I wish you a Merry Wish mass,
and a Happy New Snow Year ,
with lots of whisky Christmas cheer
and a rampant partridge in your blinking tree.
I swish you a Merry Wishmas
a brightly lit partridge tree
and flitting myrtle doves too.
then, maybe, a new Ferrari for you.
I wish you a sherry X Mass
with partridge dovey turtle trees
and porky piggy I-tunes too
Oh shop until we swap
on the twelve day of Wish List.
jingling all the way. Forget the sleigh,
you get all jingle belly.
Oh blimey its confusing
with all the choruses singing:
God rest ye gentlemen,
On the first day of Wishmass.
Oh, twelve geese are a laying,
eleven ganders a chasing ,
ten loving crows a cawing,
nine rings on every body part,
eight colors dazzling our hearts,
seven wishes tossed in a well,
six bells a ringing, on and on until
five swans go a swimming,
four woodpeckers a pecking,
Three couples a swapping,
two pigs a squealing,
and one rampant partridge in a frosty, blinking tree.
So, I’ll wish you all a Merry Christmas
when my true love curls up with me,
and Santa Claus comes crashing
down the old sooty chim-in-ny.
Kent Bowker 12/16/2014
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Hi Kent, I didn’t read this poem, but I read others listed on the right sidebar, which makes me wonder if I misinterpreted what you sent in your email. But, I’ll go ahead and read the ones I didn’t read.
I enjoyed this one because It’s showing me a side of your personality I knew was there, and this poem shows it clearly. You do experience the comic side of life, but I’ve not seen it as clearly in your other poems. But by now, you may see that I have the same problem. I tried to be funny in my first chapter.
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