Dog goD 8Hate

Rookie - 115 Points (Grass Valley, Ca.)

A Merry Exit


The Xmas clan,
a shrinking contingent
of Santa's friends,
contended for singular status,
and at giving...
that was last year.
Now, due to apprising
remarks, they're more cautious...
and with such/that
intrusive cause

It was successfully related
how... a merry xmas envolved
a present to oneself
and through a desist
fervor

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Submitted: Thursday, December 24, 2009
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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  • Rookie - 115 Points Gary Witt (2/14/2010 2:47:00 PM)

    Mr.8Hate: An iconoclastic piece. Commercial vacuity, people trying to out-do each other, and, perhaps, disbelief in (or at least a devaluation of) the underlying story of Christmas. I find this very provocative. Thank you for sharing it.

    -G (Report) Reply

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