Tuesday, July 3, 2007

The Santa Song

At the top of the world in the frigid North
Lives a fellow most dependable
Every year he distributes toys
To those whose behavior is commendable

His name is Santa and he works all year
To manufacture toys
His workshop's staffed by tiny elves
Diminutive workers he employs

On Christmas Eve Santa loads his toys
In the cargo hold of his sleigh
He exhorts his reindeer to get to work
And he and the reindeer fly away

Now, Santa Claus is a great big man
His belly is tumescent
His reindeer Rudolph has a crimson nose
Which also happens to be luminescent

If you're doubtful that this story's true
You might have a good reason
But regardless of what you believe
Have a joyous Yuletide season

by Tom Meltzer ©The Princeton Review

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