Christmas - Senryus

Poem By Ernestine Northover

Christmas is coming
We will buy presents galore
The bailiffs might call.

Silent, Holy Night
Sing this Carol, for it rhymes
Carol said no thanks!

A Christmas Turkey
It's Gobble, gobble, gobble
A very tasty meal.

© Ernestine Northover

Comments about Christmas - Senryus

upto I saw the draft saying $4053, I be certain mother in law could actually earning money in there spare time at there labtop.. there friend brother haz done this less than 15 months and just cleared the morgage on there apartment and purchased a top of the range Nissan GT-R: . this is where I
A very nice poem but I want the poem which has rhythm
(Christmas - Senryus by Ernestine Northover.) ***Thoughts about the Season.
And what a delicious fare is set upon our table.Wonderfully written.Love Duncan

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