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The Night Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas

This is a whimsical Christmas poem.
T'was the night before Christmas

And all through the house,

We were chasing the cat

As the cat chased a mouse.

Our new house has no fireplace

Or chimney at all,

So the kids were afraid

That Santa would not call.

I assured them he would

And sent them to bed,

Giving them each a pat on the head.

Later when all our work was through

My wife and I went to bed too.

We made love for two hours

In every way that we could.

She even did some things

I didn’t think she would!

We did oral, and doggie,

And sixty-nine too.

She did it so well

She made my cock spew!

* * * * *

At midnight I was awoken by the front door bell,

So I sprang from the bed to see who the hell?

As I approached the door

Through the window I could see,

Jolly Ole St. Nick smiling back at me!

I opened the door and in he came,

Saying, "Without a chimney I come just the same."

He went straight to work around the tree

Leaving gifts for the kids, my wife, and me.

When his work was done he slipped quietly out the door,

Hopped on his Harley and was off with a roar.

"A Harley? " I yelled, and "a V-Rod I think! "

"I'm riding the best," he had said with a wink.

It was red and green with bright chrome trim

And had saddle bags filled with toys to the brim.

* * * * *

I think Christmas and Santa have changed for the good.

It's better this way than in my childhood.

"The kids won't believe this!" I thought back in bed,

With visions of Santa still in my head.

No sleigh, no reindeer, no Rudolf to guide,

Just his red leather suit and his Harley to ride.

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