Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Santa's Dilemma Poem.


Christmas eve and sledge packed with gifts,
Santa and his Elves set off in snowy drifts,
To deliver games and toys,
For all good little girls and boys.
In and out of windows and chimney pots,
Santa leaves gifts for Children and Tiny Tots,
Having a quick drink and a mince-pie,
Helps him on his way through the night sky.
Then half way through their trip,
Santa heard an almighty rip,
His trousers had ripped front to back,
Due to a broken toy sticking out from a sack.
Now a quick detour Santa had to take,
So another toy could the good Fairies could make,
Also a visit to the good Fairy Queen,
As a stitch in time saved his underwear from being seen.

By S.Mackinder 1993.


Betsy from Tennessee said...

Cute poem... Love this one, Mac... Don't know if any of the others can beat you this week.

Craver Vii said...

That's funny!

Staffan H said...

A very good poem! Certainly not like the traditional Christmas Poems.

Kitty said...

Lol! Have a great Christmas! And go easy on the mince pies! ;)

Cezar and Léia said...

You are sooo talented!
Thanks so much for this cute poem!
Léia :)

Pagan Sphinx said...

Only you, imac! :-D

Linda Higgins said...

AHHH that is very cute! What would be even better is if "Santa" was YOU! I loved you little poem to go with it too! Hope you and yours has a wonderful Christmas Day and days after also, BE SAFE most of all in your travels! hugs, and smiles across many miles! lindalu

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Very cute poem, talent showing through again.