My Santa Claus

Merry Christmas Everyone..i am sharing a poem i wrote last Christmas, in memory of my Dad..

Dad, wherever you are Merry Christmas …I miss you..

michnavs

giant sock hanging at our window panethe night before Christmas you asked me “please my little princess Santa’s coming I need your socks hanging before Christmas eve”.

Christmas, day I’d run underneath the tree, wanna see how many gifts you had for me, but you said “please my little princess check your socks I think Santa dropped by last night”.

Christmas gifts from you were mostly made up of toys and clothes and I would be disappointed somehow for I want something else, then you’d say “please my little princess check what Santa had for you”.

my giant sock hanging on window pane was filled with books coloring materials, then you said and smiled “please my little princess go check carefully if these were exactly what you asked from santa”.

on my 12th Christmas I stopped hanging socks, you said “please my little princess bear with santa, he only drop…

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Celebrating life in rhythm and rhyme...
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8 Responses to My Santa Claus

  1. oglach says:

    A lovely way to remember your father. Thank you for sharing.

  2. anitabacha says:

    Too sweet little princess 👸
    Memories of our loved ones always linger at the festive season
    We miss them most

  3. NJ says:

    Oh! This…. this brought tears to my eyes. It is such a lovely way of showing how much you love and miss him ❤

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