Father Christmas

Father Christmas

Hi everyone, I hope you’re all well! Can you believe that it’s Christmas Eve already? It feels like last Christmas was just weeks ago. Today I’m sharing another Christmassy poem with you. I hope you enjoy it and I hope you all get everything you’ve asked for off Father Christmas!

Father Christmas

In the north pole, there lives a man
As kind as one could be
He spends the whole year making things
To go under your tree

On Christmas eve he packs a sack
And stows it on his sleigh
Then reindeer fly him around the world
Delivering gifts for Christmas day

In every house, he has a snack
A cookie or mince pie
There’s often treats for reindeer too
They get hungry when they fly

When his work is done, he returns once more
To his home at the top of the world
To start work anew on next year’s toys
For all the boys and girls

As always, thank you for reading my words, and I hope you all have a very merry Christmas!

Until next time,

George

© 2019 GLT



Categories: Creative Writing, Poetry

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