Creative Funny Christmas Poems
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Creative Funny Christmas Poems for all Age Grades to Read

Creative Funny Christmas Poems: Humorous Christmas poems that will make you happy. Enjoy this series of sweet rhyming Christmas poems about Santa Claus, the last-minute rush to buy gifts and spend time with relatives, for children and adults.

I love to read funny poems for Christmas, they always give me a nice giggle! Which, to be frank, we all need Christmas because things can sometimes be a bit on the stressful side.

1. Christmas Figure

Most people love to eat,
That’s everyone’s weakness
Especially on holidays,
There’s a lot of sweets,

But after holiday,
We face this figure problem
Had bulky sides and huge belly
So the main goal now is to be SEXY!

by Unknow Author

2. Come, Santa

Once upon a time,
I made a wish while holding a dime,
“I wish Santa come here on Christmas
Put something special on my socks”.

So every night,
I watch out for Santa,
Waiting for a huge guy
with huge belly to show up.

Then one night, my wish came true.
I saw someone huge near on my socks,
Putting something there,
I was shocked it was my DAD!

by Unknow Author

3. Gifts on Christmas

Christmas is here!
Let’s celebrate with cheer,
I will coz I’m happy,
I’ll get the gifts that make me merry.

Oh my friends, be my Santa,
Just like my Mama and Papa.
Gifts and cash are so much welcome,
That would surely bring me so much fun

by Unknow Author

4. Snowball

I made myself a snowball,
As perfect as could be,
I thought I’d keep it as a pet,
And let it sleep with me.
I made it some pajamas,
And a pillow for its head,
Then last night it ran away,
But first – it wet the bed!

by Shel Silverstein

5. A Chubby Snowman

A chubby little snowman
had a carrot nose.
Along came a bunny,
and what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny,
looking for some lunch,
Grabbed that snowman’s nose,
Nibble, nibble, crunch!

by Anon

6. The Funniest Face

The funniest face
looked out at me
From a silver ball
On the Christmas Tree!
At first I thought
It was Santa’s elf,
But I looked again and
It was just myself!

by Anon

7. Once There was a Snowman

Once there was a snowman,
Who stood outside the door,
He wished that he could come inside,
And run about the floor.

He wished that he could warm himself,
Beside the fire, so red,
He wished that he could climb
Upon the big white bed.

So he called to the North Wind,
“Come and help me, pray,
For I’m completely frozen,
Standing here all day.”

So the North Wind came along,
And blew him in the door,
And now there nothing left,
But a puddle on the floor!

by Anon

8. O Christmas Tree

O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree,
You truly are a beauty.
I used to love to put you up,
Now it’s a dreaded duty.

Lugging you out from storage
Gets more strenuous each year,
And assembling all your branchy parts
Does not fill me with cheer.

Then each and every little stem
I tediously unflatten.
Your artificial symmetry,
It doesn’t…just…happen.

Next challenge is your tree lights,
Which I always have to wrangle.
No matter how I’ve coiled them,
They unwind in a tangle.

by Cynthia C. Naspinski

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9. Two Letters to Santa

I wrote a letter to Santa
To make sure he would know
It’s only two weeks until Christmas
And we still don’t have any snow.

Just didn’t want his reindeer
To have to work too hard.
I was afraid they might get stuck
In the mud outside in our yard.

I mailed my letter on Monday,
Only two days ago.
As I dropped it in the mailbox,
It slowly started to snow.

It’s been snowing ever since,
More as each day goes by.
I’m getting kind of worried now
That Santa will think I lied.

by Annabel Sheila

10. The Eve Before Christmas

‘Twas the eve before Christmas.
I left it too late.
The shelves are all bare.
Oh, why did I wait?

I swore I’d shop early,
I clearly remember,
And be done with it all
By the first of December.

But now here I am
With picked-over stock.
The boxes are crumpled
On the Marvel knockoffs.

Sweaters too big,
Slippers too small.
The pushing the grabbing,
Get me out of this mall.

by Linda J. Doucett

11. A 21st Century Visit from Santa

T’was the night before Christmas, and all through the house
Not a creature was sleeping — not pet, child or spouse.
The people were tossing and turning in beds
With visions of bills dancing ’round in their heads.
Their wood chairs were stacked in the fireplace by three’s
If it burns through the night then the family won’t freeze.

Then out on the street they heard glass start to shatter
They jumped up in fright with their teeth all a-chatter
They peeked out their windows and under the stars,
saw a red-suited fat man repossessing their cars.
He tied each to his sled and affixed them with chains
Then plopped in his seat and snapped with his reins:

“On Beemer, on Caddie, on Lexus, and Ford,
On Volvo, on Prius, on Honda Accord.”

by Brooke Jones

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Creative Funny Christmas Poems – I love to read funny poems about Christmas, always gives a nice giggle! Christmas is no doubt for fun and laughter, and more fun with family around.

Fun is not fun if others don’t share in your laughter. Share these poems to your friends and drop a comment to tell us which of its verses gave you the best laugh.

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