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Letter To Santa Claus: A letter to Santa, asking for things not normaly thought of as gifts for Christmas time
Posted by Estrella LeMar, Dec 11, 2007. 1275 views. ID = 401

Letter To Santa Claus

Posted by Estrella LeMar, Dec 11, 2007. 1275 views. ID = 401
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This post has been awarded 29 stars by 7 readers.

Dear Santa,

By this time tommorow,
you will have a million letters,
Piled up on your desk,
So I will not ask much for me,
Just a simple moment of time.

Santa, I know you make toys,
That is plain and clear,
But what better toy then a friend who is near?
My uncle... he is ill,
Cancer they call it,
In two months his chair by the fire will be empty,
Unless you give him health.
Please, Santa,
Let his smile warm a room once again.

Oh Santa, I know were you live...
You live in the north,
Surrounded by family and friends.
Some people are not as lucky as you,
My best friend, her father celebrates Christmas in Iraq this year,
And her brother is there too.
Oh Santa, so many will be gone from Christmas this season,
So for them I ask protection, and a special greeting.
For those at home, a letter or note,
A gift, or something, from there family.

Santa, I am sorry for taking your time,
You have toys to paint,
and thats just fine.
But I have a friend, who cannot see a thing.
She is blind, the poor thing.
Unlike others, she will never learn brail,
For she can feal nothing through her hands at all.
Santa, for her, your toys are just more objects
Give her the gift of sight, and of touch.


Santa, I know you must get to work,
You have thousands of requests this year,
From America to Denmark.
The doll for Betty Sue needs stuffing,
The train for Bobby Joe needs painting,
And you need to cheak your list again.
So you are plenty busy, I suppose,
But Could you just give me those three things?

I know I've been perfectly good,
it's hard to do anything wrong from a hospital bed.

So now, I will bid you adu,
As I am sure that you have plenty to do.
Goodbye, and Merry Christmas!!


P.S. Do not worry to much if you cannot get those gifts ready for this year,
I sent a letter to Jesus too.


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Comments


Douglas
Dec 11, 2007
Wonderful! I was hoping there would be at least a couple people who would take a serious approach to the writing prompt! :)

added to featured gallery...
   ~Posted by Douglas, Dec 11, 2007

Josiah T.
Dec 11, 2007
Excellent! Serious, but excellent. :-)
   ~Posted by Josiah T., Dec 11, 2007

Estrella LeMar
Dec 11, 2007
Thank you.
   ~Posted by Estrella LeMar, Dec 11, 2007

Janee
Dec 11, 2007
very nice. that's actually the approach I was going to take with this writing prompt - except I wasn't going to do it as a poem.

now I've got to think of something else to do! :)
   ~Posted by Janee, Dec 11, 2007

Katie
Dec 11, 2007
Great ending! :-)
   ~Posted by Katie, Dec 11, 2007



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