When I Think About Christmas

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When it comes Christmas

I don't worry about expenses

I focus on love, care and giving

So many wonderful bright lights

I stand proud to tall as my green tree

Decorate it with presents so full of glee

The carols bring back a lot of memories

I want my life filled with treats as red, hanging stockings

My resolutions turn into Jingle Bells rocking

Dashing through the snow of strife, a healthy sleigh rider

Reflect on those good times as I drink warm, apple cider

My mother getting married at this time, tying the knot

Season Greetings, seasoned food cooking in pans and pots

Let's feed those whom usually say, they don't even got

anything to eat on the 25th of all Twelve Days

Pour egg nog with big blankets, they sleep in peace on Silent Night

Their lives are just as vital as Rudolph's nose, shining so bright

So, who are you to act like a Grinch and judge them like broken toys

They're welcomed like the King from Little Drummer Boy

Angels over me, white as Frosty, the Snowman

I'm emotional shopping for Joy to the World in every town

I'm a Merry gift to go down chimneys of family traditions with victory

Love to be Santa Claus to live my Ho existence with much applause

See a Happy New Year flow like a movie, no rewind, no pause

©2010, Alphonso Taylor. All rights reserved. No republication of this material, in any form or medium, is permitted without express permission of the author.

 

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