Celebrating December: A Haiku

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Celebrating December – a Haiku (in multiple stanzas)
Snowflakes are falling
Jack Frost is nipping at toes
Warm, cozy fire awaits
Cinnamon scented
Candy cane peppermint – yum
Baking up a storm
Family surrounds us
Love and laughter fill the air
Share secret smiles
Bright lights are twinkling
Festivities are abound
Menorahs are lit
Happy Hanukkah
Observe Yule and Ramadan
Merry Christmas too
Children excited
Bringing joy under the tree
Gifts colorfully wrapped
Early morning wake
Strong coffee and monkey bread
Warmth inside and out
Saturnalia
Boxing Day, trips to the store
Happy New Year all
Celebrating December – A Haiku ©Robin Allen 2015
All rights reserved.  This poem, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including recording, photocopying, offset, or by any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the author, except by reviewers who may quote brief passages to be printed in a magazine or newspaper.
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