• “Good news from heaven the angels bring,
    Glad tidings to the earth they sing:
    To us this day a child is given,
    To crown us with the joy of heaven.” –Martin Luther


  • “At Christmas I no more desire a rose,
    Than wish a snow in May’s new-fangled shows;
    But like of each thing that in season grows.”-William Shakespeare


  • “Heap on the wood!
    The wind is chill;
    But let it whistle as it will,
    We’ll keep our Christmas merry still.”-Sir Walter Scott


  • “Christmas hath a darkness;
    Brighter than the blazing noon;
    Christmas hath a chillness
    Warmer than the heat of June,
    Christmas hath a beauty
    Lovelier than the world can show:
    For Christmas bringeth Jesus,
    Brought for us so low.” –Christina Rosetti


  • “When Christmas bells are swinging above the fields of snow,
    We hear sweet voices ringing from lands of long ago,
    And etched on vacant places
    Are half-forgotten faces
    Of friends we used to cherish,
    And loves we used to know.” –Ella Wheeler Wilcox



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  • “From home to home, and heart to heart, from one place to another
    The warmth and joy of Christmas, brings us closer to each other.” –Emily Matthews


  • “Love came down at Christmas;
    Love all lovely, love divine;
    Love was born at Christmas,
    Stars and angels gave the sign.”-Christina Rossetti


  • “Good news from heaven the angels bring,
    Glad tidings to the earth they sing:
    To us this day a child is given,
    To crown us with the joy of heaven.” –Martin Luther


  • “A Christmas gambol oft could cheer
    The poor man’s heart through half the year.” –Sir Walter Scott

Some notable poets who have written poems on Christmas are S T Coleridge, Walter Scott, Lord Tennyson, John Donne, Thomas Hardy, Robert Burns, William Wordsworth, and Walter De la Mare. And some of the great Christmas poems by some classic poets are:

Marmion (Sir Walter Scott)
The Three Kings (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
Mistletoe (William Wordsworth)
Christmas Cheer (Thomas Tusser)

Good husband and housewife, now chiefly be glad,
Things handsome to have, as they ought to be had.
They both do provide, against Christmas do come,
To welcome their neighbors, good cheer to have some.

Good bread and good drink, a good fire in the hall,
Brawn, pudding, and souse, and good mustard withal.
Beef, mutton, and pork, and good pies of the best,
Pig, veal, goose, and capon, and turkey well drest,
Cheese, apples and nuts, and good carols to hear,
As then in the country is counted good cheer.

What cost to good husband, is any of this?
Good household provision only it is:
Of other the like, I do leave out a many,
That costeth the husband never a penny.

Christ’s Nativity (Henry Vaughan)

Apart from the aforementioned works, the most famous Christmas poem is Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore. G K Chesterton had written many verses on Christmas like A Christmas carol.

Make your and other’s Christmas celebration a memorable one, by exchanging some of the best Christmas poems along with the Christmas gifts this year.