Merry Christmas Kiddie Winkles - Poem by lindsey ashton
Merry Christmas kiddie winkles, Santa is on his way,
He’s putting on his big red suit and getting on his sleigh,
No time to have your supper kids, Rudolph’s nose is red,
So quickly kiss your mum goodnight and get yourself to bed.
Leave a pie for Santa and a carrot for his deer,
Hurry up and go to sleep, Santa is almost here.
He’s packed up all his prezzies, and is flying through the sky,
He’s licking his lips waiting for that festive Christmas pie.
Rudolph’s nose is glowing and is lighting up the streets,
So Santa can deliver all his Christmas treats.
Close your eyes quickly kids, Santa’s just outside,
Get yourself to sleep real quick and don’t you try to hide.
He’ll know if you’re not sleeping, he’ll stand out in the snow,
And wait outside until he hears you kiddie winkles snore.
That’s it kids its morning now, lets see if he has been,
There’s lots of Christmas presents, more than I have ever seen.
Lots of toys and chocolate treats, you must have been really good,
All these presents he’s left for you, just as you knew he would.
Well Santa has been busy, but not too busy to eat,
As you see that he has eaten the lovely Christmas treat.
Now all you kids, both girls and boys,
Open up your Christmas toys
Play with them with Christmas cheer
And wait for Santa to come back next year.
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