A Christmas Catch Poem with Lyrics
To shorten winter's sadness,
See where the nymphs with gladness
Disguised all are coming,
Right wantonly a-mumming.
Whilst youthful sports are lasting,
To feasting turn our fasting;
With revels and with wassails
Make grief and care our vassals.
For youth it well beseemeth
That pleasure he esteemeth;
And sullen age is hated
That mirth would have abated.
"A Christmas Catch" is a poem written by Thomas Weelkes. It is one of the good poem to recite in the school. This poem would make us understand how people are excited to celebrate Christmas.