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CHRISTMAS SEAS

Kinsale Harbour’s prettiest sights Are when the boats are rigged with lights – Tinsel fore and streamers aft – Sailors decorate their craft, Reflected in the inky seas Like buoyant, bobbing Christmas trees.

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Da-daa! Winner of the Bradshaw Books Christmas Poem Competition:

SANTA & THE SNOWMAN Beneath a haze of milky ways And through the midnight blue, Where solstice sunrise pewter rays Pierce the wintry hue,   There stands a lonely figure white, Tears run down his cheeks, Trying hard, with all … Continue reading

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ANOTHER CHEESY CHRISTMAS SONG . . . .

  The fir-tree gleams with coloured lights Putting on its Christmas show, Sparkling eyes on snowy nights Underneath the mistletoe.   The fire’s dancing in the grate And we can too, just make it slow, Will you be my Advent … Continue reading

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