Merry Christmas

A Christmas Rhyme for Christmas Time

 

 

Christmas is that time of year

For friends and family and lots of cheer

But why this day and not another

I fear we are in a spot of bother

 

What do turkey, apples and ham?

Have to do with Bethlehem

Did Jesus set aside his troubles?

For perfume cars and soapy bubbles

 

Blowing cash and lots of credit

“Never again!” we always said it

Bills come flowing two weeks later

Then we become the credit card hater

 

On this day we eat and chatter

Over stuffed, but it doesn’t matter

Singing carols with Christmas flavor

Whilst trying out a brand new shaver

 

In a flash it’s said and done

Another year, almost gone

Promising to be so much better

Santa returns with the same old letter

 

So, Jesus were you born this day

Or was it really the middle of May?

No one knows for sure or certain

After all this drink I feel like a cretin

 

 

Copyright Alan Zoltie

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