Christmas below the Tropic of Cancer
By Judy Dykstra-Brown
Though other friends and family are too far away,
we can celebrate with new-found friends on Christmas day.
We will light our candles and cook the spiral ham,
eat the sugar cookies filled with nuts and jam.
We’ll enjoy the babble around the Christmas table
and squeeze another helping of pie in if we’re able.
The sounds and tastes of Christmas are fraught with memories—
with bubble lights upon the tree and packages to squeeze,
but the nice thing about memories is that we keep on making them,
for supplementing memories does not mean we’re forsaking them!
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