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A Letter To Santa Part One Please read first

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A Letter To Santa Part One Please read first

As I lie near the covers all cosy and tight
I smile when I think Santa’s coming tonight
Most of the Prezzies are under the tree
But Mum say’s Santa’s coming especially for me
I wrote him a letter which I put in the mail
Asking him to bring me a boat I could sail
Down by the lake with my best friend Ted
And maybe with Susie, Tim, Alice and Ned
I added some kisses and promised I’d be good
Not to make a fuss and to do as I should
In my boat we’d be Pirates and sail the Spanish Main
Or men in a trawler, fighting storm and hurricane
Or explorers in the Antarctica seeing what was up
Or maybe the crew on the America’s Cup
Or we’d join the Navy, pretend my boat a sub
We might even form a secret sailing club
W hen we got to shore we’d drink slurpiees by the tub
Discuss our adventures and eats lots of grub 
I put in a request for Susi’s new hair
She hates it when the kids at school always stare
Alice a doll and Ned a fancy guitar
My sister a boyfriend and  Dad a new car
Susie say’s cause he Jewish, Santa can’t give to Tim
I reckon she’s bonkers, Santa can’t forget about him
He needs new braces and a new teddy bear
As he gave his to Peter when he lost all his hair
I know Timmy’s Jewish, but so was God’s son
And they say the Lord Jesus he loves everyone
I asked Santa to help my Parents, not worry about me
For the Lord, my friends not to take to heaven with thee 
For Peace in the world, joy and content
To stop all the fighting and unemployment
To give Mummy roses and a great big hug
For the Doctors and nurses let me do a jitterbug
So as I lay near the covers all cosy and tight
I’m glad Santa’s really coming tonight       (continued)
  
 

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  1. Date: 1/4/2012 3:06:00 PM
    wow. you must be special if i read all this.

  1. Date: 12/14/2011 7:53:00 PM
    Looks like you have good descriptiveness and rhyming in this presentation. I wish to proceed on to part two.

  1. Date: 12/13/2011 2:49:00 AM
    I could see you singing this Lizzie dear, music flowing bright n clear, an it's orright....cobber ...

  1. Date: 12/13/2011 2:27:00 AM
    Dear Lizzie...I am fascinated by the rhyming and the theme....Now listen, when Santa gets to your home, make him take off his boots and kick up his feet bc you're gonna need extra time to get this "proposal" published. haha ha. I am in love with the first half of your poem...Poor lil Timmy..whew! Enjoyed the jitter bug...I can envision you dancin it too. Happy Hollydays. Gwendolen