"Little Snowflake" is a poem about Christmas by Hannah More Kahaus (1745-1833). You can listen to an mp3 recording of it below and read along with the poem.
Little snow-flake, soft and white,
Drops down in the silent night ;
Soft she came with steady poise,
Making not a bit of noise ;
Gently falling on the earth,
To be present at the birth
Of the Christ-child, and adorn,
With her beauty, Christmas morn.
Read by Charlotte Duckett
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December 30th, 2015 at 4:30 pm
This is a sweet poem. I’m going to include it with a lightweight snowflake ornament and tuck it into my Christmas cards next year. Thanks!