A Letter to Father Christmas

Posted on December 14, 2012

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The little boy, his legs kicking
Writes in a happy scrawl
To the man in the red suit
Who lives in the North Pole

He asks for many things
What ever the sleigh can carry
But most of all he wants
To see his parents happy

A little girl writes her note
Hoping the big man will reply
‘Oh dear Father Christmas…’
She writes with a happy sigh

She asks for Peppa Pig
And other things too
But most of all she wants
Sweets and dancing shoes

Not long left now
Eleven days to go
’till Santa comes again
And smiley faces they’ll have to show

To bed early they dream
Fingers crossed and wishing hard
For that special day
Of presents, food and cards

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