Bill Robbins

Christmas

Did poetry all my life, writer also.






Christmas is a season for the reaso for girls and boys,
Everyone recieves their own little toys.
Santa Claus and his magical sleigh,
Driven by eight tiny reindeer,
Rudolph up in front leading the way,
It’ll be on time for Christmas Day.
May your wishes be shiny and bright,
Leading up to Christmas Eve night.
Don’t forget to leave cookies for the jolly old soul,
Christmas can rock and it can roll.
The elves hard at work doing their job,
Makin sure there isn’t a snob.
The way we act all the time,
Don’t worry it’s not a crime.
Christmas is strong now and forever,
Go ahead and pull the lever.

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