Wednesday, December 14, 2011


There is nothing as splendid,
and I highly recommend it,
to view the beauty of the Christmas tree,
from the eyes of our little sweet pea.
The lights how they twinkle…
Wait! Those shiny wrappings have nary a wrinkle,
and now put thoughts into her mischievous mind,
that hopefully will lead to a wondrous find.

Without a thought to the obvious generosity
happiness is watching our child’s curiosity,
as she sneaks a peek inside the box,
and finds two brand new Christmas frocks!

Wishing you all moments of curiosity,
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***I have written this piece for a group on Facebook that I joined, GBE 2: Blog On. This is week #30 and the topic is Curiosity. Interested in on the picture below to take you there.


  1. Wonderful poem Susan!! Well done!


  2. Wonderful the curiosity of a child!

  3. Cute poem. I really miss having little kids around at Christmas.

  4. Best way to view Christmas!

  5. I'm so looking forward to Christmas Eve, when the grands will be opening their gifts around our tree. They've all oohed and aahed a little about the tree, the ornaments, and the lights--and have grinned like crazy at the stacks of boxes beneath it--but the real fun will happen next weekend.

    Nice post, Susan!

  6. A very nice way to share some holiday joy! Thank you:-)

  7. what is a frock? had to read that one twice..LOL

    precious post

  8. Great poem. Christmas brings out a lot of curiosity.