Cracked 5 … November 22nd, 2016

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Things That Santa Claus Does the Day Before Thanksgiving

A.  Pick his cabinet from the available elves, trolls and fairies


B.  Insist his red suit shrunk at the cleaners


C.  “Sastify” hot Mama Claus


D.  Put on his spectacles that make it easy to read crayon


E.  Get the sleigh out of hock




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PoHymn: A Rustling in the Stagnant… August 26th, 2015

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PoHymn August 26

Pick a Crayon

Pick a crayon

What will it be?

To color the picture

Of life, you see

Is it black with doom and fear

Or white with promises sparkling clear

A red one warns of stormy seas

While green reminds us of blooming trees

Orange is blaring with shocking trends

Brown, repentant to make amends

Blue is new and always true

Yellow, the sun shining down on you

Gray is aging becoming wise

While purple possesses some royal ties

The picture is drawn,

Awaiting your touch

To grant it purpose

Is needed so much

For when you are through

Adding your chosen hue

The image you place

Defines your case

And enlightens those who view

Of the Spirit living inside you

Causing them to rejoice

Or recoil at your choice

So what color is life?

What will be made?

A disturbing tint?

Or an emblazoned shade?

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