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Simon Cliffe reads some of the greatest Christmas poems for the 12 days of Christmas.

  • Day 1 - Merry Christmas by Louise May Alcott.
  • Day 2 - Christ's Nativity by Henry Vaughan.
  • Day 3 - Ceremonies for Christmas by Robert Herrick.
  • Day 4 - New Prince, New Pomp by Robert Southwell.
  • Day 5 - Christmas Cheer by Thomas Tusser.
  • Day 6 - Ring Out, Wild Bells by Lor Alfred Tennyson.
  • Day 7 - The Oxen by Thomas Hardy.
  • Day 8 - Nativity by John Donne.
  • Day 9 - A Christmas Carol by G.K. Chesterton.
  • Day 10 - Christmas Bells by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
  • Day 11 - Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore.
  • Day 12 - Minstrels by William Wordsworth.

Merry Christmas, and enjoy!

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  • Emily
  • Portland, OR, United States
  • 02-16-16

Well-narrated Christmas poetry

I enjoyed listening to this Christmas poetry collection. Some old favorites and some that were new to me. I very much appreciated the reader as well. My only complaint was that it was too short!

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Good stories, not keen on the narrator

A nice selection of Christmas poems. The narrator reads with conviction but I find his accent gets in the way of my enjoyment. Simon Cliffe's accent sounds what I think of as Cockney, and "to" sounds like "tu" (short "u"), "wild" sounds like "wiwde", and "pawing" like "poring". I prefer a narrator who has a more neutral accept or who can incline his accent to suit the selection...