My effort at a double acrostic forced me to forego the rhyme factor, but I’ve tried to put together a Christmas message, using the first and last letters, read downwards. If we keep these things in mind, maybe we’ll help to improve someone’s life just a little bit.
And before you ask, no, it didn’t snow here, except up in the hills. This varied thrush visited the feeder a couple of years ago, but he looked so pretty on the snow, I wanted to put him in this post.
Knowing Yule is cominG, It's time to trim the treE, Now that I am senior, and the claN, Depends on mE. Need to fill the lardeR, Extra goodie-food will be, sO, Special in the coming dayS, So smile and so will I. (Yikes! Where's the rhyme? Gone to the North Pole.) And when it comes to Christmas nighT, No stores will open staY, Done with shopping, all's class A, Good times at home remaiN. If Christmas music fills our minD, Vast troubles leave us alL, In giving freely, as we dO No need for price on luV. Good will's enough and that is freE. Ta-dah-dahdah-deedee.
Y’all have a wonderful Christmas time, y’hear?
And don’t pay too much attention to what those birds say. Their jabbering is for the birds.