A Christmas Carol
by Cool Dela Peña a.k.a. George C. Palaganas
A Christmas Carol on the trail
Ride on the sleigh and share your prize
Earwhilst for the child and scene till lights
Bid her kiss and hand her the throbe.
Run goes the donkey on the trail
Throbe on the sleigh and run goes she
Beanier freighter and next time you write
With wildberry shoes she sealed the road.
The asbestos roof is heavy with frost
With plank on both hands she let a shriek
Obliging child leaves a hoovering owl behind
Doors now bolted shut for the solstice chills.
A Christmas Carol of the past
Brings memories now soon to last
Next year who'll fit in
A Christmas Carol here.