Deborah Cromer

Rookie - 74 Points (San Diego, California)

Who's Naughty, Who's Nice? - Poem by Deborah Cromer

Who is she and what's her game
Rude and nasty, her claim to fame
Attacking at times with no apparent reason
Give it a break, it is the magical season

This time of year, the weather gets cold
Warmth from within and giving start to unfold
Unfolding into cheer, we wish others the best
Good times and happiness stand true, forget the rest

Holiday spirits, decorations and many colored lights
All to remind us and lift us to glorious heights
Nasty comments and messages have no place
It's the nice words that add smiles to the face

Maybe it's necessary to be cruel on site
Adding insult to injury to keep alive the fight
Oh just put it away and give it a break
Don't you have chocolate cookies to go bake

Try being nice, spread some cheer
Become more happy, welcome in the new year
I don't think you're happy, you're not very nice
You come across mean and hateful with blood like ice

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 8, 2009



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