Good morning, everyone! Today we bring you an updated and revised version of Joseph P. Martino’s Christmas poem – It’s Christmas in New York City. Some of you may recall that we posted this poem last year during December. Well, Mr. Martino has submitted a revised version and we’re glad to bring it to you today. Read on and enjoy!
It’s Christmas in New York City, come and experience
the sights, lights and sounds so pretty
That comprises the rhythm,beat and excitement of our
great big wonderful city.
It’s Christmas in New York City, now adorned in her Most glorious dress,
as church elders prepare the nativity scene and the Baby Jesus crèche.
Christmas trees displayed all over town adorned and decorated in
Gaily colored lights,bells,reefs and tinsel that glows and twinkle in anticipation of Kris Kringle
Sparkling brightly Day and night…boy oh boy what a magnificent sight.
Christmas tree stands gleaming bright and tall in department stores, promenades,plazas,malls, lawns, and homes.
In department stores all over town Santa is busy making his list for all the girls and boys presents and Christmas toys.
Saint Nick extends his warmest Christmas wishes to all who visit or call,
“Merry, Merry Christmas to one and all”… Here’s hoping, that on Christmas Day snow will fall.
Merry, Merry Christmas!
For, it’s Christmas in New York City.