Christmas Poems for Soldiers

December 16th, 2011 | Posted by MilitaryGifts in Military Appreciation Poems - (Comments Off)

Express your gratitude, love and blessing for our deployed soldiers with our Christmas poems is personalized and romantic.

Compare the practice military Christmas care package, inspirational and love military verses will be sentimental spiritual gifts. Heartfelt and sincere soldier poems are improving morale and showing much needed support while also giving deployed soldiers overseas a few small comforts and reminders from family, wife, kids and senior parents.

Below are a few Christmas military poems from military spouse, kids and parents for you to browse through that you can include in your Christmas note or care package.

Love Christmas Poems for Deployed Husband

Outside the snow fell, a blanket of white,

Transforming the yard to a winter delight.

The sparkling lights in the tree, I believe,

Completed the magic that was Christmas Eve.

But you can’t share this with us, my deployed hero.

The embers glowed softly, and in their dim light,

I gazed round the room and I cherished the sight.

Our daughter was asleep, her head in my arms.

But without you, my deployed hero.

One little star on the top of our Christmas tree,

Two little presents underneath for you,

Three silver ropes twisted around Our Christmas tree,

Four Colored lights shining prettily

Five shinning balls flowing silvery

Oh, what a sight for use to see!

But you just image it, my deployed hero.

Military Christmas Poems for Deployed Father from Kids

Day by day I float my paper boats one by one down the running stream.

In big black letters I write father’s name on them and the blessing of special Christmas without father.

I load my little boats with Poinsettia from our garden,

And hope that these blooms of the dawn will be carried safety to land of you-father in the night

Inspirational Military Poems for Christmas from Parents of Deployed Soldiers

Son, must you go?

The night is still and the darkness swoons upon the forest.

The lamps are bright in our balcony, the flowers all fresh, and the youthful eyes still awake.

An unbelieving smile flits on your eyes when I come to you to take my leave.

It highlights the little star on the top of the Christmas,

For the spring days come again time after time;

The full moon takes leave and comes on another visit,

The Poinsettia come again and blushes upon their branches year after year,

And it is likely that I take my leave only to come to you again.

My dear son!