Shinning Nose

Shinning Nose

A Chapter by Dave Brown
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I saw Santa and Rudolph

Discussing their flight

How Rudolph should double check his nose

To make sure it was extra bright

 

They would need it to find

Stockings hung by chimneys

Without them all stumbling and bumbling

And bashing along on sore knees

 

North Pole Auto, recommended

That he use an extra xenon light

Assuring the resulting intense glow

Will light up the whole of black night

 

Santa has since become

A real happy fat fella

Being convinced that each stop

Will now be lit up damn swella

Although Rudolph feels

A bit less than presentable I suppose

What with having an extra huge light

Always strapped onto his nose

 



© 2020 Dave Brown


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Your poem goes to show how out of touch I am with modernity after 10 yrs in the wilderness. I had no idea Rudolph had progressed to snorting Auto-Xenon phosphorescence to enhance his nose luminosity (I'm pumping big words to make you b***h & whine). I thought Rudolph was still snorting old-fashioned, naturally-occurring fireflies, but all beacons are entitled to an upgrade. You might be taking too many opiates, my friend . . . or maybe my piddly pot usage just isn't equal to the task of reading your nonsensical nocturnal blathering (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

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