Just Another Flaming Christmas - Darren Hobson - darmowy ebook
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There is a time in the year where the real reason of the festivities  has been forgotten and a senseless celebration and a never-ending chain of commercial events takes place. Here in this collection of seasonal poems the poet takes you on a trip through the bad and good that is Christmas , a ride that takes in the beauty and the cruelty that has blighted all the magic that once was paramount to this time of year.This is the poets second trip through Christmas his humour and English wit is still strong as ever as we read through the verses that will either bring tears of joy or tears of sadness, we should all take note of how far Christmas has travelled from what it once was.

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Darren Hobson

Just Another Flaming Christmas

Dedicated to all the redundant fairies and elves at Christmas. BookRix GmbH & Co. KG80331 Munich

Misteloe.

It was a time when snow was pure

And all the kids loved Christmas time

In class we were innocent and cute

We made decorations from paper

We had water based glue and bottles of glitter

We had silly little scissors that never cut

We had good quality paper to make a calendar

And we had a post box to send our Christmas cards

 

We had started our plans from bonfire night

Who would we like to kiss under the mistletoe?

While everyone was pining for the new girl

Some us were being more devious in our plans

 

We were being pushed into performing the Christmas play

We had to wear green tights, me no way!

Who was going to be one of the three kings?

Hey leave me alone because I want to be nothing.

The teacher’s pet always ended up playing Mary

The whole stage was hers to show off

Joseph was not so keen on this blonde haired Mary

He always forgot his words and had a bad cough

 

We has started our plans from Halloween night

Who would we like to kiss under the Mistletoe?

While everyone was pining for the blonde girl

Some us were being more cunning in our plans.

 

We got our mums to buy some cheap cards

From Woolworths or maybe John Menzies

We sent an anonymous card to every girl in class

And the one with the cutest eyes got Christmas pressies

Nobody wanted a card from an idiot like you

You were the butt of all the jokes in class

It was going to be so hard work this year

To try and get just one girl under the mistletoe

 

We had started our plans from back in half term,

Who would we like to kiss under the mistletoe