~~ by tkbrown ~~
The tree is up, tinsel is strung;
ornaments are still to be hung.
Music of ‘carols’ fills the air,
eggnog is poured for all to share.
Mistletoe pinned above the door
waits to prompt a kiss for the fair
maiden awaiting her genteel knight
to gently whisk her out of sight.
Nutcracker stands guard in the night,
sentinel o’er all we hold tight —
gifts, goodies, special people too —
keeping them all just out of view.
Techie gizmos, trinkets — a few,
games and gadgets bidding adieu
to yester-year, all once held dear —
sentiment lost midst sparkling cheer.
Glitter and glitz are everywhere
exuding, extolling to share
excitement and spirit amidst
festive colors ample assist.
Nowhere is seen the sentiment
thought to be a strong permanent
expression of this Holy season,
and no one cares to give reason.
Commercial wiles have overtaken
the public reason for this season;
thus, with sadness some shall lament
celebration of each red cent.
Have We Forgotten the Reason?
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