How to write a Christmas Carol
A Christmas carol can be a representation of one's most memorable
holiday memories, and this is true for those that have a Christmas
carol in their minds whenever the holiday season nears. But
writing one's own Christmas carol can be quite different as
compared to listening to a Christmas carol that has already
given meaning to your most fondest memories of the past Christmas
seasons you have gone through.
Writing a Christmas Carol may exactly be personified by the
struggles of the composer of a famous holiday melody entitled
Jingle Bells. The composer's identity has been pushed into
near obscurity, but the stories of his struggles are still
known to this day. He was a failure as a politician, an educator,
an inventor, a scientist, and even a husband, but he had composed
a Christmas carol that brings life to the wondrous images
of Santa Claus and his reindeer-driven sleigh in the minds
of children all around the world.
Writing a christmas carol
With this in mind, you have really nothing to think about
when writing a Christmas carol except the fun and joyous adventures
as stated by the most popular Christmas legends and stories.
But you need to fuse these concepts with the ones you treasure
deep within your fondest memories of the latter Christmases
that have nurtured your life. You need not be poetic or anything
deeply significant to the religious fervors that come hand
in hand with the dawn of the Christmas season since the modern-day
celebrations and festivities call for enjoyment and not solemn
repositories of sadness and gloom.
In writing your very own Christmas carol, you should keep
in mind to accept the other ideas and concepts brought about
by the most popular Christmas melodies. But you could create
renditions of the most popular Christmas carols that have
withstood the test of time so as to inject modern-day intricacies
within the age-old Christmas carols. You should also keep
in mind that intricacies do not literally mean the troubles
that burden most people during the holiday season since
these modern-day activities can be considered as complex
methods of celebrations and festivities as compared to the
traditional Christmas traditions and festivities.