My first Easter and Christmas poem

There was a young dog from Atlanta
Who lost his belief in Santa
He wandered all over the world
Often just to find squirrels
One day in the Spring, south of Funny
He finally chased the Easter Bunny
To his great surprise and delight
He caught him in the midst of his flight
Just as he thought of the chocolate so sweet
Who do you think he should meet?
You guessed it, that jolly old man,
Kicked him right in the can.
With his chuckle and jolly belly laugh
The old man pointed out his gaffe
If you eat that sweet bunny today
No gifts will you get for your play
The young dog thought of his sticks and Frisbee and ball
Santa said he’d lose it all
He didn’t want that – it would be such a drag
And then his tail wouldn’t wag
So he let the chocolate bunny go on his way
To pass out eggs another day
The dog wandered home to gnaw on his bone
He would fetch and play when he wasn’t alone
And the jolly old fella, what did he do?
In his regular way, reindeer and all, off to Kaui he flew.

Author: Gerry

I welcome you to Sonomabuzz. I am Gerry La Londe-Berg. This started as a blog and immediately morphed into a poetry site. I started as a person and eventually morphed into a poet (among other things).

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