

As Jesus grew
He walked this earth
Teaching of great things to come
Curing the sick
Helping the needy
Showing true love and care
To God’s children

Here on Earth
Jesus was born
And on the dreadful day
Jesus took to the cross
For our sins

For His sacrifice
Has given us
A second chance
To have the best gift of all
Eternity with His Father
In the heavens above
For Christ is Christmas!

Joy to the World by Faith Hill

Little Drummer Boy by Pentatonix

Away in the Manger by Susan Boyle

Silent Night, Holy Night by Kelly Clarkson featuring Trisha Yearwood and Reba McEntire

White Christmas by Bing Crosby

Winter Wonderland by Michael Bublé & Rod Stewart

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing by Jewel

Twas the Night before Christmas – Read by Santa

Jingle Bell Rock by Brenda Lee

That's Christmas to Me by Pentatonix

Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost


Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

In this Short Life that only Last an hour by Emily Dickinson

Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe

O Captain! My Captain! By Walt Whitman

I Saw in Louisiana A Live­Oak Growing by Walt Whitman

Love by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Spring by William Shakespeare


About Jeniann Bowers

Jeniann was born in Whitefish, Montana in 1972. She was raised in Eureka, Montana most of her younger years. She was the youngest of four children and the only surviving girl. Jeniann attended Rexford Elementary school her kindergarten year and the following year she transferred to Eureka Elementary School where she graduated from the eighth grade in 1987. She the attended Lincoln County High School until her junior year when she moved from Eureka to Medford, Oregon with her mother and stepfather. Her mother passed away in January 1991, and Jeniann soon got married and started a family. She was married for 21years and had five children. She lost a daughter to SIDS in March 1994.
   Jeniann has recently become divorced and is raising her two boys with her daughter's help. Jeniann's youngest son suffers from Autism. Jeniann also suffers from her own disabilities of Fibromyalgia, physical chronic pain and anxiety.
   Jeniann is now a proud junior at Capella University. She has made both the President's and Dean's list for outstanding academic achievements and she currently holds a 4.0 GPA in her studies. She is hoping to graduate with a Bachelor in Science in Business with a specialized degree in Finance.
   Jeniann is also a five time self­published poetess. Her books have been in the top ten best selling list on Amazon in the past and her current ratings stand at 4.5. She has published the following books: Expressions on Life Book One, Expressions and Letters, Phraseology and Letters, Collection of 25 Days of Christmas Poetry, and her recently re­release of Poems, Dreams & More. She is currently working on her next book of poetry collections.
   Jeniann is also the owner at Poetry is...which is a blogging business of her own personal poetry and also a blog to help spread the word of poetry and teach the world that poetry is an excellent choice to write and read. Jeniann is a firm advocate for poetry publishing and writing poetry.
   Jeniann has always loved poetry and wrote poetry. She has been writing full time for eight years now. Jeniann uses poetry as an escape from daily life and poetry has also healed her troubled past of traumatic events. Jeniann has stared death in the face with the passing of her sisters, mother, daughter, father, grandmother, grandfathers, and several aunts and cousins. Jeniann's poetry reflects deep emotion of pain and anguish she still feels in her heart over the last decade of deaths. Jeniann's poetry, however, also displays a touch of love she is seeking and wants, besides, love and death, Jeniann's poetry also depicts nature in a relationship to God's gifts and the love she has for the outdoors.
    Jeniann's purpose is to share her poetry talent with the world in hopes to gain readers from across the globe to come and enjoy the true meanings behind poetry.

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