John Overman

(Sacramento, California, USA)

Being Santa - Poem by John Overman

There are a lot of us out and about that look forward to the beginning of the holiday season, and really hate to see this time of the year leave, because we have found a job that has become more a hobby, also a time of enjoyment when the inner child gets to come out for a while
For being a good santa is something that comes from deep inside your heart and soul this is also something that cannot be phoney. The jolly traveler must come from deep down inside of you, for kids from all ages can spot the difference between a person who is merely playing a part, or a person who believes he/she really is santa. Deep down in their heart and soul, so if when you go to take all of your children (The big ones and little too); if the santa takes a little more time with everyone, you can surely bet this person believes that he or she really is santa in their heart.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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