Treasure Island

Karen Lee


Count Down To Christmas


On the twelfth day to Christmas I promised and encouraged all to be kind

One the eleventh day of Christmas
My conscience spake to me
Forgive, that I may be forgiven

On the tenth day to Christmas I Pledge my love to you

On the ninth day to Christmas I pray that all I've said will stand true

On the eighth day to Christmas I began to wonder what will I do

On the seventh day to Christmas I found the solution to be true

On the sixth day to Christmas I realized how much I really love you

On the the fifth day to Christmas I contemplate what to do...

On the forth day to Christmas I lost it with you

On the third day to Christmas I shop I shop the day through

On the day before Christmas I'm jolly as jolly as I can be

On Christmas day you will get to unwrap me and see who will I really be

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013

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