Randy McClave

Gold Star - 23,479 Points (Ashland, Kentucky)

A Lump Of Coal - Poem by Randy McClave

I blew her a kiss, she gave me a wave
And it is almost Christmas Day,
I brought her candy and I gave her a gift
At me she became very quiet, and miffed.
We then both stood underneath the Mistletoe
She was colder than the falling snow,
But, I still puckered up to give her a kiss
She ran away, her lips I did miss.
I ignore no one, but she always ignores me
I guess there is more fish in the sea,
So, badly I wanted to have thatChristmas cheer
She though instead gave me a Christmas tear.
I have taken her name off of my Christmas list
She has finally gotten me truly pissed,
When Santa brings her present from the North Pole
I hope that the present is a large lump of coal.

Randy L. McClave

Topic(s) of this poem: christmas


Comments about A Lump Of Coal by Randy McClave

  • Anil Kumar Panda (12/17/2018 8:57:00 PM)

    A beauty indeed. Loved the way you expressed your love. Thanks for sharing.
    'I have taken her name off of my Christmas list
    She has finally gotten me truly,
    When Santa brings her present from the North Pole
    I hope that the present is a large lump of coal.'...has got a funny touch.10+++++
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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2018



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