Leslie Alexis

Rookie - 127 Points (111111111 / Grenada)

Santa's Secrets Uncovered

At this very moment in the land of Ice
Santa is counting all who’re naughty or nice,
He’s fattening the reindeer and filling the sleigh
For the worldwide journey on Christmas day

Exactly how he does it no one really knows,
But many think the secret lies in Rudolph’s nose
Which illuminates the night and pixies the way
Making light as air both Santa and sleigh

Most recently solved are his swift speeds
Which were found to be powered by the good deeds
Of all the girls and boys who are so very nice,
So for this Christmas make good your sacrifice

That on Christ’s birthday Santa might bring
Gifts to the good youths from Australia to Beijing,
And if you have not been good, then start very soon;
You just might see Santa, as he flies by the moon!

Copyright © 2009 Leslie Alexis

Submitted: Friday, April 30, 2010
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