Santa's Story - Christmas Poetry
Santa Claus felt old and fat,
Looking down the chimney stack.
I'm never going to get down that,
And rued the year that he'd spent sat
In front of a computer screen.
The only way to solve those lists
Sent to him
As children wish
For iPhones, iPads, MP3's,
Children these days
To receive a wooden toy
Hand made by elves
For each girl and boy.
The elves had had a training day,
To learn computers
The modern way,
Facebook, Twitter, Google plus,
An online presence was a must!
And Santa's home had now become
Santa (dot) Corps
Thanks to this he paid no tax,
And spent the summer
So was the magic of Christmas lost?
As Santa stood
His breath embossed
With sparkles given by Jack Frost,
His reindeer waiting,
Not for Santa
On this night,
Because soon his reindeer
Would take flight
But first to solve this chimney stack,
His magic fairy dust would deal with that!
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