Vanita Allgood


Merry Christmas - Poem by Vanita Allgood

Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas said the fat fellow gleeful before me, while he was feasting and eating all the treats spread before him. The Clause Effect caused him to flee up the chimney, but he was so plumb that he took a dump and landed on me. As he was rising I looked and saw only one gift underneath the Christmas tree, that's when he said to me the Gifter of Christmas gives to thee I'm only a deliver you see, then what a wonder my eyes were opened, and I did see who brought this stuff and I looked again then there were three. Then, he said when you hear the jingling of my sleigh bell you will again see the magic of the Christmas spell upon which you have befell.


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Just messing around with all the jolly cheer that was going on and wanted to do some to so I wrote this poem.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 19, 2012


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