New Year Eve Poems
New Year is a joyous occasion, which is celebrated around the world with great fervor and excitement.
New Year is celebrated all over the world at 1 January. It is a largest occasion of the year and in different countries people celebrate it using their own styles. People desire to each other with different and ideal ways. Some people wish to other with New Year poems and express their feelings and show that they will make new resolutions. If the year you need to get some best New Year poems collection and also you want to send your loved ones then here you’re going to get huge and best collection of New Year poems.
Below given is a few soulful poetry for New Year’s Eve, which will inspire you to reflect on the bygone and be positive about the coming Year.
Best New Year’s Eve Poems
Let us all gather round and cheer,
Having a drink of wine or an ice cold beer
Perhaps you’re like me and don’t drink the swill,
Or your like my grandparents who survive pills.
Maybe this world seems harsh at times,
Or its just that most of us much like to whine.
I’d say that this is a great place to be,
It all depends on how we can see.
True we’ve had bad things previously,
But we know in our hearts that these will not last.
If we try our best to become simple and pure,
There’s nothing our hopes and dreams cannot cure.
So, I don’t know the value this is worth,
But lets all play the role of happy and heal Mother Earth!
Happy New Year!
New Year Letter
Under the familiar weight
Of winter, conscience and also the State,
In loose formations of good cheer,
Love, language, loneliness and fear,
For the habits of next year,
Along the streets the people flow,
Singing or sighing because they go:
Exalte, piano, or in doubt,
All of our reflections turn about
A common meditative norm,
Retrenchment, Sacrifice, Reform.
A New Year’s Carol
AH! Dearest Jesus, Holy Child,
Make Thee a bed, soft, undefil’d,
Within my heart, that it may be
A basic chamber kept for Thee.
Me for very joy doth leap,
My lips forget about can silence keep,
I too must sing, with joyful tongue,
That sweetest ancient cradle song,
“Glory to God in highest Heaven,
Who unto man His Son hath given.”
While angels sing, with pious mirth,
A glad New Year to any or all the earth.
New Years Eve
Clash! Clash! peal the bells;
New Year life their welcome tells,
Wealth of sunny days to be.
Sing the joy-bells gleefully:
“Golden hours and days we give,
Hours and days in which to live
In the ways of truth and right.”
Therefore the bells ring forth with might,
Heralding a future bright:
Clash! Clash! peal the bells.