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
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