Santa Claus

T’was the night before Christmas, and all was quiet...
Nothing was stirring, not even a riot.
Then down the chimney he fell,
And not a single word did he yell.
On the rooftop his reindeer lay,
and there all of them did stay.
Santa sneaked in and stuffed presents under a tree.
One for mum, dad, sister and me.
He grabbed some cookies and left with a smile.
He knew his job was done…
But just for a while.
He walked to his reindeer and gave a cookie to each.
Rudolf, Patrick, Starlight and Peach.
He roared ‘Ho, ho, ho! ’
Then rode off in the snow.
Then he lifted off into the air.
All the houses looked quite neat and fair.
So just remember girls and boys,
To always keep all your toys.
Cuz Santa might pop in
And be in such a spin
That the only presents he will leave,
Will be the coal he keeps under his sleeve.
Thursday, July 29, 2010
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