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What are good Christmas poems to give to your parents?

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Christmas offers adult children an opportunity to honor their parents, and one way to do this is to share a poem with an important message. "Home is with Parents" is a poem that speaks of the importance of the cozy and educational home parents create for their kids.

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What are good Christmas poems to give to your parents?
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"Christmas Poem" is written to parents and tells of the intuition the narrator's parents used in caring for him as a child. The narrator prompts his parents to use the same intuition to understand the depth of his love. "Merry Christmas" is a brief, straightforward poem that offers a combination of "Thank you" and "Merry Christmas" to parents.

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