Monday, January 2, 2012

New Year Poems

Happy New Year poems are reading pleasure for young and old. Special New Year poems for kids or children are composed that spread the enthusiasm and inspiration among the younger generation. A rich collection of New Year poems composed in English by famous poets such as Robert Burns, Emily Dickenson, Christina Rossetti, Lord Tennyson, Helen Hunt Jackson, David Herbert Lawrence, and Robert Fisher are very popular and are widely read all across the globe. New Year poems in Hindi by poets such as Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena, by young and upcoming poets, Hindi literature, students, Vinod Tiwari, and by regular bloggers are abundant. Get the best read of New Year poems and quotes in the form of philosophical poems, serious poems, funny poems or inspirational poems. New Year wishes in the form of poems for New Year have been composed by renowned poets such as Lord Alfred Tennyson and Robert Burns. Christian New Year poems can be New Year resolution poems, New Year wishes poems, New Year toasts, or New Year rhymes for kids. The famous New Year poems by famous authors and poets find their way in greetings cards, e-cards, thanksgiving notes sent along with gifts and wallpapers and SMS messages. Each year a rich collection of New Year quotes, wishes, messages, greetings and Christmas poems are added to the already existing collection.

New Year Poems

Happy New Year to you!
May every great new day
Bring you sweet surprises--
A happiness buffet.

Happy New Year to you,
And when the new year’s done,
May the next year be even better,
Full of pleasure, joy and fun.

Happiness depends upon your outlook on life.
Attitude is just as important as ability.
Passion find yours this year!
Positive thoughts make everything easier.
You are unique, with special gifts, use them.

New beginnings with a new year.
Enthusiasm a true secret of success.
Wishes may they turn into goals.

Years go by to quickly, enjoy them.
Energy may you have lots of it.
Appreciation of life, don't take it for granted.
Relax take the time to relax in this coming year!
-Catherine Pulsifer

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