The Letter(S) To St. Nick - Poem by Joe Rosochacki
Since 1912, the Untied States Postal Service (USPS) handled letters sent to Santa Claus.
But now they are taking the letters,
To the paper shredders,
The government fears that they will get into hands perverts,
(This made me sick)
And what's worse,
They don't have the workers to process these letters top St. Nick.
Little kids will have their requests for gifts go shredded in a basket of shredded waste.
Did the USPS act with too much haste?
Too early to tell I guess.
It is the end
For the Operation Santa Program.
But what I have not heard,
I wonder if NORAD or JPL will track Santa's sleigh as he travels throughout the world.
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